Official Review: Satan and Me and OBE by Bob Dowell

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Re: Official Review: Satan and Me and OBE by Bob Dowell

Post by 420waystoreachthesun » 02 May 2018, 23:43

I am certainly fascinated by the idea that this book delineates. Thank you for writing this.

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Post by Sarah Tariq » 05 May 2018, 10:15

It's very interesting idea to talk with a Satan. May God forgive us, Satan can never teach anything good to us. Thanks for your informative review.
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Post by AbbyGNelson » 08 May 2018, 12:11

Yeah you would think that Satan would be described in more detail if the character sees him, so the viewers know how to react. Thanks for the review!

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Post by Bianka Walter » 10 May 2018, 12:27

I remember reading the sample of this book when it was book of the day recently. I found the premise so interesting, and you have just solidified my feelings. I thoroughly enjoyed your review and found your insight into the story fascinating.
Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts!
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Post by Helen_Combe » 11 May 2018, 01:30

Great review. It sounds like a very interesting book.
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Post by gen_g » 13 May 2018, 10:40

Thank you for a detailed review, it seems like it would be very near perfect once a thorough editing has been done!

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Post by haleygerstenberg » 14 May 2018, 16:23

kandscreeley wrote:
23 Apr 2018, 07:26
I'm still unsure about this book. I guess it could be likened to C.S. Lewis's Screwtape Letters which I have read. So, I guess there's nothing really wrong with it. It just gives me this weird feeling in the pit of my stomach. I do appreciate your review, though. It sounds like a very interesting and enlightening book, so I think I'm going to have to reconsider it.
I feel about the same about it... I think the thing that makes it more weird than the Screwtape Letters is that it's presented as non-fiction/memoir, which makes me feel more like the silliness of it is deceptive. I don't know though, could be fun to read-as the reviewer said "with a giant spoonful of salt" ;)

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Post by bookowlie » 22 May 2018, 11:11

Thanks for another perceptive review! I liked that you questioned the validity of the story and gave reasons why. I agree that it's annoyed when it's not clear who is speaking in back-and-forth conversations. I had that problem with two books I read recently and it was annoying.
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