The Dark Side of the supernatural by Brynne Larson – A Book Review

The Dark Side of the Supernatural

By: Brynne Larson

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257

978-0768407082, $ 14.99, 2015, 160, Pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Glimpse into the Dangers of the Paranormal for Today’s Millennial Generation

Through powerful stories of deliverance from the misery of years of spiritual oppression Brynne Larson offers hope and healing for victims caught up in experimentation in the unseen world of the paranormal, Her book “The Dark Side of the Supernatural” reveals the evil strongholds present in pop culture, and warns of  the dangers of the occult, supernatural curses, witchcraft, and spell casting.

Throughout her childhood Brynne traveled with her father, Bob Larson, well known for his worldwide ministry in combatting the occult, Satanism, while exposing and exorcising demons. From the front row of these events Brynne observed her father as he drove back the darkness of the evil and demonic influence pervading society today. At age sixteen Brynne met the challenge of her father’s calling and became an active participant in exorcising a demon from a close friend. Over the next five years Brynne continued in the work and has responded to God’s call to openly battle the evil influencing many of her peers; to become a “spiritual culture warrior.”

Brynne’s writes with conviction and passion. Her message is timely and important. Her writing is articulate and relevant.

“The Dark Side of the Supernatural” is dedicated to today’s Millennials; a clarion call to beware of the dangers of fascination with magical mystical beings, vampires, shape shifters, werewolves, and demons. Brynne Larson invites the reader to recognize that we are spiritual beings intended to delight in God’s Holy presence.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

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