Our Book Review of The Soul Guide
For those of you with a bent for paranormal dark fantasy, Kelly Stock’s The Soul Guide may be just what you are looking for. Set in Clayhill Manor and the dark recesses it offers, Bertram the Caretaker holds the keys to every door, even the one that leads to a land of memories and dreams found beyond a waterfall. Still, Bertram is heartbroken. He has lost his mate, Melissa, the Soul Guide.
The cast includes a newly chosen Soul Guide, Sybil, and her friend Alex, ready to learn the secrets and fend off the Master and the Mephisto, who have been biding their time, waiting for a show of weakness to exploit and extinguish the light.
This story moves at a leisurely pace, great for a lunchtime read or the time before bed when you unwind and then wind up with a good book. Just published on the 18th of February, you can get a copy now for 99-cents or free if you have Kindle Unlimited. The book runs 247 pages or about 5400 units on my Kindle Fire.
Categories: Fiction Book