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  • By API Jim on January 3, 2016

    Dr. Bradshaw is the real deal and this work is said to be a work of fiction based on real events. That being said, there is important information that Dr. Bradshaw has outlined, perhaps uniquely, in what he refers to as "Demonology 101. Yes, you are forced to read 50 of the short chapters to get to the "meat" of that information. Still, the overall message of the book is powerful and syncs well with Dr. M.Scott Peck's "People of the Lie." Given Dr. Bradshaw's background, and reading in-between the lines of this book, one can consider this text essential reading on human evil and demonic influences on human behavior.

  • By Solar-Powered on January 3, 2009

    I was so excited to find this after researching the credentials of the author I thought I had really discovered something that would provide valuable information. The other reviews here encouraged me this was something really worthwhile.If you are looking for valid research info on demonology, there are tidbits here, however, you can list them in a few bullet points. And they are nothing that can't be found elsewhere.If you are looking for a well-written exciting story about demons. Pass this one by. The plot is good and has subplots and interesting developments, unfortunately the writing is painfully amateur.Save your money and pass this one by.

  • By Armchair Interviews on April 1, 2008

    There is something terribly wrong at Cyprus College, a small Christian college in Copperville, Indiana. The college is in dire financial trouble, at risk of losing its accreditation, plus a number of other more sinister things are happening on campus. The Board of Directors needs to select a man of impeccable ethical and moral standards who can turn around their financial problems-and that man is Dr. Bradley Green.Brad Green is a specialist who has made a career of turning around financially burdened institutions. He agrees to come out of retirement for the challenge. And that is where the trouble really begins. Besides the financial troubles, Dr. Green discovers drugs, prostitution, excessive use of profanity, and unimaginable abuse by faculty. This is more than just bad behavior; this has a pervasive sense of true evil. Could there be a demon mastermind behind all the evil at the college?Sinister Among Us is truly a one-of-a-kind, totally engrossing tale of how evil in a small college town and on a small Christian campus can invade multiple aspects of daily life and pervert it. This book is not about people's Christian beliefs but it does contain a very frank lesson about what the Christian doctrine as well as other historical documents says about demons and demon possession.You do not have to be a Christian to find this a fascinating story, and this book does not preach or try to convert you. If you are a Christian however, you may learn more about what the Christian doctrine really says about demons than you were ever taught at your church, regardless of your denomination.But this is not a dry reading of facts as author Dr. Bradshaw has taken a likable character and placed him in a seemingly real-life situation to relate the message-and does it masterfully! I was so involved with Brad Green as he struggles to solve the mystery of what is going on, and as he faces the possibility that the root isn't something tangible, that I forgot I was reading a story as it seemed so real!Armchair Interviews says: If you like a mix of reality and possible fantasy of demons-and excellent storytelling, check this out.

  • By Gary Dale Cearley on July 20, 2008

    When Dr. Brad Green, a man who had made his career of saving financially strapped higher education institutions, had his number pulled by Cyprus College, a small religious school in Indiana, he would find that this was no ordinary turnaround job - the school had some major issues to deal with: On campus pimping of students and prostitution, drug selling, embezzlement by board members, selling grades for sexual favors, non-payment of institutional taxes... And the list goes on. As Dr. Green tried to fix the problems he faced mutinies first of the college's board of directors and then of the faculty itself. It doesn't take long for Dr. Green to begin to sense that something supernatural is at play at Cyprus College. He just can't put his finger on it!I found Sinister Among Us to be a very engrossing book. The plot moved right along and I found myself getting pulled in by how Dr. Brad Green, the book's protagonist, became a superstar problem solver. William Brashaw has indeed written a page turner. The way Bradshaw set up Cyprus College's many challenges then ingeniously solves them was well thought out and I found his background on demoniacs (people who are possessed by demons) to be very educational.Now that having been said, I will say that although I liked the two facets of the book, (how the plot unfolded and the background information on demonic possession), I sometimes felt that when the storyline moved away from what was going on around Cyprus College to explaining the history and background of demons possessing humans on earth I sometimes didn't marry the two in my head. Both were extremely interesting to me but for totally different reasons. Could it have been that William Bradshaw had two books he rolled into one? Or could it have been that the author started out with a story on demons but the rest of the plot took a life of its own? I think the latter more likely.Nevertheless I do highly recommend this book. Both the plot and subplot I believe you will find tightly written - even though they are quite different in structure. William Bradshaw was highly successful in capturing my imagination and holding it to the end. I would label this a "thinking man's book"!

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