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SEVEN-X by Mike Wech
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May 28, 12

Read in May, 2012

This story will make an incredible film. As opposed to the Exorcist, which depicted the outward effects of demon possession, the main character, Eddie Hanson, a reporter, risks his life and soul to expose the experiments of an asylum on victims without their consent, including Annette Dobson, a SIDS killer, who's execution is faked, so that she may undergo an exorcism and give birth to the child the world thinks she killed. He is voluntarily admitted to this end. Through Eddie, the author traps you into this asylum with him to experience despair, spiritual warfare, insanity, and terror of the powers of darkness in stark Biblical reality. This novel will grip and hold the reader to its chilling end.
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