Beware the Night
Bookreview / November 20, 2014

Let me start of by saying that I am not a religious man. I respect everyone and their faith, but I just don’t believe that much. Not in God and Heaven, or in the Devil and Hell. But someone recommended this book to me and wanted me to tell what I thought. So I read it and just finished today. The author Ralph Sarchie is a retired police officer who has turned full time demonologist. Whenever someone or something is possessed he gets a call and comes to the rescue. Some of his cases are described in this book, as a warning to everyone that the Devil is everywhere and we should all be very careful. And that is exactly why I don’t care much for this book. I understand that Sarchie is a religious man, but is it really ┬ánecessary to let us know that every other word. I have never seen so much use of the word God, Jesus or Devil in one book. You cannot read a sentence without it. And that really annoys me after a few pages. Also Sarchie has the annoying habit to tell tales in tales. And by that I mean he starts…