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Friday, September 10, 2021

Book Review: Invisible Enemies by Lynda D. Brown


    Abby Harris is a beautiful young woman of God whose life seems to be on the right track in spite of her rocky relationships with her older sister Candace and her mother. She's a gifted singer in the church's youth choir and one of the most popular girls in high school in the Washington D.C. area. However, her life spirals downward once her mother forbids her to attend the church that she grew up in, and she starts hanging out with a fast crowd and loses her way soon afterward.

    Invisible Enemies is a modern-day tale of good versus evil, and this Christian drama has elements of the story of Job as well as the story of Cain and Abel. I would definitely recommend this book as it was hard to put down.  

My Rating: ★★★★★


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