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Invisible Enemies

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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, ...more
Paperback, 263 pages
Published May 10th 2010 by Lynda D. Brown Publications
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Oct 16, 2012 Shawnette rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
An UNEXPECTED surprise...I was thoroughly CAUGHT UP with this UNFORGETTABLE and engaging cast of characters...ALL the drama of the spiritual warfare unfolding behind the scenes kept me on the edge of my seat throughout...and I was CONSTANTLY wondering if good or evil would triumph...I'm DEFINITELY considering reading the next book in this series.
Dec 20, 2014 Ellowyn rated it really liked it
There is so much to say about this book I really don't know where to begin. This book has a lot of information dealing with Spiritual warfare. I enjoyed this book however it did have a lot of typographical errors.
Jun 22, 2012 Sha rated it it was amazing
WOW. This book made me think of so much that when I was finished I was in awh. If u dont think there is a war between good and evil read this book and have a open mind. This book will give u an insight on things within your life.
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Nov 26, 2016 Laura Nicewaner rated it it was amazing
While there were some grammatical errors, they did not detract from the powerful message of this book. There truly are spirits surrounding us; many who are here protect us when we ask God for His help, and others who plot to destroy us by exploiting our weaknesses. While the story is fictional, the author based the events on biblical truths skillfully wove into a very believable tale of the war that is going on right now for our souls. I would recommend this book to teenagers and adults. There ...more
May 18, 2012 Sidne rated it it was amazing
Book- Invisible Enemies
Author- Lynda Brown
Reviewer- Sidne, The Book Club Reviewer

Favorite Line: She said to the congregation:" when she finally reached rocked bottom she called out for Jesus and he answered here!
Sentence Teaser: I don't know mom, "these are church people, she may not be into this New Age stuff you guys are into."

Summary: Ruth and Leroy Harris are an average working couple. They have four children. Two high school girls and elementary aged twins. They attend church every Sunday
Lynda D. Brown offered free Kindle copies of the eBook and was able to get one on Kindle for PC.

She made it very clear that her book is not Christian Fiction; yet it is supernatural/paranormal novel with biblical-based content. When I started reading the prologue, she opened up with a similar story of Job, where Satan wanted to test this man of faith and upright character except it is a female persona (Abby) that Satan will see if she will change since she was only a child when she loved the Lo
Aug 20, 2012 Kellee rated it did not like it
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I can't believe I'm doing this. I'm 78% done with the book and refuse to read anymore. I am actually quitting when I am 78% thru. This book started off great. Then it got really slow and really out of control. I believe in demons, spirits, angels, etc, but this got too unrealistic for my taste and after the beginning, when I was actually enjoying it, it turned into the most longest, boring book I think I may have ever read. I'm done. I can't do it anymore.
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Lynda D. Brown is the author of seven books. She just released book three of her Invisible Enemies Series,The Devil & Sister Ford. A supernatural thriller series based on the books in the bible. She's also written a children's book, Damien's New Bike, and a prayer devotional, Powerful Prayer To Protect & Bless Your Family.
Ms. Brown also promotes other authors. Her Author Chat podcast is a
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