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  • Posted August 17, 2012

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    The Struggle Between Good and Evil! I received this book from

    The Struggle Between Good and Evil! I received this book from the
    author, Craig Taylor. Feeling responsible for a tragic accident
    involving his five-year-old son, Jason, John Hansen plunges into a deep
    depression that finally lands him in the hospital suffering from
    malnutrition and alcohol poisoning. When he returns to his apartment, he
    discovers that Christopher – a man he met at his door moments before the
    collapse that sent him to the hospital – has paid his back rent, assumed
    his lease, and moved into his apartment. Christopher reveals that the
    accident was the work of representatives of the darkness who had
    encouraged people to act on their evil impulses, and that he – a
    representative of the light – can return John to a time before the
    accident happened. Not fully understanding all Christopher has told him,
    John finally accepts the offer and is able to avert the accident with
    his second chance. Things go well for John until the darkness decide to
    exact their revenge on him for denying them the achievement of their
    goal – the destruction of Jason. When Jason’s mother also succumbs to
    the rage of the darkness, light-bearer David Ravenbrook assumes
    responsibility for his protection with the unwitting help of
    psychiatrist, Dr. Patricia Leland. They have their hands full trying to
    keep him alive while figuring out why the darkness need to destroy him
    in order to fulfill their plan to enslave mankind forever. The Day of
    Legion is a paranormal horror story of the struggle between good and
    evil with some semi-theological bits here and there. The writing flows
    well and is tightly composed. It draws the reader quickly along despite
    the sometimes “heavy” content of the story. The characters are
    well-developed and believable – even the light-bearers and the denizens
    of the darkness. After reading this book you may find yourself looking
    at your neighbors and those you pass on the street a little differently.
    Taylor’s explanation of the struggle between the light and the darkness
    and his descriptions of that struggle as it plays out in our world are
    interesting and entertaining. The end of the story will have you
    wondering if either side ever really “wins” the struggle. Fans of
    paranormal, horror, or “angel/demon” stories should read this book. A
    night with some thunder and lightning would be great for that.

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