D.A. Dorward

Author of The Devil Made Me Do It

Latest Book Release

The Devil Made Me Do It – An Ongoing Battle for Humanity’s Soul

The path to being a better person, to yourself and others, is easy to see, but not always easy to walk. Come join me on this journey of self-evaluation and discovery.

About the book

Come on this journey with me and I promise it will be a rollercoaster of emotions but worth the ride as we discuss the good and the bad humanity has to offer. But here is the crazy thing, good and bad are not always easily distinguishable from one another and evil, true evil, dirties the window we try and view each of our worlds through. How do I know? Inside this book is a controversial conversation that will challenge you, anger you, enlighten you and maybe even change you. It will challenge your egregores; that group think you didn’t even know you belong to and the sources of information you rely on.

The path to being a better person, to yourself and others, is easy to see, but not always easy to walk. Come join me on this journey of self-evaluation and discovery. You won’t forget it!

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NO TIME TO READ? NO PROBLEM. LISTEN TO IT

What The Critics Say

TESTIMONIALS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

What Is Our Life’s Purpose?

The first sentence of this book drew me in…

The authentic conversation was compelling and kept me interested from start to finish which is a feat in and of itself as my preferred genre is historical fiction. It could be said there is a lovely blending of fact and fiction in this tactful forthcoming interview. Dorward’s depiction of knowledge coming from Lucifer himself has a natural ebb and flow in current-day conversation; just as if I were reading a peer-reviewed article, I wouldn’t have questioned its content because this text was written in an equally confident and thorough manner.

The antagonist and protagonist role collide often and in a beautiful way. It’s also done to the degree I can find empathy and understanding with the Devil just as easily as I do its human character. On the top of one page, I’m actively agreeing with the former and by the end I’m surprisingly on the side of the latter. It’s a well-designed juxtaposition causing the mind to juggle between what you think you know versus what you’re challenged to know. Dorward sets a goal for me as the reader to want to investigate and research on my own time the ideologies of theology and that goal will be accomplished, an egregore in the making.

Karen J.D. Prucha, MA

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