Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Review - A Soul Worth Taking
Hell wants him.
Heaven wants to save him.
What would you do when those you love most are ripped away?
After tragedy strikes Mike Moore, he is visited by two mysterious strangers. One sees an opportunity to take advantage of him while he's in his darkest moments and takes him to the lowest depths of his soul, tempting his desires to take revenge for what he has lost. The other tries to help him rise above the darkness, giving him the support he needs to fight against the evil that has come for him. What transpires is a personal struggle between good and evil.
Really quite the story of good versus evil. It really makes you think about what you might do in the same or similar situation.
Mike and his wife have a good life until tragedy strikes. And as you follow Mike though the rest of the story you really see him struggle with his loss and the challenges posed to him by one of the strangers he encounters. You go though hoping he chooses the right path. But you understand how he wants revenge.
Its a captivating story. You want to know what happens to Mike. The characters are well developed and interesting. There were a couple of awkward moments in the flow of the story, but nothing too obvious or permanently distracting. If you are looking for a classic tale of good vs evil and the choices involved in the free will man is born with. Than this is a book you should definitely pick up.