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Sep 4, 2013

Review - Memory's Door

Memory's Door
A Well Spring Novel, Book 2
By James L. Rubart
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date: August 6, 2013
ISBN: 978-1401686079
Pages: 368

Review:

I had signed up to review Memory's Door through Booksneeze, which I received a free copy in exchange for my honest review, without knowing this is the second book in A Well Spring series. Some Christian novel series have different characters and plots in each installment, but not with this book as it is a continuing story, so I somewhat hesitated about reading the book, leaving it on the coffee table for several weeks before I actually picked it up and started reading.

Reece, Dana, Brandon and Marcus are the four members of the Warriors Rising, which they rage war against the supernatural demons who are determined to corrupt every human being's soul. They have once before battled Satan and now they will come face to face with The Wolf, as the second part of the prophecy has come true, but before they can fight the good fight, they must battle their own demons.

I don't like reading a book when I haven't read the first one, but I easily figured out who was who and what was going on. It may be labeled as a Christian novel, but it does step into the horror genre, which at the times the plot feels more like an episode of Supernatural. The main reason I wanted to read the book was because I had heard good things about the novel Rooms by James L. Rubart, and I can see why he is popular. Memory's Door is an intriguing supernatural thriller with many twists and turns thrown about that kept me interested (and my eyes glued to the pages) until the very end. I'm looking forward to reading book one, Soul's Gate, before the third book comes out next year.


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