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Deliver Us from Evil

From the Case Files of Ed & Lorraine Warren
Narrated by: Will Damron
Length: 3 hrs and 14 mins
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Summary

Deliver Us from Evil is a diary of Ed and Lorraine Warren’s most startling investigations. First published in 1973, it is the earliest book about Ed and Lorraine Warren, who went on to become the world’s most famous demonologists and paranormal investigators.

Almost everyone has experienced one form of supernatural activity or another; some have been driven to destruction by it. This audiobook deals with the investigations and reports of supernatural activities such as the case of the demons that drove an 18-year-old girl to practice human vampirism.

Every story in this audiobook is true, only the names of people or places have been changed to protect the living and the dead. 

Don’t miss the Warrens' blockbuster films like the Conjuring series, the Annabelle series, and The Nun.

©1973 J. F. Sawyer (P)2018 Graymalkin Media, LLC

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  • Annalee
  • 06-02-19

Dramatized Ghost Stories

An entertaining listen, if you want some one off ghost stories based around the Warrens. Narrator doesn't make an effort to differentiate between male characters, especially frustrating when using quotes from Ed.

The stories often have no resolution, and the endings are cheesey with the over dramatic wordings. Each chapter is an unrelated story. The Warrens are hardly mentioned and are almost made to seem ineffective in thier work.

More sensational than informative or educational about the Warrens and thier work. This piece doesn't hold a black candle to The Demonologist. Skip this one, and get that instead. It's is gold.

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  • Jeffrey veals
  • 29-01-19

Pure Disappointment

Before I begin, I want to acknowledge that I am a huge fan of these stories, because I think that the Warrens shine light on an issue that should be discussed so people aren't lured into darkness. Whether Ed and Lorraine's stories are fully true or not, I'll leave to everyone else to decide; I just want everyone to know that I think most of their books were done well.

To start off, this book has no solid ground to even write a synopsis here; I could cheat and see what AUDIBLE has put up, but I don't think it should be that hard and it frustrates me. I hate to say this, but this is the worst of the Warren collection, to be up front with you. There are interesting stories, but nothing is really told in a way that engages the reader. The book is all over the place and I don't know if it's because it's a different writer (J.F. Sawyer) or something else. It felt like Mr. Sawyer got pieces of certain cases, threw together bits of various stories, and then published a book to slightly titillate the reader; it just wasn't nearly as exciting or interesting as most of the other Warren books.

As far as the narration, I'm going to say that Will Damron is a fine narrator, but I still prefer Todd Haberkorn to read the books about the Warrens. I'll give him a solid B for the narration of this book.

Overall, I found the whole book to be a mess of incomplete stories. I wish I could give the book a better rating, but it featured very little from the victims AND the Warrens for that matter. I'm definitely not happy with it, but I guess it's better to read and know than to never have tried it at all. I'm going to give the book a D-, because there was one story that I found interesting enough to bump it up from an F.

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  • Dbaby
  • 26-11-18

its a good book

it's a good book but if you listened to the other books you'll see that this one isn't like the rest. but if you follow the Warren's then you have to listen to all books involving them

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  • Greg Williams
  • 10-11-18

Incomplete

It seemed to me that most of the stories told in this book were never given a proper conclusion. There seems to be a lot of investigations done to a halfway point and then a abandoned. I think most of these stories are fake or at least very, very embellished.
That being said, the narrator does a good job.

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