Soul's Gate Review

I was intrigued by this book based on the concept. Soul's Gate by James L. Rubart imagines a battle for the soul. The idea that someone can inhabit another's soul to battle for them. Imagine being able to save another person by bringing them closer to God. This fictional title explores this concept as four individual set out on this mythical quest to battle for good against evil.
To me, the book was somewhat slow to get started and was hard to get into. I am not sure why, but I did not become immediately interested in the book until after about Chapter Five (so if you like the concept, but are not struck by the book in the first few chapters-- hang in there).
I enjoyed the tying of christian and psychological thriller genres. The combination made for an interesting and thought-compelling read.

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