reality. A glimpse into the other world that is more real than the
reality we live in 99 percent of our days. The Bible is about a world of
demons and angels and great evil and even greater glory.”
if you could travel inside another person’s soul? To battle for them.
To be part of Jesus healing their deepest wounds. To help set them free
to step boldly into their divinely designed future.
Thirty years ago that’s exactly what Reece Roth did. Until tragedy shattered his life and ripped away his future.
God has drawn Reece out of the shadows to fulfill a prophecy spoken
over him three decades ago. A prophecy about four warriors with the
potential to change the world . . . if Reece will face his deepest
regret and teach them what he has learned.
They gather at a
secluded and mysterious ranch deep in the mountains of Colorado, where
they will learn to see the spiritual world around them with stunning
clarity—and how to step into the supernatural.
Their training is
only the beginning. The four have a destiny to pursue a freedom even
Reece doesn’t fully fathom. But they have an enemy hell-bent on
destroying them and he’ll stop at nothing to keep them from their quest
for true freedom and the coming battle of souls.
high blood pressure or heart conditions be warned: this is a seriously
heart-thumping and satisfying read that goes to the edge, jumps off, and
'builds wings on the way down.'” —Publishers Weekly
First of all, I have to say that James L. Rubart is the king of "What-ifs!"
This work of fiction really makes a person think, just like his previous book – Rooms does. Mr. Rubart states at the end of the book that he doesn't believe it's possible to travel into the soul of another person and battle there, but that is what the book is about.
Each character has their own battles, and are able to help each other overcome those battles. We all have battles that we keep hidden deep in our soul, and those are the ones they are finding and attacking.
We can really use parts of this book in our lives today, if we can just recognize when the enemy is coming after us. Quoting scripture in the face of evil tends to back that evil up, whether it is in a book or facing us on the street.
I will also say, that even though I know this is fiction, it left me wishing I could help some of my friends and family battle their demons. And I want to thank Mr. Rubart for really getting my mind spinning. I could not put this book down, and now I am in the middle of the sequel.
Stay tuned for that review!