Written to combat the influence of the occult on today's kids, these compelling stories show the reality of spiritual warfare. As Rebecca and her brother, Scott, discover the danger in the occult's deceptive practices, they learn to put their trust in God's truths. When a group of friends decides to visit a local bookstore to meet the star of The Hex, a popular new show on TV, Becka uncovers a spellbinding network of lies beneath the glamorous facade, and struggles to stand up for the truth.
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Review: The Wiccan (Forbidden Doors #11)User Review - Peytyn - Goodreads
A little dark (which is understandable) but still good. I would not suggest for younger kids. Read full review
Review: The Wiccan (Forbidden Doors #11)User Review - joyce lynn - Goodreads
for the same reason as the others. this one, tho, also drove the point home, as to how much influence TV stars, and other such noteable people (sports stars, etc.), have over us, and especially ... Read full review