Saturday, February 23, 2013

Audio Book review - Operation Screwtape by Andrew Farley

Operation Screwtape: The Art of Spiritual War

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Expert linguist Dr. Andrew Farley encounters a device containing thousands of archived files revealing a worldwide spiritual conspiracy. Operation Screwtape is the largest of these files and details the intelligent scheme to steal, kill, and destroy.

"Operation Screwtape channels the creativity and wit of C. S. Lewis while introducing the brilliant insights Andrew Farley is already known for in his bestselling books. This book will entertain you, but it will also challenge you to awaken to some astounding realities that, apparently, the forces of darkness do anything to hide."--David Gregory, New York Times bestselling author of Dinner with a Perfect Stranger

"Andrew Farley's books have had a huge impact on my spiritual life, challenging me to live an authentic, grace-filled life. Operation Screwtape is his latest, most entertaining work yet. Once you start reading this book, you won't want to put it down!"--Bart Millard, lead singer for MercyMe

My Take - I had read The Screwtape Letters years ago and really found them to be interesting and thought provoking.  Operation Screwtape follows along in the same vain.  My husband (who listened along with me) and I had more discussion over this book than any other that we have read (other than the Bible).  This book presents some very thought provoking ideas as far as the Christian Walk is concerned.  These ideas are presented as a lecture course for demons.  The narrator David Cochran Heath does an excellent job of voicing the  lecturing demon.  His laugh and tone of voice would send chills down my spine at times.
I received a review copy of this book through in exchange for a review of my honest opinion.

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