Blessed Are the Wicked eBook ´ Blessed Are eBook

Blessed Are the Wicked eBook ´ Blessed Are eBook


10 thoughts on “Blessed Are the Wicked

  1. Theresa Theresa says:

    The first book was so great it was scary and compelling This sequel is crap It s whiny, slow, and about all kinds of stuff that has nothing to do with hauntings, possessions, or paranormal stuff.If you liked the first book, stick with that Don t bother with this one Really It s just a long catalog of all the sad stuff that s happened to this guy and the pity party he had for 20 years Blessed are the people who can actually finish this book.


  2. Saba Saba says:

    Based on the cover of the book, I was expecting something really scary I was disappointed The first book is sooo much better and is actually about the haunting This book is basedon the people involved in the aftermath of the haunting and how the haunting effected the family Very slow and boring.


  3. Majanka Majanka says:

    Book Review originally published here Are The Wicked is perhaps one of the worst true haunting books I ve read Why Because it s not about the haunting It s not about what happened at The Union Screaming House which, by the way, is barely touched upon and I, having not read the first book, barely understood what had happened there It s not even about the aftermath, about dealing with demonic possession and the occassional resurfacing of dem Book Review originally published here Are The Wicked is perhaps one of the worst true haunting books I ve read Why Because it s not about the haunting It s not about what happened at The Union Screaming House which, by the way, is barely touched upon and I, having not read the first book, barely understood what had happened there It s not even about the aftermath, about dealing with demonic possession and the occassional resurfacing of demons and ghosts No It s about the author and his family, and that s mostly it.There s not enough about the haunting here, and way too many mundane details about the author and his family The story itself seems over the top and fabricated if a house was truly that wicked, it would be worldwide news, especially in today s era The author offers little proof for what happened besides his own word no real search for the history of the house, no other witness accounts This book reads like a horror movie, or an episode of Goosebumps, except then for grown ups It s too over the top not to be fabricated Even Hollywood isdown to earth when they make horror movies inspired by real events.I m willing to keep an open mind, but when you have poltergeist like phenomena, demonic possession, satanic rituals in the basement.well, then you know you ve just stumbled into lalalala land aka fiction territory.The author also has a very black white view on just about everyone He classifies people as good and bad and leaves out everything in between The writing is boring and sloppy, the author focuses too much on himself instead of on what s happening, the haunting sounds fake, and all in all, there was nothing scary about it


  4. Shannon Shannon says:

    I am not usually a fan of sequels for anything since theyoften than not fall short of part one Blessed Are the Wicked is an exception Mr LaChance has a way of writing that makes you actually feel emotions towards the people in the story I am a veteran paranormal investigator so I could readily relate the crumbling of relationships amongst the team involved in helping the family that moved in after the LaChance family I highly recommend this book as it adds details that were not in t I am not usually a fan of sequels for anything since theyoften than not fall short of part one Blessed Are the Wicked is an exception Mr LaChance has a way of writing that makes you actually feel emotions towards the people in the story I am a veteran paranormal investigator so I could readily relate the crumbling of relationships amongst the team involved in helping the family that moved in after the LaChance family I highly recommend this book as it adds details that were not in the first book


  5. Keith CARTER Keith CARTER says:

    I really enjoyed his first book The Uninvited, but this effort was something of a damp squib for me Mr Lachance seemed to concentrate on his mess of a marriage and deriding his wife, he also concentrates on his dysfunctional family, mainly his eldest daughter Lydia For me a great disappointment.


  6. Duane Ballenger Duane Ballenger says:

    Solid follow up to the Uninvited I now see these two books as a whole Answered a lot of questions I had, but also brought upI appreciate that though, a good narrative will do that sometimes I m a sucker for a true haunting story, I make no apologies for that


  7. Thomas Ballein Thomas Ballein says:

    Just didn t do it for meThe book jumps all over the place he spends 60 percent of the book complaining about his ex wife and another 20 percent of the book just complaining, the book could of been good if anyone else wrote it that had any talent.


  8. Kara Fogle Kara Fogle says:

    Good follow up Not as much paranormal events but intriguing story one the less.


  9. Alicia Alicia says:

    Loved the first one This one.nope.


  10. Sammi Dyer Sammi Dyer says:

    Scariest thing about this book is the cover and that I bought it before I had read the first book I won t make that mistake again, a choice that will haunt me for life


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Blessed Are the Wicked [Download] ➵ Blessed Are the Wicked Author Steven LaChance – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Living with a paranormal storm looming on the horizon, constantly feeling the darkness trying to penetrate his soul, Steven LaChance has discovered that the aftershocks of a demonic possession can be Living with a paranormal storm looming on the horizon, constantly feeling the darkness trying to penetrate his soul, Steven LaChance has discovered that the aftershocks of a demonic possession can be dangerous than the initial haunting itself Marked by the supernatural trauma inflicted by the Union Screaming House as chronicled in his first book, The Uninvited Steven and his family find that no matter where they move, Blessed Are eBook Þ no matter what they do, they are still vulnerable to otherworldly attacksAs malevolent forces continue their relentless assaults, violent outbursts erupt among the close knit community that has been touched by unspeakable evil Fighting for his sanity and his life, Steven records in Blessed Are the Wicked how repressed horror and pain nearly tore his world apart.

    Load results Apple Footer Apple Support Steven and his family find that no matter where they move, Blessed Are eBook Þ no matter what they do, they are still vulnerable to otherworldly attacksAs malevolent forces continue their relentless assaults, violent outbursts erupt among the close knit community that has been touched by unspeakable evil Fighting for his sanity and his life, Steven records in Blessed Are the Wicked how repressed horror and pain nearly tore his world apart."/>
  • Paperback
  • 243 pages
  • Blessed Are the Wicked
  • Steven LaChance
  • 20 January 2019
  • 0738738964

About the Author: Steven LaChance

In , Steven started Missouri Paranormal Research In , Steven retired the group to work on private investigations and research The group then became known as the Paranormal Task Force Steven is responsible for some of the most high profile cases in the last ten years He was the first to investigate these locations and is responsible for putting them onto the paranormal map These locations include, Blessed Are eBook Þ The Union Screaming House, Zombie Road, The Pythian Castle, Enochs Knob, Tri County Truck Stop, The Morse Mill Hotel, and he was the first investigator to be allowed to investigate some of the locations from the famed St Louis Exorcist case which also included a location that only he has been able to investigate that some call the paranormal Holy Grail Steven has been a featured guest on several radio stations across the US, the UK, Canada, Asia, and parts of South Africa Steven is not a stranger to television interviews either and has had many interviews published in newspapers and magazines across the USIn October of , Fear House premiered as the first show of the third season on the Discovery Channels, A Haunting This show featured Steven and the story of the Union Haunting and went onto be rated one of thepopular episodes of that series In addition, he has been interviewed and filmed for inclusion in numerous paranormal documentaries He also has begun directing his own projects with the release of The Morse Mill Project He is currently working on a new exciting film project called, Monstrum which is now in pre production He is also in the process of writing screenplays for other notable projects Steven is also a published author His short story was published by Barnes and Noble in , and he is a contributor to magazines dealing with paranormal activity In , The Uninvited was released by Llewellyn Worldwide as a major project The book received critical acclaim finding its way onto many best of lists The Uninvited was also released in a French version in Steven was also included in the books Weird Hauntings and Weird Missouri His book Crazy hit the scene in the fall of with great reviews and also found its way onto best of lists for that year The Uninvited can also be found in The Library of Congress Steven has appeared on numerous television and radio programs He has been a featured guest on Fox News Mike Juliet Show, Fox News, NBC News, CBS News, the Discovery Channel, plus manyincluding his starring appearance in the Booth Brothers documentaries Children of the Grave and The Possessed Steven has also completed a documentary for the Fifth Season DVD release of Warner Home Videos Supernatural the popular television series about two brothers that hunt demons His interview skills are sharp and he has interviewed people such as Geraldo Rivera, Anne Rice, Jay Barbree, and Mary Jane Popp, just to name a few His stage credits as a stage actor are numerous Stevens voice over talents are many, including Wendy s and Shoney s commercials Steven has many media projects in process and numerous others in the planning stages Steven s latest book, Blessed Are The Wicked is the stand alone sequel to his worldwide bestselling book, The Uninvited Already people are saying both of these books are destined to become classics in the genre of true horror.


10 thoughts on “Blessed Are the Wicked

  1. Theresa Theresa says:

    The first book was so great it was scary and compelling This sequel is crap It s whiny, slow, and about all kinds of stuff that has nothing to do with hauntings, possessions, or paranormal stuff.If you liked the first book, stick with that Don t bother with this one Really It s just a long catalog of all the sad stuff that s happened to this guy and the pity party he had for 20 years Blessed are the people who can actually finish this book.

  2. Saba Saba says:

    Based on the cover of the book, I was expecting something really scary I was disappointed The first book is sooo much better and is actually about the haunting This book is basedon the people involved in the aftermath of the haunting and how the haunting effected the family Very slow and boring.

  3. Majanka Majanka says:

    Book Review originally published here Are The Wicked is perhaps one of the worst true haunting books I ve read Why Because it s not about the haunting It s not about what happened at The Union Screaming House which, by the way, is barely touched upon and I, having not read the first book, barely understood what had happened there It s not even about the aftermath, about dealing with demonic possession and the occassional resurfacing of dem Book Review originally published here Are The Wicked is perhaps one of the worst true haunting books I ve read Why Because it s not about the haunting It s not about what happened at The Union Screaming House which, by the way, is barely touched upon and I, having not read the first book, barely understood what had happened there It s not even about the aftermath, about dealing with demonic possession and the occassional resurfacing of demons and ghosts No It s about the author and his family, and that s mostly it.There s not enough about the haunting here, and way too many mundane details about the author and his family The story itself seems over the top and fabricated if a house was truly that wicked, it would be worldwide news, especially in today s era The author offers little proof for what happened besides his own word no real search for the history of the house, no other witness accounts This book reads like a horror movie, or an episode of Goosebumps, except then for grown ups It s too over the top not to be fabricated Even Hollywood isdown to earth when they make horror movies inspired by real events.I m willing to keep an open mind, but when you have poltergeist like phenomena, demonic possession, satanic rituals in the basement.well, then you know you ve just stumbled into lalalala land aka fiction territory.The author also has a very black white view on just about everyone He classifies people as good and bad and leaves out everything in between The writing is boring and sloppy, the author focuses too much on himself instead of on what s happening, the haunting sounds fake, and all in all, there was nothing scary about it

  4. Shannon Shannon says:

    I am not usually a fan of sequels for anything since theyoften than not fall short of part one Blessed Are the Wicked is an exception Mr LaChance has a way of writing that makes you actually feel emotions towards the people in the story I am a veteran paranormal investigator so I could readily relate the crumbling of relationships amongst the team involved in helping the family that moved in after the LaChance family I highly recommend this book as it adds details that were not in t I am not usually a fan of sequels for anything since theyoften than not fall short of part one Blessed Are the Wicked is an exception Mr LaChance has a way of writing that makes you actually feel emotions towards the people in the story I am a veteran paranormal investigator so I could readily relate the crumbling of relationships amongst the team involved in helping the family that moved in after the LaChance family I highly recommend this book as it adds details that were not in the first book

  5. Keith CARTER Keith CARTER says:

    I really enjoyed his first book The Uninvited, but this effort was something of a damp squib for me Mr Lachance seemed to concentrate on his mess of a marriage and deriding his wife, he also concentrates on his dysfunctional family, mainly his eldest daughter Lydia For me a great disappointment.

  6. Duane Ballenger Duane Ballenger says:

    Solid follow up to the Uninvited I now see these two books as a whole Answered a lot of questions I had, but also brought upI appreciate that though, a good narrative will do that sometimes I m a sucker for a true haunting story, I make no apologies for that

  7. Thomas Ballein Thomas Ballein says:

    Just didn t do it for meThe book jumps all over the place he spends 60 percent of the book complaining about his ex wife and another 20 percent of the book just complaining, the book could of been good if anyone else wrote it that had any talent.

  8. Kara Fogle Kara Fogle says:

    Good follow up Not as much paranormal events but intriguing story one the less.

  9. Alicia Alicia says:

    Loved the first one This one.nope.

  10. Sammi Dyer Sammi Dyer says:

    Scariest thing about this book is the cover and that I bought it before I had read the first book I won t make that mistake again, a choice that will haunt me for life

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