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[Following is an official review of "Tara's Journal" by Catherine Anne.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Tara's Journal by Catherine Anne opened my eyes to the supernatural events around me. Following the journal of a deceased undercover reporter, the narrative described a cult whose primary focus was on promoting devil worship. The cult and its leader decided to go after the church and some of its members. Little did they know that God had sent his protectors to watch over the church. The cult had direct backing from the demons of hell and Lucifer himself. They came after these chosen humans with everything they had. Readers would appreciate the lovely depiction of the conflict between good and evil. Who would win the war this time?

Tara's Journal is captivating, enlightening and a must-read. It leaves you wondering and questioning some of the activities around you. It provides an intriguing framework within which the afterlife tale of heaven and hell can be seen. It leaves its readers questioning their way of life and their fate after death. Readers will learn how Lucifer and his demons run hell. Readers will also see the stand of other fallen angels with him during his great rebellion in heaven.

Catherine Anne is an excellent narrator. She uses appropriate language to describe events, thereby getting the interest and attention of her readers. An example is when she describes a demon in hell called Confusion. Here's her description: "Confusion enjoyed watching the fruits of his labor because, in some way, he had helped to damn every single soul here." The author gives details and life to several Bible stories we've already read. She has a way of giving her readers an imaginative picture of what she describes. Readers will be immersed in the narrative.

The book was professionally edited, and the grammar was easy to read and understand. Apart from some names like Syree and Bene't, which might sound unusual, the author used regular names. The author also avoided using complicated words that might put the reader off.

Tara's Journal is a book that will be enjoyed by anyone enamored by supernatural warfare. However, it will mostly flow better with Catholic Christians because it contains some common words or phrases used by the church and its members. Those words include Saint Bernard, novena, purgatory, and many more. It also contains some familiar stories in the Bible, like the crucifixion of Christ at Golgotha. Christians, generally, will find the book appealing.

I found every character in the book fascinating. I also liked that the author initially described the characters separately and individually, even though they were uniquely connected. I disliked nothing about Tara's Journal. Therefore, I'd rate it a 5 out of 5.

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I enjoy reading about supernatural warfare so I would consider reading "Tara's Journal" by Catherine. Thanks for the wonderful review.
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Post by Oluchi23 »

This is a must read book for every believers. As it will elate our spirits in faith that God is ever ready to fight our battle. This is the most enjoyable review today for me. Thank you so much.
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Post by ElinaT »

One thing I love about God is His love for His people. He protects and supports. His people never go to battle alone and they never lose the war! Great review!
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Evil forces are hard at work, believers must also be hard at work and pray. Believers must put on the full armor of God and stand against evil.
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