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This Present Darkness

Author Frank E. Peretti
Narrator Frank E. Peretti
Runtime 3 Hrs. - Abridged
Publisher Crossway
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Release Date April 9, 2009
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

Ashton is just a typical small town. But when a skeptical reporter and a prayerful pastor begin to compare notes, they suddenly find themselves fighting a hideous New Age plot to subjugate the townspeople, and eventually the entire human race.

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Ashton is just a typical small town. But when a skeptical reporter and a prayerful pastor begin to compare notes, they suddenly find themselves fighting a hideous New Age plot to subjugate the townspeople, and eventually the entire human race.

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Terrible production
I like Frank Peretti--really, I do--but I couldn't get through the first ten minutes of this book. The problem is the incessant tinkling background noise (I can't honestly call it music.) it is incredibly awful.
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Review by / (Posted on 2/27/2016)
Great presentation, first-rate effects and voices, gripping story
Great presentation, first-rate effects and voices, gripping story. It is abridged, but for an audio production it seems long enough and fills out the story.
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Review by / (Posted on 9/28/2015)
Enjoyable Book for the Family
We enjoyed listening to this book as a family. It was a helpful reminder of the spiritual realities around us. I did have some theological issues with parts of the book, though. There might be minor spoilers included here.
First, at least one angel is female. I am not positive angels have gender, but they are always masculine in the Bible as far as I am aware.
Second, I am not convinced that demons fight each other. That would seem to contradict Jesus' argument that the fact that Jesus is casting out demons means that Jesus cannot be working for Satan or the demons.
Third, the book does not hold to a cessationist view in terms of revelation. This view is debatable, but obviously these things must be discussed as a family.
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Review by / (Posted on 8/2/2014)
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