Thou shalt not Suffer a Witch to Live by Raymond M. HallYou know those books that make you have a book hangover? Leave you gasping for air? Make you think about them for weeks and months after you read them? Decide to read more novels in that genre? Thou shalt not Suffer a Which to Live is all those things to me.
I loved Thou shalt not Suffer a Which to Live so much. I was so excited to read this book. I came in with high hopes for this book, and it didnt disappoint. I normally dont read books in this genre but I really had interest in reading this. I was completely enthralled when reading this book. I completed the book in less than two days and I honestly could barely put it down. I really enjoyed the mystery aspects of this novel.
The book follows Harry Bridges, who is a retired detective who is thinking about committing suicide. When a friend reaches out to him to help solve the murder of a local teenager. This case would lead to a world he would have never expected.The supernatural takes over and things get really interesting.
I will say that the book is a little slow at times but I enjoy a book like that. I want build up in a story, and I want to be able to see a lot of character development. This has that for sure! I will be honest some of the characters are dislikable and often unrelatable but I did enjoy them none the less.
Also, this book does have some violent and very descriptive scenes in it. I would not recommend this book to readers that cant handle or dont want to read about that. It isnt overly descriptive but it did have moments that had me hanging and made my heart race.
I cant wait to read other books that Raymond M Hall writes! I hope you will check this book out!
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Daniels Question: I have heard that the passage in Exodus which reads "Suffer not a witch to live" was a mistranslation and that instead of "witch" it should have read "poisoner. Answer: No, it's not true. The King James Bible is absolutely correct. The words in their widest use simply refer to a witch or a sorcerer. And the ancient languages Akkadian and Ugaritic prove this. Here are two commonly used sources that verify this:.
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