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- Publication Date: March 23, 2016
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Spiritually, it just keeps moving along at the level of book one
There is no way I can avoid the 5-star rating for the spiritual level and an award of excellence for Christian Spirit-Filled Speculative fiction. The evil is more visible. That may not seem realistic, but if the spirit world was visible to our minds—it might well look like this. We do need to remember that we are involved in a war. Much of what we do has warfare behind it.
I think my slight disappointment is due to the imagining of what goes on in the heavenlies, as opposed to showing what is going on in the mind of the characters. I didn’t feel quite as involved in the thinking of the characters this time, as I did with Hidden Thrones.
I think my slight disquiet is the whole idea of demons impersonating humans. I believe the Flood happened to get rid of that possibility as well as the abominations produced pre-flood by demons having children with human women. Personally, I believe that our problem now is possession, people inhabited and controlled by demons. But in the scheme of things, that is a minor quibble about an exceptional book, spiritually.
If I hadn’t read Hidden Thrones, the spiritual level might not be as clear. And to be truthful, I like the teaching included in book one. For many this book will be more comfortable, as it falls more inline with a Hollywoodized version of spiritual reality. But the fact is that what is shown in the book parallels the Truth in our daily lives quite well.
It’s a fun read, but I can hardly wait for for the next one and some resolution.