The tale is exceptional at explaining how Satan could be using today's issues and new norms to cultivate his seemingly winning war against God, specifically in developed cultures. I was impressed to read the simple and direct line of thinking with regards to technology and sex that clearly shows a direction away from God's Word. It isn't complicated. In fact, it's too easy. Along with these modern issues, Platt also uses this forum to explain a little about the deeper reasons for pain and suffering or loss. In a humorous way, we see the plight of the demons thwarted by God's grace.
The writing was very easy to follow, though I must admit, I kept thinking there would be a 2-way correspondence, not primarily one. Once I figured that out, it was pretty smooth sailing. My only real complaint was with the drawings and the obvious comic bent they provided. I'm not one to believe there is a demon around every bush, but I don't believe they are little "devils" with horns and a pointy tail. For whatever reason, this overly-done cartoon view of demons makes me feel like telling the one who does the writing/drawing to be careful, but then again, I have nothing to fear either.
I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to any of my Christian friends. Especially those who have enjoyed C.S. Lewis. I am thankful for Tyndale Publishers for providing me with this copy. If you would like a copy of this from them as well, please comment and I will draw a name to win a certificate for a free copy! You can simply take the certificate into a Christian bookstore or mail it to them (instructions are on the certificate) and viola! Don't forget to comment!