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Dark to Mortal Eyes By Eric Wilson Dark to Mortal Eyes What You Can t See Can Hurt You Returning to the hometown of her birth parents rebellious year old Josee Walker seeks answers to long held questions about her childhood Her biological father weal
  • Title: Dark to Mortal Eyes
  • Author: Eric Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781578567447
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dark to Mortal Eyes By Eric Wilson What You Can t See Can Hurt You.Returning to the hometown of her birth parents, rebellious 23 year old Josee Walker seeks answers to long held questions about her childhood Her biological father, wealthy vintner Marsh Addison, wants nothing to do with her But a determined Kara Addison sets out to meet the child she gave up years before, despite Marsh s passionate oppositWhat You Can t See Can Hurt You.Returning to the hometown of her birth parents, rebellious 23 year old Josee Walker seeks answers to long held questions about her childhood Her biological father, wealthy vintner Marsh Addison, wants nothing to do with her But a determined Kara Addison sets out to meet the child she gave up years before, despite Marsh s passionate opposition Five Days of Hell for a Glimpse of HeavenWhen Kara disappears and her car is discovered at the bottom of a ravine, however, Marsh becomes the prime suspect Suddenly, Marsh and Josee are forced to unite in their search for Kara and for the truth But there s to their family s past than meets the eye What could the mysterious canister that Josee found in the woods contain What does it have to do with her mother s disappearance When an ancient evil rouses, each member of the Addison family becomes enmeshed in a terrifying supernatural battle one with global consequences.
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    About "Eric Wilson"

    1. Eric Wilson

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information Eric Wilson is a NY Times bestselling author, known for novels that explore Earth s tension between heaven and hell His novelization, SAMSON, will be available January 2018 His last suspense novels, ONE STEP AWAY and TWO SECONDS LATE, were ultramodern twists on biblical tales His novelization of the film OCTOBER BABY is also available He has also written DARK TO MORTAL EYES, EXPIRATION DATE, THE BEST OF EVIL, A SHRED OF TRUTH, and novelizations of FACING THE GIANTS, FLYWHEEL, and FIREPROOF films produced by the Kendrick Brothers and Sherwood Baptist Church He is the author of FIELD OF BLOOD, HAUNT OF JACKALS, and VALLEY OF BONES Jerusalem s Undead Trilogy.

    977 thoughts on “Dark to Mortal Eyes”

    1. I am about 40 pages in and am having a hard time getting into this story It has jumped around a lot I am able to follow it for the most part, but it seems like there might be too much going on, or the author is introducing elements too early in the story line He is not letting me get attached to one character enough or laying enough background before throwing all these other plot peices into the mix I am not sure yet


    2. I wrote this review back in 2004 Still accurate It s been a long time since I ve read a Christian novel that I ve wanted to rave about, and DARK TO MORTAL EYES has just shot to the top of my list Not only is the pace kept to a breakneck speed, but we get character development too, which so many thriller writers tend to neglect.Robert Whitlow Christy award winning author of THE TRIAL LIFE SUPPORT had this to say about the book In DARK TO MORTAL EYES, Eric Wilson coils suspense as tight as a snake [...]


    3. When I first started reading Dark to Mortal Eyes, it was kind of like opening up a jigsaw puzzle box and trying to make sense of all the scattered pieces I admit that it was slow getting into this, as I had no clue how all the things that were happening were going to link together in the end Who is Karl Stahlherz I may have spelled that wrong Who is the Professor Why are they targeting the Addisons and Josee Why did the Addisons give Josee up for adoption all those years ago And what the heck is [...]


    4. If you want to read a very Christian supernatural thriller maybe even a little bit preachy this book is just what you need It s very suspenseful, interesting read I ve heard Jerusalem s Undead Trilogy by Eric Wilson is incredible


    5. Christian fiction Someone gave this to me I don t think I would have picked it up otherwise It wasn t very compelling and you can tell because I don t remember what it was about , and there were some writing quirks that got on my nerves.



    6. This was a good read, but not great Not too involved but not dull either Liked the mix of chess and reality Reminded me a whole lot of THE KEEP.


    7. Be careful in who you choose to trust because not everyone is who they say they are And love your family while you have the chance because they won t always be there.



    8. This is a book that was chosen for our book club because we had read one of his books before and liked it a lot It took me a long time to get into this one and found it rather dark for my taste However, once I finally got maybe halfway through it I really got hooked couldn t wait to finish it We haven t discussed it yet in book club I m anxious to see what the others thought of it I would read of his books, but would do some research to make sure it isn t quite as dark as this one.




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