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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Review: The Occupied

The Occupied The Occupied by Craig Parshall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Review: THE OCCUPIED

THE OCCUPIED is solid Christian fiction with a bite, a complex mystery, with an undertone of demonic [literally] horror. Trevor Black has lived a life of uproar. Musically talented as an adolescent, but emotionally bereft, eventually he becomes an efficient criminal defense attorney, partner in a Wall Street firm. He still can't make a valid emotional connection, though, falling out of touch with his close high school friends, and ignoring his trophy wife in favor of his cases. Then one attempted defense opens his eyes and heart to the spiritual, and Trevor finds himself at a metaphysical crossroads. THE OCCUPIED is an engrossing page turner, a constant "what's next?"

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