When Carlos Santiago, a serial killer, is caught, Titus Winston is appointed to prove that he is insane and, therefore, not responsible for the murders he undoubtedly committed. Santiago has no memory of the crimes, but when questioned, he changes into another personality, claiming to be Satan. Winston and prison chaplain James Dawson interview Santiago/Satan, who discusses the biblical events he has apparently caused.Santiago indeed appears to be two people and Titus and James must establish the truth. The effect on them is profound as Satan outlines his plan to take over the world. Their beliefs are tested to the limit. Is all the world’s evil caused at Satan's wish? Is Santiago a well-informed, vicious murderer, hiding behind a fictional alter ego? Or worse, is that terrifying alter ego real? Is the power of prayer enough to prevent the next stage of Satan’s plan being carried out? Will Satan win them over to his side, or God to his?
Such an amazing read! Couldn't put it down.
This was an amazing book, not always an easy book but truly amazing. I really couldn't put it down, though it did take me a few pages to get into it. Well worth the read, though be surprised re the outcome!
AN AMAZING BOOK. -I do not normally read thrillers or ghostly works, so it was out of my usual comfort zone. Once I started reading, I felt compelled to read more & more, doubt and belief vying with each other.felt the power of evil and was amazed at the biblical quotations-food for thought.- the power of good versus evil, and the desire to read it again.
I do read thrillers and was blown away by the plot, and the factual details of the places and the biblical references, I just hope that this inspires the author to write more books. I could not even guess what was going to happen next, and how it would all end for everyone concerned
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