Official Review: The Everett Exorcism by Lincoln Cole

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Re: Official Review: The Everett Exorcism by Lincoln Cole

Post by bazolo » 17 Jan 2018, 00:11

Nice review of great complication book.I love it

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Post by johnmgalla7 » 17 Jan 2018, 00:16

my review of "The Everett Exorcism" by Lincoln Cole.]

Exorcism itself is a curious trigger. Immediately when i saw the word in the tnittle, i couldnt help but read through. I knew i had read about an exorcism.

Lincoln Cole, is an author with a good taste. He knows exactly what his readers espect in the topic. And he exploits well the puzzle created by the readers mind.

out of 4 i rate 4.

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Post by KerrizB00kz » 17 Jan 2018, 00:26

Though you make it sound intriguing and I am going to read it, I am not looking forward to doing so! I love suspense and horror in the movies I watch, but I am not a fan of the same in the books I read. Right now, I feel like I am getting ready to walk through a haunted corn maze. I want to go in and know I'm there for a good scare, but the tension from knowing that only the unknown is around every corner builds until the very end!
I need to get started so I can get finished! It sounds like the character development is of depth and I find the topic of exorcism fascinating, so I'm not feeling too anxious to go in!

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Post by ruchira » 17 Jan 2018, 00:33

Same incidents describes by different angle s ... Good job!!!

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Post by R-g-R » 17 Jan 2018, 00:43

I confess I wasn’t looking forward to sampling The Everett Exorcism by Lincoln Cole as I am not into pure horror. Having started reading, however, I am fascinated to see what transpires from a spiritual Christian perspective.

The review is well written and raises good points that I also thought and agree with. I like the characters and the premise and am very interested to find out what happens!
I also appreciate learning of other series written by the author (and the cross-over character) and will keep an eye out for them in future.

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Post by dragonet07 » 17 Jan 2018, 00:48

This book certainly sounds up my alley, especially the tense first half. I've always been interested in the POV of an exorcist. I mean, what's going on in their heads? Do they think these people are nuts? Do they really believe them? And I know that a lot of strong evidence is needed in order for the Catholic Church to sanction an exorcism, so you have to wonder what the priests are thinking when they go to check these situations out.

Thank you for the thorough review!
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Post by Miss_BeckyG » 17 Jan 2018, 01:25

I was very intrigued by your review. It has such detail without giving away too much. I can't wait to read this instalment by Cole. I have always loved his storytelling. It evokes all the right reactions based on the story.
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Post by kwahu » 17 Jan 2018, 01:29

If the character you hinted in your review is the one am thinking about, then my interest to read this book is already piqued. nice review.

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Post by Linex » 17 Jan 2018, 01:45

The book is an exceptional book that will give you a good sense of reasoning. It help to shape you view and judgement when face with tough situation.
I recommend "The Everett Exorcism" by Lincoln Cole

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Post by ishojay » 17 Jan 2018, 01:45

I was very intrigued by your review. It has such detail without giving away too much. I can't wait to read The Everett Exorcism by Lincoln Cole I have always loved his storytelling. It evokes all the right reactions based on the story.

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Post by mumoscar » 17 Jan 2018, 01:48

Lincoln Cole's books are just amazing and wouldn't want to miss a bit of them. Than you #BOTD.

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Post by aajumbo » 17 Jan 2018, 01:55

while people may give into evil deeds, it's humans who do them, not demons, right?This statement from the review captured my attention father Niccolo who doesn't believe in hellish creature has been assigned the task of ensuring weather an elderly member of their church requires exorcism or she is just mentally ill this task is important since he Diogenes wrongly there shall be dire consequence to him.Hope you all :techie-studyinggray: :techie-studyinggray: :techie-studyinggray: :techie-studyinggray:

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Post by Mohamadu Abdulai » 17 Jan 2018, 02:00

It sounds like you really enjoyed reading this novel. I enjoy this genre so this is a book I would also enjoy reading. The writer, Lincoln Cole, is new to me so I will definitely be looking into his other books. Your review was great! Thanks for sharing your feedback.

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Post by Umm_Zahra » 17 Jan 2018, 02:34

Sounds nice for readers of occult/horror titles. While I do read thrillers and rarely horrors, the subject matter of this book does not appeal to me.

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Post by Chitopogi » 17 Jan 2018, 02:57

Nice review of a very good book! Lincoln Cole's book is marvelous, gripping and chilling! And I have just sampled the first 10 pages! This will be my book to read! :tiphat: :techie-studyingbrown:

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