Dark Power Collection: The Society/The Deceived/The Spell (Forbidden Doors, #1-3)
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Dark Power Collection: The Society/The Deceived/The Spell (Forbidden Doors #1-3)

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Some doors are better left unopened. Some doors, you don't want to find out what lies behind them. In the Forbidden Doors series by bestselling author Bill Myers, teenager Rebecca 'Becka' Williams, her younger brother Scott, and her friend Ryan Riordan are swept into heart-stopping encounters with an all-too-real invisible world---a world fraught with deception and spiritu...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published April 18th 2008 by Zondervan
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Jill Williamson
Zondervan has updated and re-released Bill Myers’ Forbidden Doors series in four, three-volume sets. The Dark Powers Collection is the first book in the set.

Book 1
The Society
Becka and her brother Scott move to a new town. Having grown up on the mission field, it’s their first time living in a regular USA place. Right away they stumble onto things that remind them of the witch doctors from South America, who worship demons. But when Scott meets up with members of The Society and their Ouija boar...more
I'm pretty sure I read one or two of these books in Jr High. These are addictive and each volume is short enough to be read in one sitting. Good truths, if the melodrama is sometimes a little high.
Lindsay Franklin
There were some frustrating formatting issues in the e-book version of this collection, but as far as the stories were concerned, I enjoyed them. Myers tackles some difficult spiritual topics for teens, ranging from the obviously-evil to the subtly-dark. The reader has to suspend disbelief quite a bit, as so many spiritual-warfare type incidents occur to the two main characters in a very short span of time, but this is an essentially small matter. It's not the point. And it didn't affect my enjo...more
great pre-teen or teen series (depending on the kid) that explores topics on spiritual warfare and what following Jesus really means.
I like how the author shows us the open gates we leave in our lives for attack.
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Bill Myers was born into a Christian home, and although as a child he became bored with Christianity, he decided at the University of Washington quote, to "make God my boss." Ironically, at the University his worst subject was writing. He claims to have prayed, and said that he would be able to do anything for God, except write. Even so, he has become a prominent Christian writer, and has a large...more
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Eli Blood of Heaven (Fire of Heaven, #1) The Society (Forbidden Doors, #1) The Face of God The Haunting (Forbidden Doors, #4)

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