A young software tycoon inherits a coastal Oregon home that is really a physical manifestation of his soul being used by God to heal the man’s greatest wounds.
Debut author and professional marketer Rubart has created a suspenseful tale in the vein of Ted Dekker’s House, in which inexplicable happenings take over and direct a character’s life. Twenty-five-year-old Micah Taylor receives a mysterious letter from a great-uncle he never knew informing him of a home built for him by said uncle. His interest piqued, Micah, a wealthy software company owner, takes off for the Oregon coast to visit his newly acquired 9,000-square-foot house. What he finds is a shape-shifting, mind-boggling revisiting of his past that jeopardizes his future. With only a handful of letters as his guide, Micah tries to summon up the courage to face old wounds that somehow are connected to various rooms in the house itself. As soon as Taylor opens one door, in floods a sea of memories that he must choose to face or run from. Rubart’s work clips along nicely, and his premise is compelling. (Apr.)
When I started this book I wasn’t aware it was Christian literature and I normally try to stay away from that genre because most are “too preachy” This, however, was a wonderful, spirtual story and glad Kindle offered it for FREE or I never would have tried it.