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Entangled

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Awesome, well written

I really enjoyed Mr. Hancock's book. It is well written and keeps the reader interested. The way its written the characters are believable and seem life-like. I have read this book twice now.

posted by purplefiend3000 on June 11, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Where is the strength of the LightWorkers, Graham?

I began reading Graham's Entangled in the hopes that he would emanate positive earth-human healing forces energetically to his readers in this (psuedo)fiction book, but found that he infused this reader with way too much of the evil dark force energy, already at work in...
I began reading Graham's Entangled in the hopes that he would emanate positive earth-human healing forces energetically to his readers in this (psuedo)fiction book, but found that he infused this reader with way too much of the evil dark force energy, already at work in this world for centuries, if not millenia. Three quarters of the book goes on and on with page after page of descriptions about the gory, evil, horrific actions of the Eater of Souls/(demons from spirit world having taken earthly bodies), in the present and ancient days. I can get all that from reading about the satanists in Hollywood, the politicians and Illuminati world leaders attending Bildenberg or the pedophiles in the religious sector. Yes, I totally understand that it is a work of fiction, but I was hoping for uplifting descriptions about ways where we ARE conquering the dark forces. Even the 'good' Shamans in his book don't come across as powerful enough being, able to conquer the evil characters he's created except for the moments regarding the Leoni and Ria connection, in my opinion only, of course! The ending was abrupt as if a sequel will follow and the book left me very concerned about the actual strength of these fiction lightworkers. Again, I know it's fiction but I believe Graham needed to get this book out as fiction to get the message out to enlighten people, somewhat in the way the Harry Potter books got subliminal messages out to millions about magic and alternate realities. Couldn't Graham have written this book as 700+ pages and given us a bit more hope? I'm almost hesitant to read the sequel, if there is one. What 'side' is Graham really on? In the 504 pages, he managed to instill much more fear, despondency and futility in this reader. Oh, that's exactly what the negative forces FEED on. Hmmmm.

posted by treegenus on August 12, 2011

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  • Posted June 12, 2012

    good up until the last pages. It seemed as if he did not know h

    good up until the last pages. It seemed as if he did not know how to end the book, was rushed in ending it, or could not find a smooth transition into another book to make it a series. To many support characters killed off at one time. It was as if he did not know what to do with the support characters to continue the story. Drawn out at the start and rushed at the ending.. His research style books are much better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2012

    Too much detailed violence

    Way too violent as seems to be the trend in such books. Stopped reading after a while because of the gory scenes. Was interested in the concept of the story but the violence stayed with me longer than the concept. Disappointed because the story can be told without the detailed images.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2012

    Disappointed

    Quick/easy read. Too many cliches. Poorly written. What age is this book for? Teens, young adults? Made me 2nd guess reading Hancock's research/non-fiction work. Recommended to me by Joe Rogan via Twitter.

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    Posted June 11, 2012

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