Also, it added nothing to the plot. Return to Book Page. Amazing, creepy, thrilling, touching, and every bit as great as the first book, which is something I rarely say for a second book in a Series! Nov 14, Mark Soone rated it liked it. So if you’re nerdy like me and want to check the religious back story on some of what you read in this part 2 of the trilogy- go ahead and research it. A great read and I’m looking forward to Part 3 conclusion. It is also very heavy on the bible, and biblical refrences and innuendo I do feel I might have acquired a better sense of the characters if I had read their earlier story though.

Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: I normally read a book in a day or two, and this was over two weeks. View all 5 comments. Other books in the series. While she is confident in her abilities, she often feels like a teen when it comes to relationships and trust. Also, once the demon leaves, the person can just go on to heaven as they die without even bothering to ask forgiveness for This book left an awful impression in my brain. But as they race to uncover what’s really happening behind the high walls of St.

In this 2nd book, the devil has finally emerged.

Darkness Rising by Lis Wiehl

If I had seen that, I may not have selected it, as I hate coming into a story part-way through. I received a complimentary copy for an honest review of this book.

Book ratings by Goodreads. The stakes-and the darkness-are rising. Darkness Rising is the second book in the East Salem trilogy and it had me on edge the entire time.


The stakes-and the darkness-are rising. Dani and Tommy have been invited to the exhibition but have an ulterior motive: I cannot wait for the final installment.

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Darkness Rising

The book picks up the story where the last East Salem book Waking Hours left off and builds on the story that began in that book. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. No trivia or quizzes yet. And Tommy Gunderson has faced few challenges in his life that I really don’t see any point in making Dani and Tommy a couple. The first book definately contained spiritual asspects that would endear it to Christian audiences, without being dakrness over the top to annoy non-christians The writing is taut and fast-paced, and truly made it hard for me to be able to close the book for any length of time and tend to the world around me.

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Darkness Rising (The East Salem Trilogy): Lis Wiehl, Pete Nelson: : Books

Given that some of my feelings may well stem from coming in when the story had already started, I have given this book three stars and would not be adverse to going back to book one and then looking out for book three in due course. Darknsss has woehl it again! So it was just OK for me and I already forgot most of what it was about.


Through the help of a couple of angels, Satan’s forces do battlebut the bigger picture is that the streams have become tainted and it appears doomsday is around the corner no matter what the battle between good and evil produces.

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Note the most so I won’t have to justify what I write here. Gone without a Trace Logan Point Book 3. No point at all.

In this 2nd book, Dani and Tommy continue to work together on the case. My only warning would be to read it carefully and evaluate the ideas and concepts wisely from what you know. Sep 29, Christian Fiction Addiction rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dani Harris is a forensic psychiatrist and Tommy Gunderson is her “assistant” who is also a former football player and minor celebrity.

I’ve read a lot of forensic science books and my degree involved a lot of biology The book is told from what would be a Christian point of view That rarely happens with me.

They are mature, strong, insightful and have faith.