Sunday, May 18, 2014
Spirit Bridge A Well Spring Series Novel By James L. Rubart Review
The Warriors Riding have battled in astounding supernatural realms, set captives free, and awakened thousands of hearts. But now their only chance of survival depends on calling for The Spirit Bridge.
Reece, Dana, Brandon, and Marcus have achieved staggering success in the spiritual realm . . . but each is reeling from vicious attacks. They need rest. A break from the war.
But the warlord Zennon is raging and will give them no quarter. The demon holds what he believes to be the trump card—a hidden strategy set in motion before Warriors Riding even began—that will detonate the team from the inside out. And he's just set it loose.
The street magician Simon—finally free of Zennon's alternate reality prison—is racing to remember his past before his ignorance obliterates his destiny. Then there's Miyo—a brash young warrior with advanced knowledge of spiritual realities and supernatural armor even Reece doesn't know about. These two will be pivotal in the final war.
If only the Warriors knew which side Simon and Miyo are truly on. If only they knew how to fight against Zennon's final assault.
The Spirit Bridge is the epic conclusion to acclaimed author James L. Rubart's Well Spring series, which will propel each of the Warriors Riding on a quest of true identity, ultimate freedom, and a final battle that will leave them changed forever.
James L. Rubart is a professional marketer and speaker. He is the author of the best-selling novel Rooms as well as Book of Days, The Chair, and Soul's Gate. He lives with his wife and sons in the Pacific Northwest. Facebook: JamesLRubart.
The publisher has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book or advanced reading copy through Book Look Bloggers.
Cassandra's Review- I always hate to read the last book in a series first. I am pleased to report that this is worth reading all the ones before it. I would also highly recommend saving this one for last as it is going to pack a punch. The characters were already fit in the setting and had a purpose which made me focus more on the plot and or plots. I will not give away the ending, but I would recommend reading until the end. I did not want to take a break in between finishing up the book because it was just that good!