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Trapped by Shadows (Elijah Project) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Bill Myers

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Trapped by Shadows Elijah is captured. To find him, Piper and her family must enter the Abyss where Shadow Man draws his powers. The deeper they plunge, the greater the powers try to control and manipulate their human weaknesses . . . until they discover and exercise the spiritual weapons that God has given them. Full description

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Book Three is Darker As The Suspense Continues 17. Januar 2012
Von Steve Taylor - Veröffentlicht auf
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I've been reading this series out-loud to my six year old and he loves them. Book three gets a bit darker but the same silly made-for-TV humor is still there - just not as much of it. The spiritual battle is why I give this book five stars, not because of the story or the writing. But since it's written for little kids I don't expect any highbrow literature. The point of the series is to teach our kids to pray and trust God that He will see things through.

The spacing on this Kindle book was much better then book two (which was all messed up). I could also do without the recapping in the beginning of each book.

1 Star = Pathetic
2 Stars = Fair
3 Stars = Good
4 Stars = Excellent
5 Stars = Life changing

For those who give me a negative vote on my review please comment and let me know why. I'd like to improve my reviews so they can be helpful to those who read them. Please understand I choose not to give a synopsis of the book because it's already given at the top of the books page. In doing so too many reviewers give away too much of the plot. Thank you.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Keeps Me Guessing 25. August 2009
Von MasterAP - Veröffentlicht auf
In book 3 of The Elijah Project, Trapped by Shadows, we find the family reunited, Shadow Man on their heels, and the three goons causing more trouble than help.

Elijah is taken by Shadow Man after his brother, Zach, drives their jeep into a river. The rest of them make it out and onto dry land only to watch Elijah fall prey to a kidnapping.

They decide to pursue and rescue Elijah from Shadow Man's lair...or should I say, his master's lair deep underground.

While all this is taking place, Cody and Willard defy gravity to join in the rescue fun.

But deep in the bowels of the earth, they discover that they will need a lot more help than what they have...

This series is keeping me guessing. At first I thought Elijah was the allegorical Jesus character. Then I thought he might be part of a powerful spiritual kid, now...after learning just a taste of his history I am still in the dark.

Can't wait to dive into the 4th story!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Spiritual warfare in action 7. September 2009
Von Jennifer Slattery, novelist, New Hope Publishers - Veröffentlicht auf
Although this book was not exactly my style, I can see how it might appeal to action-oriented boys. The story is about a specially gifted Christian named Elijah who is being pursued by the evil "Shadow Man". The action begins on the very first page where we find Elijah's parents racing through the night in a frantic effort to find their children who are being chased, unbeknownst to them, by Shadow Man and his evil forces who are rapidly closing in on them in a foreboding black hummer. After a speedy chase through the darkened night, the parents finally catch up to their children and the rusted old, run-down motor home they are driving, only to be stopped by a police man. Or so they think... But when this supposed man of the law snaps handcuffs on Elijah's parents and the children, panic floods them all as they realize that the man isn't a cop at all! In fact, he is nothing more than one of Shadow Man's thugs. And in the next instant, Shadow Man, who has been lurking in the darkness, grabs Elijah, leaving his parents to watch helplessly as their young boy is carried away.

Through action-packed chase scenes, vivid descriptions and a clear, focused plot, Myers does a wonderful job of demonstrating the reality of spiritual warfare in the life of the Christian. Near the end of the story, when the children enter into Shadow Man's territory, they begin to feel the effects of sin. Normally pious Zach suddenly becomes hostile to prayer and Piper struggles with overpowering feelings of selfishness while (name) finds himself completely paralyzed with fear. And for a moment, it appears as if they are without hope...but then Piper remembers the lessons her father has given her throughout the years and begins to use the spiritual weapons she has in Christ.

This book is clean, well-written and theologically sound, but I did have one concern, or question, fairly early on in the story. At the beginning of the story, the young boy named Elijah is referred to as being the one the Scriptures talked about. I must admit, I am not very knowledgeable when it comes to end times prophesy, but this reference to Elijah coming as the form of a young child was rather confusing. I am assuming the book is expanding on the "two witnesses" mentioned in Revelations chapter 11. Most scholars believe one of these witnesses is Elijah who was taken up to heaven without dying (II Kings 2:11), but how he might appear during the end times is uncertain. Because Revelations chapter 11 has led to so many controversial discussions, parents may want to discuss this part of the book further.

Overall, a great book that equips children to stand strong in the Lord.
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