Invisible Enemies by Lynda D. Brown

February 22, 2018

Rating: ★★★★☆


Abby Harris has a lot going for her at seventeen years old—she’s pretty, she’s one of the most popular girls in school, she’s a talented singer in the youth choir at church, and she’s the apple of God’s eye. However, Satan wages a war with God for Abby’s soul and destruction much like the story of Job in the Bible.


Abby’s life goes downhill once her mother bans her from going to the church she grew up in because in her mother’s mind, the church is a threat to their prosperous way of life. She turns to alcohol and drugs as a way to cope with her depression, and she later loses her virginity to a guy who she had a huge crush on in high school. Her older sister Candace lost her virginity to that same guy after high school graduation.


Invisible Enemies is what you would call a Christian soap opera—a drama filled with sex, lies, betrayal and even murder. It also makes mention of how evil forces unseen to the naked eye work to destroy mankind and how certain individuals obtain wealth via the occult. I enjoyed reading this book from beginning to end, and I look forward to reading more from this author.

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