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.
It’s very rare to find a fiction book where you can see the Holy Spirit totally immersed, but Spirit Bridge is one of those rare books.
I have read wonderful reviews about the first two books in this series but it never worked out for me to get my hands on them. But that wasn’t the case with the last book in the series.
There’s so much truth in this book I can’t even begin to dive into it all. I can say if you struggle with reading fiction because you want more of a spiritual encounter then this book (and probably series) is the book you should take a chance on.
I always worry about reading a book when I haven’t read the first few in the series, and although I didn’t know everything that had happened with the characters earlier I felt I caught on easily enough and could still appreciate the book. However, it did make me hunger to read the first two books.
I could really relate to one character more than the others, Brandon. He is The Song but his voice was taken from him in the second book. He’s angry and wants to give up. I’ll be honest, I have often wondered what I would do if my ability to sing was taken away. I love leading worship, I would feel a part of me is missing.
But the Spirit has some amazing plans for Brandon’s voice and uses him in extraordinary ways that his previous voice could’ve never been used and to reach people in ways only the Spirit could reach them.
You’ll have to read the book to find out how that is done. This one is highly recommended.
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A copy of this book was given to me by the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers program in exchange for an honest review.