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  • Posted September 1, 2013

    James Rubart has a new book out: Memory's Door, the second inst


    James Rubart has a new book out: Memory's Door, the second installment in the Well Springs series. All the characters I came to love in the first book, Soul's Gate are back...this time with even more challenges as they press into God. The crux of this book is an allegory about how Satan will disguise himself as the angel of light and trick us into believing there are certain parts of us or our past too dangerous to bring into the light. If we just stuff them deep enough, we'll be okay. But if they ever come out...our lives as we know them are over. 
    Memory's Door is a great sequel, but it does not stand alone. This is a series that should be read in order and with a heart open to the idea of having the box we place God in stretched. My husband and I both really enjoy this series and Jim's writing.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 23, 2013

    This is one of those books that is kind of ┬┐out there┬┐ but I lov

    This is one of those books that is kind of “out there” but I love it! When I say it’s “out there” I mean in how the author depicts the characters doing battle within a person’s soul. I do believe in spiritual warfare but not in the sense the author portrays it here. I love following these characters as they struggle through difficult situations both physically and spiritually. This book focused on Marcus which I really enjoyed. He’s an extremely intelligent man who is just starting to get his priorities straightened out. He faces some difficult decisions and situations that threaten to tear him apart. 
    This story is fast paced in regards to the action. The author does a good job drawing me into the story, I want to know what’s going to happen next. There are some twists to the story as well that I didn’t see coming. I’m looking forward to what will happen next with the Warriors Riding.
    Even though I find the story a little “out there” there are some strong messages that will applies to our own Christian walk. Including the importance of doing battle in the spiritual realm for those around us. The story also reminded me that it is easy to let priorities get skewed.
    Disclaimer: I did receive this book from the publisher but was under no obligation to give anything but my honest opinion.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 21, 2013

    The author does a fantastic job of weaving together this story a

    The author does a fantastic job of weaving together this story and letting it grow into what it is, bringing you smack into the middle of this supernatural battle. It is a fast paced, action packed Christian story that is hard to put down, especially if you enjoy this genre of fiction.

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