The Ishbane Conspiracy - Randy Alcorn

The Ishbane Conspiracy

By Randy Alcorn

  • Release Date: 2001-06-12
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 16 Ratings)


Jillian is picture-perfect on the outside, but terrified of getting hurt on the inside. Brittany is a tough girl who trusts almost no one. Ian is a successful athlete who dabbles in the occult. And Rob is a former gang-banger who struggles with guilt, pain, and a newfound faith in God. These four college students will face the ultimate battle between good and evil in a single year. As spiritual warfare rages around them, a dramatic demonic correspondence takes place. Readers can eavesdrop on the enemy, and learn to stave off their own defeat, by reading The Ishbane Conspiracy.


  • Horrible

    By Ekpme
    This was the worst book I have ever read. The writing is terrible; Mr. Alcorn obviously has never taken a writing class. The book is almost all dialogue with no description or character development or depth. The characters are shallow and extremely hard to believe. This all coming from me who is a Christian in high school. Go read To Kill a Mockingbird or Fahrenheit 451, something that is quality literature and will actually teach you something, not this book.