About the Author
Lynda D. Brown lives in St. Louis MO. She has one married son and a beautiful grandson. This is her second book, her first book, Once I Was Lost, was released in April of 2006, and she immediately began working on Invisible Enemies, which took four years to complete. Lynda has been researching Spiritual Warfare for the last six years, and in these last days, she wants to make sure that God's people do not perish due to lack of knowledge. (Hosea 4:6)
As an avid science fiction fan and a lover of all things supernatural, author Lynda D. Brown’s supernatural thriller series, Invisible Enemies is creating quite a buzz in the independent publishing field. Book one, Invisible Enemies was published in 2010 and became an immediate hit in the authors local library, and when book two, Seed of Satan: Leah’s Story, Book Two of the Invisible Enemies Series, arrived in January 2012, all copies were immediately checked out by fans that eagerly waited over a year for the sequel.
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About the Book
Inspired by the Book of Job, Invisible Enemies reminds us that no matter what life throws our way, God is still in control! When God chooses Abby Harris as a pawn in his wager against Satan, poor Abby's life is turned upside down. Banned from her beloved church, Abby's hanging out with a new crew, drinking and getting high. When she runs into her sister's ex-boyfriend, they begin dating and soon she's pregnant and marries Randy Nelson. When the marriage turns sour, due to Randy's infidelities, Abby’s heart grows cold. By chance, she runs into a music producer who hears her singing, and overnight she becomes an R&B sensation. Abby plots to take her twins and leave her husband. When Randy finds out, he teams up with his ex, Candace, Abby's vengeful sister, to destroy her.
Title: Invisible Enemies
Author: Lynda D. Brown
Publisher: Spoken Word Press
Reviewer: Yolanda M. Johnson-Bryant – Literary Wonders!
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Invisible Enemies by Lynda D. Brown is, in a way, a good depiction of the battle between good and evil. This book started with an attention grabber and I liked how the author utilized the concept of spirits, both good and evil.
Abby Harris is a child of God and everyone knew it from the day she was born. They also knew that God had great plans for her and He had great intentions for her in his kingdom. She was beautiful, donned a beautiful voice and she loved everyone—and everyone loved her, except members of her family.
Abby’s siblings were jealous of her because everyone thought she was so perfect—including her own mother. When fallen angel, Satan, challenges God for Abby’s soul, they find out who really has the ultimate power. The devil pulls no punches in trying to infiltrate the Harris family by placing people and spirit guides in the family’s midst. Early in the story, good and evil go toe to toe.
I was initially filled with excitement with this book once it started. I commend the author for her creativity in writing about spiritual warfare and showing the “realism” that many of us refuse to address. It is funny how some Christians will read the bible and look at the world today and ask questions such as “How can God allow these things to happen?” when the truth is, he’s prophesied it in His word and with no holds barred. We tend to look at the bible through rose-colored glasses. The author gives realistic depictions of the demons we struggle with on a day-to-day basis.
Literary Wonders! usually does not speak about editing issues in a review, unless those issues interfere with the flow and the readability of the story. Unfortunately, it would appear that this book was not edited as there were many typos, incorrect verb and noun agreements and other grammatical errors. In addition, there were many “time” inconsistencies, i.e., “this happened twelve years later” and a few paragraphs later “this happened a couple of years ago.” There was also a lot of receptiveness in this book.
Over all, I enjoyed the book, and I feel it could have been and still can become a five-star title with a good editor to fix grammatical, spelling, inconsistencies and storyline development. Even so, I was able to understand that the premise of the book is, that good will always outdo evil, however, we have a choice. If we choose to leave the covering of God, we have chosen to face the consequences of doing so.
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