Thursday, November 22, 2012

Soul's Gate - Book Review

Due to my work schedule I am totally late on this Book review. My deepest apologies to Litfuse, Thomas Nelson and author James Rubart! (If it is any consolation I ABSOLUTELY LOVED the book!!).

Everyone has God given gifts.  What if your gift included teleportation or even stranger, going INTO someone else’s soul?!?! This book explores a tale of adventure, misadventure, probabilities, and impossibilities.

Title – Soul’s Gate                           Author James L. Rubart           Publisher Thomas Nelson                   Date of publication – November, 2012                                                   Number of pages 400

* Thomas Nelson Publishing via Litfuse has provided me with an advanced, complimentary copy of “Soul’s Gate” to read in order to write my review.*

About The Author:
James Rubart
James L. Rubart is a professional marketer, speaker, and writer. He serves on the board of the Northwest Christian Writers Association and lives with his wife and sons in Seattle, Washington.  You can learn more about the author by going HERE and HERE.  You can also visit James Rubart on Facebook and Twitter!

Now the good stuff, MY review!

This book was AWESOME!  Spiritual gifts at its finest!  The author transports you into the story.  You believe and want to believe that the story is true and possible!  The books make you believe in the prophecy and the team! The author, James Rubart, gives us a handful of unsuspected heroes, in an implausible scenario in a very believable and endearing way.  The heroes/main characters are flawed, confused, pained and trying to heal from various life issues, and yet they are strong, courageous, and willing to step outside of themselves (LITERALLY!) to help others.  They are tested in incredible ways and left wondering what can God possibly see in them to use.  An exciting, edge of your seat page-turner with a spiritual twist.  This book is a very nice mix of sci-fi, fantasy, and faith!  The leader of this group of warriors is the most flawed of them all but yet has too lead others into uncertain danger.  A good look at the grace, mercy, and faithfulness of God in spite of ourselves.

This book would be a good read for readers of all ages interested in spiritual gifts, fantasy, the improbable, and the implausible!  It is a great book for book clubs.  This book is a must read for anyone who has ever been curious about, or interested in the battle between good and evil and the weapons of our warfare!  I am anxiously awaiting the next excerpt of the wellspring series!  On a scale of 1-10, I give this book a solid 9!  If you have a reader in the family add this book to your Christmas list!

Blessings All!

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Jim Rubart 24 November, 2012 13:15

Wow, appreciate the support so much, Regina!

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