Book Reviews of Slain in the Spirit

Slain in the Spirit
Slain in the Spirit
Author: Melanie Tem
ISBN-13: 9780843949896
ISBN-10: 0843949899
Publication Date: 4/2002
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A scary story about a young woman kidnapped by a religious fanatic who is set on saving her soul. Unusual.
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This was a very good book! It was very creepy indeed, and although religious fanaticism usually bores me, this book had me glued to it. I thought the beginning started out a little abruptly and strange, and I was never really bought into the story, however it was extremely entertaining nonetheless. I thought it was interesting how the author made Christina/Leila feel compassion for Russell at times because I think many hostages would begin to feel mixed emotions toward their captors at some point. I expected more out of the ending. The last two pages disappointed me because I was waiting for some awful, gut-wrenching twist, but nothing happened. Overall, it was a good read!
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ONE CRAZY MAN DECIDES HE CAN HELP A BLIND GIRL,SAVE HER SOUL OR KILL HER. WHICH EVER COMES FRIST.
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A woman with failing eyesight gets kidnapped by a religious fanatic who wants to save her sight and her soul. Gripping, chilling and very satisfying read.
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The title alone got me to choose this one. A good page turner.