Book: Mean Spirit by James Clayton Rogerscategories: Book, Murder, Telekinesis, Widower, Possession, Used Cars, Ghosts, Demonology, Weightlifting, Reality, Delusion, Ghost Hunting, Supernatural
James Clayton Rogersabout this book: We are all possessed. Culture, religion, our very environment propagate within us a host of world views, none of which is true. Science only advances us to the next level of illusion. The possession is rarely acknowledged. More often than not, we point our fingers at others, claiming they are the victims of horrendous misconceptions—never suspecting that the accusation itself is delusory. This is the predicament of Charlie Bretall, a car salesman who becomes convinced that his daughter is possessed by a malevolent spirit. But, as one of the characters in the novel points out, if someone was possessed, it would seem to him as though he was the only man left free of possession. Is Charlie possessed? Or is the murderous force pursuing him not of his own making? The idea for this story came from a dream. The more I dwelt on it, the more it seemed to me that the human brain was merely a conglomeration of fragmented images that might or might not reflect reality.
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