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The Spell (Forbidden Doors, Book 3) [Paperback]

By Bill Myers (Author)
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Pages   192
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6.9" Width: 4.26" Height: 0.51"
Weight:   0.21 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jun 1, 2001
Publisher   Tyndale House Publishers
Age  10-14
ISBN  0842339892  
EAN  9780842339896  

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When they move to California after their missionary father is killed in South America, Rebecca must deal with the threats of a group of satanists while her younger brother Scott faces temptation at the hands of a beautiful classmate.

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More About Bill Myers

Bill Myers Best selling authors Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, and Alton Gansky unite their talents to write this riveting, fast-paced series of supernatural novellas.

Bill Myers currently resides in Thousand Oaks, in the state of California. Bill Myers was born in 1953.

Bill Myers has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Elijah Project
  2. Forbidden Doors

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SOLID READ  Apr 27, 2006
Great Read  Feb 14, 2006
This book provides great insight into spiritual warfare. It is a rare find that captivates it's audience and is based on sound Biblical teaching. It adresses something that is all to common in our society and modivates Christians to make a difference. I would recomend this book to anyone who wants to learn more about spiritual warfare, or just enjoy a great read.
Not worth your time.  Apr 1, 2005
First of all, I have a confession to make: this is only book of the series that I have read. Thus, I'll try to focus this review on this book alone, and not judge all the others. But please bear with me if I do drift off in that direction.
As a seventeen year old Orthodox Christian, I have something I'd like to say to the current readers of this series.
Please, if you're looking for good Christian fantasy, go find some Lewis or Tolkien or, if you're okay with it, Rowlings. Narnia and Middle Earth and even Hogwarts are awash with wonderful, creative stories and beautiful, subtle Christian imagery: something the Forbidden Doors Series, or at least "The Society", does not seem to provide.
My first complaint with this book is the condescending language. With his use of phrases such as "dye job", Myers comes off like a sitcom father who tries to connect to his kids by using "hip" slang. But what kids really need is for their parents to speak in a mature and authoritative manner. Likewise, readers, regardless of their age, need authors to write in an intelligent and thought provoking style. It is understandable for Myers' teenage characters to speak in slang, but not Myers himself.
The second problem I have is with this story is the one-dimensional nature of the characters. None of the "good" kids seem to suffer any problems beyond clichýd teenage insecurities. Becka, Scott, Julie, and Ryan are the quintessential "perfect" teens who know not to make waves or act differently from anyone else. The "bad" kids come off as mini-Saurons and Jadises: characters who work fine in fantasy novels, but not in a realistic setting such as this one. Brooke is so evil it's almost funny, and Kara is the cookie-cutter seductive temptress. Also, while I'm by no means advocating their behavior, I'd like to see a more sympathetic view of the members of the Society. It is my experience that people who get mixed up in the occult usually go there seeking solace from troubled lives: they're not pure evil. Myers hints at this other dimension with Laura's character, but never develops it beyond her unemotional semi-redemption at the climax.
This brings me to another point. There are times when Myers shows an almost petty cruelty toward his negative characters. On the character descriptions section of the "Forbidden Doors" website, Brooke is said to have hair that's an "obvious dye job", Laura is in "desperate need of a tube of Clearasil", and several of Scott's fantasy-loving friends are described as "dweeby". It's clear from this book that Myers' believed in turning the other cheek. This just doesn't add up. According to the previous remarks on the antagonists, if your enemy has badly dyed hair, acne problems, or an obsessive love for Dungeons and Dragons, you shouldn't just let it go and focus on less shallow characteristics: you should harp about it whenever you get the chance.
Please, everyone. This book is not about real spiritual warfare. It's like Babysitter's Club with demons. Myers' heart is in the right place, but it's clear that his head is not.
In short, this book is insensitive, pandering, and very poorly written. Do yourself (or your child) a favor, and find something that can truly stimulate both faith and imagination.
this was a great christian book  Jan 14, 2000
the spell was a great christian book with alot of spiritual warfare.It showed alot of satanism and curses without a great scare.i recomend this book to any adult or teen or any advanced reader!

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