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  • By Inez Brinkley
    Oct 15, 2009
    "A love story- but also explores the dark world of Satan and his minions" Review of: A Light in Darkness Author: Inez Brinkley Ms. Brinkley explores the dark world of Satan and his minions chewing at life and society on earth—every corner, every place human inhabit—but this focus is in one city. Embodied in a few protagonists are many of the most evil deeds known to humankind. In her fast work, Ms. Brinkley provides a plausible seed and motive for horrible murders and other crimes. She introduces us to a heroine early—Jennie—who is both a strong woman in character and spirituality but also a vulnerable and sensitive person—shading her demon chasing activity with realism. She is much like many people in the world, but with a powerful edge she uses in keeping with her convictions. The stage is set and the layers are created to take the reader through a journey of darkness and light. The darkness is described such that one can relate it to actual events in the news. We see... More > one character after another—but not over-done—make choices that either deliver them or causes them to die figuratively and in some cases, literally. It is exciting and quick. Ms. Brinkley doesn’t let the reader rest very long before something else happens. She does a great job weaving through a very southern community and employs words and accents that put you in or near New Orleans—which to me, is a cool setting for this kind of spiritual story and one that makes imminent sense. There are Satanists doing their awful sacrifices and forces of good as channeled through Jennie keeping them at bay and finally defeating them. An interesting twist in the book is how one who becomes very close to you yet be one of the most dangerous for you. A shallow and foolish love such that sadly happens to some in the real world. The ending is satisfying and concluded the way I wanted. You may feel the same when you read it. I recommend the book for another clear description of demons by this author—an area of human ideas that is something fascinating to me—and for its turn to argue forcibly which side one should be on while engaged in the struggle that is life. Andrew Huddleston< Less
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Inez Brinkley
February 6, 2007
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.65 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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