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Twilight Dynasty: Courting Evil Paperback – Dec 1999


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  • Paperback: 315 pages
  • Publisher: Erica House Book Pub (December 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1893162060
  • ISBN-13: 978-1893162068
  • Product Dimensions: 22.7 x 15.1 x 1.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 476 g

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About the Author

Barry H. Smith is a native born Canadian who practices law at the firm of Neal and Smith. He writes about realistic people placed upon a fictional landscape that blends together elements of mystery, adventure, romance, and the supernatural. He resides in Toronto with his wife Glennys, who is a playwright, and their two sons, Kyle and Dylan.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Engaging horror novel Oct. 10 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Kyle Morrow is a dynamo among the high-powered Toronto law firm Holt, McQuaid, and Morrow. The family law specialist seems to have everything that anyone could desire. He lives with the beautiful former model Jennifer Rowen in a luxurious home. He has all the money he could ever spend in several lifetimes and then some. His peers respect him as one of the nation's top attorneys. In spite of all this, Kyle feels something is lacking. To provide some meaning to his existence, Kyle tries past life regression.
He soon learns that he was a rebel living in Atlantis. His adversary was Ramthar, the high priest of Balial. Ramthar summoned a demon that killed Kyle. In the present, Ramthar has also returned as a powerful industrialist who can destroy Kyle. With his opponent having demons and a cult like following, Kyle must choose the right path if he is to defeat Ramthar.
TWILIGHT DYNASTY: COURTING EVIL is formulaic horror complete with successful evil, demons from hell, heavenly visitors, and magical spells. Though seemingly by the book, Barry H. Smith provides his audience with a terrific terrorizing tale that compares the modern day New Age movement with early Judeo-Christian roots. Fans of in your face horror will devour this story line and demand more novels from Mr. Smith.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Well, I liked it! June 17 2001
By Huntress Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Kyle Morrow was a Family Law lawyer in Toronto. He had a beautiful, live-in girlfriend named Jennifer Raven. His favorite niece was Amanda Stewart who was in a college for achievers. He was well known in his career and lived comfortably. But his life fell into ruin quickly.
Kyle had been having session with Professor Ian Priestly. Ian was a pioneer in Past Life Regressions and was intending to publish his findings soon. Kyle's past had recently shown him to have been Ta-lon of Atlantis long ago.
Another client of Ian's also turned out to be from Atlantis. He had been Ramthar, high priest of Belial. Belial was a demon who needed sacrifices often. Ramthar, in present day, had gotten hold of the ancient and forbidden book known as the Belialicon. The sacrifices were about to begin again. Ramthar and Ta-lon would again do battle!
**** A lot of action and suspense in this story! The demon "pet" was tailing and killing many connected to Kyle and Ian. Many characters I did not include in the synopsis. But it all added up to make a thrilling ride into the unknown territory of Life Regression! ****
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
over my head July 28 2000
By Pamela Stone - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
TWILIGHT DYNASTY is an upfront, supernatural thriller that will hold you in your seat or scare you right out of it. A coed named Amanda Stewart runs out of the Muskoka Woodlands of Canada chased by a creature. Ben Parker who happens to be a reporter rescues her. Amanda is the niece of Kyle Morrow, a high-powered lawyer who is well respected by his peers. Morrow feels that his life is missing something so he decides to try past life regression. This is where I began to lose interest, but decided to read on and boy was I glad that I did. Ben Parker does a newspaper article on his rescue of Amanda ordeals; Morrow realizes that the creature was an exact representation of the creature that Ta-Lon, Kyle's Atlantean incarnation, had succumbed to in his last regression session." Kyle must be very careful how he handles the situation or he will be defeated. It will be a battle of good verses evil.
Barry H. Smith has written a captivating book of supernatural terror. It is filled with cults, magic, demons and heavenly visitors. It is very well written and will most definitely hold the attention of those who thrive on this genre.


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