Monday, March 27, 2023

"Save My Soul" by K.S. Haigwood

Kendra died on the operating table after a rappelling accident. But a guardian angel tricks her into agreeing to help save the soul of her doctor, but he forgot to mention that she only has 1 week, and failure will cost her her soul as well as his. How do you convince someone with every reason to distrust God to return to believing in Him?

This was an interesting story. I found the idea that everyone has a guardian angel as well as a guardian demon trying to influence them quite interesting, and plausible. It really makes you think not only about how your decisions affected not just yourself, but those around you. And it also would certainly seem to explain a lot of the way we see others behaving to see it as them listening to the inner voice of either their angel or demon.

I enjoyed this story quite a bit. I'm not normally all that interested in books with a major religious theme, but this one did not only catch my interest, but it held it despite the religious theme inherent in a book about fighting to save someone's soul from Hell. I think this book would appeal to most anyone, regardless of whether or not you are a believer. It was an interesting story with an interesting perspective


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