‘Saving Mary: The Possession’ is a thrilling, rather emotional and sometimes scary journey. Deidre clearly had bigger problems to worry about than fitting in with people at school. I have honestly never read a book like this one before and I found it rather interesting. To be honest, it is a bit scary and unnerving. I mean this is the story of a girl who has entities following her. She is torn between good and evil, literally. She is not sure what kind of entities that are with her constantly whether it good or evil. So after a while she begins to feel lost. She seeks help from a few different experts but those all end with epic failures.
I have a major respect for this author. The author shares the memories to the world. That is always a great benefit of sharing stories like this, it may help others.
This book kept me intrigued all the way through. However I was expecting something really big to happen and to me there wasn’t really a climax. Other than that it was a good read. It was a story where you felt for Deidre, I wanted to help her. It was also rather chilling to read about all the crazy scary things that have happened to her. I’m rather interested to see what the sequel holds. I give ‘Saving Mary: The Possession’ three stars.
Saving Mary: The Possession
Publishing Date: March 30, 2013
Genre: religious, memoir