- File Size: 1376 KB
- Print Length: 270 pages
- Publisher: Full Fathom Five Digital (September 9, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 9, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XID2BQ2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
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In addition to the first person narrations of Josh and Grace, this time around we also get inside Noah (Grace's brother) and Keira (Josh's demon friend from the first book) who both prove to be very interesting and sympathetic characters. In fact both of them come off as more sympathetic than Grace even though they are batting for the wrong team, so to speak. I particular enjoyed learning about Keira's past and seeing Grace through Noah's eyes.
There are plenty of twists to the story and I honestly didn't see the ending coming. For all that this is a book about religion, the author managed to avoid being offensive or pushing any beliefs beyond the non controversial, murder is wrong. If she has any message it is: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions". Unlike the last book, this one does end on a cliff-hanger.
3 ½ stars!
When Josh saved Grace’s life and was given another chance at a better afterlife, with Grace at his side in Heaven. They are finally in each other’s arms, but Grace is having trouble adjusting to her new found happiness – worrying that she doesn’t deserve to be so happy when her family is still in such turmoil over her loss. And when her and Josh are put back on Anti-Christ lookout duty, Grace can only think of her family – her little brother Noah who seems to be headed down the path that Josh was once on, straight to the Boss himself. With Keira now battling for Noah’s soul and the Boss trying to distract Grace and Josh from the next Anti-Christ, the two heavenly beings start to feel the strain on their relationship.
And now that Josh has made a deal with the Boss once more, in an attempt to keep Grace out of harm’s way and save Noah from a terrible decision, Josh is forced to pretend he no longer loves Grace – which breaks her further, but also helps her pull herself together and realize what she wants and how she needs to get it. The only problem with Grace’s problems is everything – Noah may have already lost a losing battle, Josh might be heading back “downstairs”, and Grace could lose everything she ever loved. It’s a battle of good, evil, and the power of love.
I really enjoyed this book – it left right where the last left off, but with Grace’s guilt overwhelming her to the point of affecting everything from her “job” to her relationships. Josh’s all consuming love for Grace should be enough, but you can feel that there is something between them almost from the first page. I definitely thought there could have been a little more insight into Grace’s thoughts for her actions – I was left feeling a little confused and bummed (no spoilers though!). I am hoping that the final book in the series will answer all those burning questions I at least was left with…good middle, but certainly expecting something big for the next book!
*Possible spoilers if you haven't read book one, Soul Crossed*
Man, I've seen some beautiful covers lately.. But this one needs a moment of appreciation. The cover designer for this series is amazing!
Soul Corrupted is the sequel to the amazing Soul Crossed. That review was quite a while back, so if you've been with me that long, you'll remember that I really enjoyed Soul Crossed. It was a little tropey at times, but it totally pulled me right out of the reading slump I was in at the time. I don't even know how it's possible, but I actually liked Soul Corrupted a bit more. It had this...new level of darkness that the first book didn't have. Of course, the first book had some definite dark moments, but Soul Corrupted has some serious "OH ^&^%" moments.. The stakes are even higher for Josh and Grace. I think that these high stakes brought out a feistier side in Grace that I really wanted to see in Soul Crossed. She's actually becoming more of a fighter, which was an aspect of her personality that really started coming out at the end of Soul Crossed. There's some definite character development for both Grace and Josh, which is great to see. I absolutely adored how supportive Josh was of Grace in this book. She's going through a massively hard time with her brother spiraling downhill back in the land of the living, and Josh made a point of trying to help, even though he himself is still struggling with his own personal demons.
Soul Corrupted is a worthy sequel to Soul Crossed. I can't wait for book three! Five out of five stars!
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