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Saving Mary: The Possession

Saving Mary The Possession If you re a fan of supernatural fiction then you will be captivated by this true story about a spiritually sensitive girl and the path that led to her possession Part one of a two part series Saving

  • Title: Saving Mary: The Possession
  • Author: Deidre Havrelock
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Audiobook
  • If you re a fan of supernatural fiction then you will be captivated by this true story about a spiritually sensitive girl and the path that led to her possession Part one of a two part series, Saving Mary is the story of a modern day Mary Magdalene the woman from whom Jesus cast out seven demons.Deidre Daily is drawn to anything seemingly spiritual, desperately seeking aIf you re a fan of supernatural fiction then you will be captivated by this true story about a spiritually sensitive girl and the path that led to her possession Part one of a two part series, Saving Mary is the story of a modern day Mary Magdalene the woman from whom Jesus cast out seven demons.Deidre Daily is drawn to anything seemingly spiritual, desperately seeking a spiritual existence But inside this vibrant girl hides a terrified child who sincerely believes she has married the devil Through a series of spiritual encounters her fear turns into reality, and she ends up possessed.Deidre s fascinating memoir relays her story from childhood to adolescence invisible eyes leering at her from the corner of her bedroom, horrible nightmares tormenting her, and her desperate attempt to find God only to end up possessed It is a candid account of possession from a first person perspective This dark memoir brings to light an intricate world of deceitful spirits hell bent on manipulating and damaging an innocent girl s life, not only through her dreams, but also through seemingly every day encounters.Travel with Deidre into the mysterious world of spirits, ghosts and demons Awaken yourself to a world that isn t supposed to exist a world that s as intriguing as it is sinister And then emerge as a new person invigorated, aware and intent on living in the light Saving Mary Not just another story about a girl and her exorcist.Watch for book two, Saving Mary The Deliverance

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    1. There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. - William Shakespeare, Hamlet (Act 1. Scene V)Deidre Daily wages a battle each moment against her vivid nightmares, the presence of unseen eyes watching her and her family's domestic troubles. through her Ouija Board, Deidre finds escape from her predicament. little did she know that her games and intense desire to know more about the spirit world would lead her down the road to possessione book is written [...]

    2. Deidre really has something strange going on with her. She is trying to be more spiritual, but the spirits that come into her life aren’t exactly the kind most people would expect or hope for. The spirits that are coming to her are devilish.The scary thing about this book is that it is a memoir. I really forgot I was reading a memoir when I was reading this book! I give Deidre a lot of credit for having to go through all of this and writing about her experiences.I was anticipating what was goi [...]

    3. SHARON'S REVIEWThis novel would be spellbinding even if it was a Science Fiction novel, but it's not fiction. It's a true account of author Deirdre (Daily) Havrelock's life, which makes it truly amazing. She saw ghosts, was followed by invisible entities, and felt things psychically that most people couldn't even fathom, let alone deal with. I'm sure that there's a lot more than she's willing or able to tell us, but as it is, the way she was treated growing up was horrific. No wonder she often p [...]

    4. A deeply spiritual book, even Christian, is not always about rays of golden sunshine and immediate answer to prayers. Sometimes the path of a Christian is extremely dark making the Valley of the Shadow of Death look bright and cheery. Ms. Deidre Havrelock explores her spiritual growth in her book, Saving Mary – The Possession.As you can probably tell from the title, this Christian book will take you down a dark path. You follow a young girl who watches her parents’ marriage fall apart. You s [...]

    5. Saving Mary is about the heartbreaking, fascinating, and sometimes scary story of author Deidre Havrelocks life growing up – fighting possessions and being haunted by demons. Now, right off the bat, how can you possibly resist that premise? Even if a tale of fiction, the idea of demons and possession can be an addicting subject, but throw in the fact that is a REAL story – that someone actually went through this terrible journey…that just brings things to a whole other level.This story, I [...]

    6. Okay, this is a scary book. Yes I believe that demons exist and yes I believe that people can be possessed, but still this is one scary book. As I was reading this book all I could think was how sad this was, how much her parent messed her up, and where the heck were all the adults that were supposed to be protecting her. If you read the forward, written by her college professor, you know this story is autobiographical and that scared the crap out of me. It made me want to get my kids, their fr [...]

    7. I am a firm believer in whatever doesn't kill you only makes you stronger. And what this young Deidre went through as a child certainly seems to bear this out. Where were the advocates for this poor girl? She couldn't count on either of her parents, none of her teachers and it seemed like any one of her friends had scarcely more than she did. Thinking she had wed the devil at a very young age, she sought the comfort of a loving God, she prayed for peace in the family, she heard God tell her it w [...]

    8. Saving Mary is a spiritual memoir written by Deidre Havrelock. Readers are quickly introduced to a young girl who is a recipient of abuse and dysfunction in her family. Early on, Deidre is sensitive to the paranormal and feels constantly watched by someone or something. She is consistently searching for guidance and help from God, but darkness seems to be more of a prominent presence in her life. Deidre experiments with a Ouija board and connects with a spirit named, “Fred” who stays with he [...]

    9. I've always enjoyed tales about demonic possession. I'm a huge horror fan, so it's no surprise. However, I've only watched it on the big screen in movies like "Christine", "Fallen", "Rosemary's Baby", "The Amityville Horror", and "The Exorcist".Saving Mary: The Possession is the first book I've read that deals with this topic. It's based on a true story, but it reads like fiction. It's an easy read -- both eye-opening and interesting. I think it would make a great movie, and it would fit right i [...]

    10. I don't even know for sure where to start The whole time I was reading this book, I thought, wow I used to do a lot of these things! I played with the Ouija, until it got really bad, now I won't touch them! I'm just glad I got out of it before things got really bad! I didn't realize until talking with Deidre that this was an actual memoir, a recounting of her own life For the rest of my review, and a guest post from the author, please visit my blog stephsgrn/2012/06

    11. I chose this book because it was written by a Christian author, and about an individuals religious experiences despite difficult circumstances. Unfortunately, the book is dark and evil and left me feeling hollow and sad. I know there is a sequal coming, but I will not read any further books from this author.The book was well-written, and addressed difficult topics of sexual abuse, the relativity of religion, transcendental meditation, and even Satanic worship. All topics that make me uncomfortab [...]

    12. Possession of an Innocent ChildOne reads in magazines and such about satanic rituals where children are used and even sometimes killed as a sacrifice, but these articles are usually written from a hear-say point of view. This story is written by a woman who as a little girl cleaning in the basement of a church with two little girlfriends was captured by three men with masks on their faces and taken somewhere else in the church. She remembers seeing an upside down cross and a bed and you assume s [...]

    13. **Originally on Read-A-holicZ**Karina's Review:This book was a bit confusing. It’s not an easy read and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone under 15. To me this book had a sort of southern vibe to it with phrases like “Shoot and darn” or “sweet baby Jesus”.I absolutely loved the analogy with Mary trying to hold on to her family to her hanging off a train. There aren’t many characters in this book, well there are but everything cycles around Mary. Mary’s constant struggle between go [...]

    14. Deidre Daily is a tormented child; physically, emotionally, sexually, and spiritually. Her father is an alcoholic and her mother is a distant, emotionally vacant, woman. She has an uncle who sexually abused her. She is teased at school, and treated like crap from one of the teachers. She is part Irish and part Native, hearing “half-breed” very often. She is confused about life, love and God.In her path to find “God”, the unconditional, loving being who protects us, she finds Fred instead [...]

    15. Deidre's early life was miserable. A drunken father, a disinterested mother, an uncle who molested her, all added up to an unbearable life. She was tormented by nightmares and felt that eyes were watching her at all times. When she began playing with a Ouji board, she came into contact with an "entity" named Fred who claimed to be watching out for her. Fred stayed with her throughout her teen years, refusing to leave even when she asked him to leave."Saving Mary" is the first in a two-part serie [...]

    16. 'Saving Mary: The Possession' is an incredibly interesting memoir of a woman who was plagued by supernatural powers. The book is told in a conversational tone, which makes it easy to put yourself into the middle of the story alongside Deidre and all the things happening around her. The narrative is fast paced and well written, which makes it almost impossible to stop reading until you've finished. The story itself is something that would make your skin crawl while watching a movie; then you reme [...]

    17. This was a very well written spiritual memoir. The author tells her personal story of how over the span of many years she is haunted by spirits and dreams until eventually she becomes possessed. As a young girl she is spiritually curious and since she doesn't really ever hear the voice of God or feel God, she is pulled in by the strong influence of the spirit world that she does feel. Of course, as a young girl, she gets involved in all of this in a very innocent way. The book is a cliff hanger [...]

    18. In Saving Mary, Deidre, who is half-Irish half Indian has gone through alot and seen alot growing up. Not only did spirits follow her around, have disturbing dreams, she also dealt with her dad who was alcoholic, and later on her parents divorce.The memoir takes you on a journey from her younger years to adulthood, the strength it took going through everything happening in her life.Deidre's vivid description, writing style draws the reader into the story. The fact that she experienced being poss [...]

    19. This is a charming, and often poignant memoir of the author's childhood experiences. The story is rich with cultural diversity (the author is Canadian Cree and Irish!), and captures the complexities that divorce and strong family ties bring to the life of a child. It is also a spiritual memoir. The characters are dynamic and the audio version offers an engaging listen!

    20. I won this book through awhile back and just got around to reading it. I wasn't sure about it at first and almost didn't finish it but I pushed through and did. Awesome read!

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