Slave To The Darkness

Slave To The Darkness

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by Paul Love
     
 

From Heaven to Hell and back again. Paul Love takes you on one man's journey to find the meaning of his life. Like Solomon in Ecclesiastes, Paul tried everything! Sex, alcohol, drugs, outlaw biker clubs, Satanism, black magick, the Aryan Nation and on and on…to find that meaning. Finally exhausted and spiritually beaten, he found peace and meaning in the

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From Heaven to Hell and back again. Paul Love takes you on one man's journey to find the meaning of his life. Like Solomon in Ecclesiastes, Paul tried everything! Sex, alcohol, drugs, outlaw biker clubs, Satanism, black magick, the Aryan Nation and on and on…to find that meaning. Finally exhausted and spiritually beaten, he found peace and meaning in the most obvious of places.

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ISBN-13:
9781608361960
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
10/12/2009
Pages:
86
Product dimensions:
0.21(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

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Slave to the Darkness 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didn't want to buy it but one of my friends said that they knew Paul from online and that the book, although expensive for a short book, would help someone that i care alot about. I bought it and now it is passed around my family. It deffinately helped me cope with and understand things that are going on in my boyfriends life. He read it and said that it was "for real" he would'nt read anything long. But he read this book one day. I think it just takes time to sink in. I think it helped me more than him and I've never been wild a day in my life. Different Perspective.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book intrigued me because I have a son dabbling in the Occult or I would never have bought it. It is a short book. But, if you stop and really listen, I've heard of Paul Love and know that everything in this book is true although it says fiction based on fact. I guess because of how it could affect other or Parentxs or whatever. It is not for the squimish( how it was explained to me)! My son one day asked what I was reading and I nonchalauntly mentioned that it was about a Satanic Necromancer that had experienced about everything bad that most people couldn't deal with, in my opinion. I lay the book on the table, he read it in an hour.He hasn't said anything about ityet, but I've noticed that the book is making the rounds w/his friends. I hope that that's a good thing. It is a story of the Prodigal Son, just to an overwelming extent.
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ok to read but I wouldnt pay for it