The Haunting

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Tyndale House Publishers, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 170 pages
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The occult is a very real influence for today's youth—and the world is only too eager to exploit their curiosity about the supernatural. Tyndale and Bill Myers, cocreator of McGee and Me!, counteract the deceptions presented by immensely popular titles with an innovative approach to juvenile fiction—the Forbidden Doors series. Insightful and straightforward, each volume tackles spiritual warfare by presenting biblical truths through realistic situations and characters.

#4 The Haunting—Scott and Rebecca's greatest enemy, the Ascension Lady, has come to Becka for help! She wants to hold a seance to free the spirit of a little girl that has been haunting an old mansion in town. Then a series of eerie experiences lead Becka and Scott to wonder if what is haunting the old mansion in town is a ghost—or demons.

Soon they are caught up in their most dangerous encounter yet—and it will take a miracle to bring them through safely.

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Review: The Haunting, Forbidden Doors Series #4

User Review  - Christa -

I loved this book!!! It was thought provoking. I loved the part when Becka, Ryan, and Scott were battling demons with scriture verses. It was so excitng! It was scary, but it was awesome! It was very mysterious and teaches you things. It is so cool. Read full review

Review: The Haunting, Forbidden Doors Series #4

User Review  - Abner Santos-Pepin -

Is there a better rate than 5.0?Ah! Ah! Ah! I just love the series. I can't wait to get no. 4 and 5. Please, Mr. Myers write some more. Praise God! Read full review


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Bill Myers ( is a bestselling author and award-winning writer/director whose work has won sixty national and international awards. His books and videos have sold eight million copies and include The Seeing, Eli, The Voice, My Life as, Forbidden Doors, and McGee and Me.

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