A Trip into the Supernatural
By: Roger J. Moreau
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Summary: "Face it, Morneau, you're not your own master. I wish you were, but you're not. The spirits own you in your entirety, and the sooner you acknowledge that, . . . the better off you'll be." Roland began pacing the floor, wringing his hands. "What I'm about to say to you I'd rather tell my enemies, instead of a longtime friend."
Review: In a trip into the Supernatural Roger Moreau tells the story in narrative/first person form; of his journey from worshiping spirits to becoming a Seventh-Day Adventist. The back of the book was misleading in that it portrayed that the book would have more scenes like that in it, when really the book was like a bible study for Adventist beliefs, which is fine, but just be aware of this before buying or reading this book.
Roger Moreau talked about himself in a very relatable way however the other characters/people seemed flat, descriptions of them very nominal. In addition when any important event happened I did not feel like I was there right along with the characters/ and or people. Everything just felt very vague.
If you are looking for what Seventh-Day Adventists believe and almost a bible study this is the book for you. If your just looking for a story then I would not recommend this book.