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Preacher John is ready to beat the devil out of you. In his Satanarium he strives to deliver you from evil. This is a war against Satan, one he doesn't intend to lose.
Behind the scenes of humdrum monotony is the harsh reality of religion, up close and personal with the God of the Old Testament. He claims to be merciful, but that remains to be seen.

This is a visceral, violent, and vivid journey. More

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Published by Wild Wolf Publishing
Words: 69,460
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301586080

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Review by: Di Covey on Oct. 26, 2015 :
Poppet grabbed my hand and made me walk through a twisted maze, then she left me to find my way out. A dark, disturbing, psychological thriller that will leave you pondering.

Ramblings ahead. I have no idea how to review this book without sounding like a lunatic. This book. This story is definitely not for everyone, it will make you cringe, it will make you grab your blanky and cry for your momma. Poppet blew my mind, she urged her way into my comfort zone, she grabbed my sanity and ripped it out, she left me staring blankly at the wall.

Satanarium is the second book in the Darkroom Saga, you could probably read this one as a standalone, but I recommend Darkroom before this one.

We are dealing with a religious cult of sorts. Preacher John is sent from his God to save the sinners. This warped world of crazy had my skin crawling... The religious aspect was what triggered my insanity. I had to put the book down several times to regroup, to find my reality. Poppet dug deep, this isn't your average run of the mill psychological thriller. It's so much more, in depth, captivating. If you can fight your way through this story, you will understand my conflicted emotions, there's a deeper meaning within the pages. And to be frank, Poppet knocked it out of the park.

Finish the book and tell me if your head isn't spinning. Tell me you aren't ready to rethink history.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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