Friday, August 19, 2016
The Occupied By Craig Parshall Review
From New York Times bestselling author Craig Parshall comes a riveting story of supernatural suspense.
As a youth, Trevor Black unleashed spiritual forces he couldn’t comprehend. Years later, Trevor is a high-flying criminal defense lawyer in New York City, with a six-figure Aston Martin and a trophy wife. But in an extraordinary turn of events, he receives a burdensome gift: the ability to perceive the invisible. And the dark forces he now sees are all gunning for him.
When one of Trevor’s hometown friends is murdered, the MO is eerily similar to a shocking trail of murders that have already crossed the lawyer’s path. So Trevor must return home to find the killer. . . and face not only his own personal demons, but supernatural ones as well.
Craig Parshall is a New York Times and CBA bestselling fiction writer and columnist who has authored or co-authored eleven suspense novels. He is also a Washington DC insider and consultant who serves as special counsel to the American Center for Law and Justice.
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review Q&A-
-What did you like about the book and why? I like that this book is creepy and leaves me wanting to look back, but not being able to see the unseen.
- What did you not like about the book and why? I am not a huge fan of horror, especially when it comes to demons and paranormal at that level, so this was a bit out of my comfort zone.
- What did you learn? I feel that this author might really have taken part in spiritual warfare or know someone who has.
- To whom would you recommend this book and why? Not for children because of the intense scare factor, so probably only adults and people of faith because a non believer would not really connect well.