Dialogue With The Devil

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I see some grammer mistakes and needs a little clean up but DON'T change anything!!!

A Dialogue With The Devil

This needs to be read by everyone and there is nothing out there like it. This is going to be a book that is going to take the world by storm, seriously. I don't tell that to anyone and have been writing for over twenty years and let me tell you, there is nothing out there like this. Mitch Hyman, Author of "Hitmen in Paradise" Jul 13, Terry rated it really liked it Shelves: favorite-author.

I loved Stephen Biro 's first book so much, the honesty, and the sincerity with which he writes, that I cannot wait to get my hands on , and finish up with the 3rd book of the trilogy. Stephen, I hope you continue to write, because you have a gift, and I believe you have a lot more to say. A more in-depth review will definitely follow as soon I am able to finish each book. Aug 02, Rachel rated it it was amazing.

This book is absolutely one of a kind. I read it twice because it was unlike anything I've ever read and I wanted to process everything. I actually earmarked parts of the book, namely the part where the devil says how he has all the televangelists under his power and gives reasons why. Couldn't agree more. Good job Stephen! Looking forward to reading more from you! View 2 comments.


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This is a powerful book. It needs a little clean up but DON'T change anything!!! Though the book is a follow up to Stephen's first book Hellucination, it would be unfair to really compare the two and for the sake of this review I'll judge Dialogue on its own. The book is as straight forward as the title infers, that this will be a discussion between Stephen Biro and The Devil, each chapter representing a seperate conversation that the two have together.

Where I had a hard time deciding how I felt about the book, came down to do I belive the character is truly having a conversation with the Devil or is this a more internal conversation he is having with himself. I'm leaning more towards the thought that this is a more internal demon he is wrestling with as he is debating society and the current condition we are living in and the damnation that soon may follow. These insights that Biro has range from amusing, cynical, and disturbing some times in the later chapters all three at one time.

As the dialogues stop becoming about the world around us and seem to focus more and more on Biros personal life, it at times feels as though maybe we are reading to much that some things should be kept hidden in the recessess of our subconscious but Biro bravely puts it all out there, in the face of personal damnation.

I wouldn't say this book is for everyone, some would laugh at the notion of a man talking to The Devil while others may simply may not be secure enough in their faith to wrap there fingers around this books spine. But for those willing to take the plunge into darkness and eaves drop upon this depraved conversation you may learn a thing or two and for a few others out there, this may be the book that could save their soul. Jul 04, Reader Girl rated it it was amazing Shelves: good-stuff.

I was given and advanced copy. I was not expecting this. I don't know what to think. I loved Hellucination It was mind blowing and scared me in ways, I wasn't prepared for but this Stephen Biro, the Author of both books is something, I cannot explain.


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  7. I met him at a horror convention back in and stayed in contact, hence the advanced copy of Dialogue. The book is Mr. Biro talking to Lucifer. Asking him questions, being told answers about hi I was given and advanced copy. Asking him questions, being told answers about history, the fall, war, ego, Revelations and withstanding so many personal attacks that the writer had to work thru to get to the end. The Devil in this, goes so in depth in the workings of the mind and our society that it truly scared me more times then I wanted to confront.

    Greed, lust, fame and fortune are truly splayed out in ways that only The Devil or maybe a demon would know and showcase for us to read about. Meanwhile, the answers He gives to the questions asked are so manipulative, so over the top but sometimes, never answering the question but doing so, in a way shows some truth but yanks it away.

    Dialogues with the Devil

    It's unlike anything I have ever read before. Jan 08, Uncle rated it did not like it. I really don't like to give negative reviews to anyone's art or experiences, but, I couldn't help but think of two things while reading this: 1. I felt like I was reading C. I've had real encounters with the demonic I formally participated in several Catholic Church authorized exorcisms and also having a long history and education in occultism Given Biro's work in underground, cult films If this were listed as 'fiction' I would probably rate it higher.

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    Biro is a talented writer. But, since this book is written as 'non-fiction' I have to challenge it's veracity. Two books that I consistently recommend to those interested in the subject of evil, the Devil, exorcisms etc. Gabriele Amorth. Both books paint a very, very different portrait of the Devil than the one in which Biro paints. That's my two cents worth. View 1 comment. Dec 19, Jay Douglass rated it really liked it.

    The author brings a unique perspective to Dialogue With the Devil because he's been to Hell,been manipulated by the Devil and ultimately saved by the Lord. Biro does it such a way that is not at all preachy, even though his point of reference is his Christian upbringing.

    This book is just so special in that it makes you pontificate. It gives the reader with a no nonsense insight into The Bigger Picture. The book is fluid and well paced in its structure,which is a credit to Biro's gifted writing sty The author brings a unique perspective to Dialogue With the Devil because he's been to Hell,been manipulated by the Devil and ultimately saved by the Lord. The book is fluid and well paced in its structure,which is a credit to Biro's gifted writing style tackling a controversial and heavy subject.

    I would recommend this to anyone with even a passing interest in spirituality and philosophy. Highly recommended.

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    Prepare for your world to be eternally transformed. This truly a thinking man's book. Dec 19, Mike rated it it was amazing Shelves: occult , religion , demonology. In Dialogue with the Devil, Stephen Biro presents a very compelling argument and conversation about faith, religion, and the state of the world, in the form of a direct interview with Satan himself. Whether you are a believer or not, the book provides a very enthralling read, keeping you turning the pages to see what kind of insights will be revealed next. This book leads the reader to do a lot of soul searching about their own personal belief and how they feel about the state of the world that In Dialogue with the Devil, Stephen Biro presents a very compelling argument and conversation about faith, religion, and the state of the world, in the form of a direct interview with Satan himself.

    This book leads the reader to do a lot of soul searching about their own personal belief and how they feel about the state of the world that we live in. Highly evocative and recommended. Nov 10, Jennifer Lea rated it did not like it Shelves: first-reads.

    I'd really rather not say why this book wasn't for me It just wasn't; end of story. I kinda forgot I won this book on Goodreads. Thank you, Goodreads for the opportunity to read this book. This was the first time I didn't see fit to give a book more than one star. I'm not sure if I am to apologize. I'm not sure just who's fault that is.

    However, I hope to more Great Reads in the future. Jul 04, Kelly rated it it was amazing. I bought it on Kindle from Amazon. I read Stephen's Hellucination and was floored but this is another beast entirely. Stephen talks to the Devil and asks him the questions mankind faces in the war between Heaven and Hell.

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    I loved Helluciation and didn't know where the writer would go next. Needless to say, this book gave me nightmares. Nigel Lata-Burston rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Dee Hendricks rated it liked it Apr 08, O'brien rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Deb rated it it was amazing Jul 06, Christopher rated it did not like it Apr 15, Farmer Vincent rated it it was amazing Jul 06, Shoshanna rated it really liked it Jan 27, Razorsharppunk Will rated it really liked it Jun 24, Faisal rated it liked it Sep 06, Holly rated it it was ok Jul 29, Greggmcg rated it really liked it Aug 01, Paul rated it it was amazing Sep 04, Johnbaptist rated it did not like it Aug 15, Marco Barbosa rated it did not like it Jul 20, Cameron rated it it was ok Aug 31, Folashade rated it it was amazing Jul 02, Anna Lazarova rated it really liked it Sep 13, John Jose rated it it was amazing May 27, Readers also enjoyed.