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The Soul Collector by Glenn Soucy
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The Soul Collector

by Glenn Soucy

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Off in a small outlet of Lake Tahoe, a powerful demonic force has taken control of a small island, sending out possessive signals to lure and control the weak to commit mass murder and capture souls. At one time, a young Native American boy fought off the possessive force, but was unable to stop the massacre of his family and tribe by some other possessed warriors, nor save the soul of his sister in a face-to-face battle with the demon on the island. But years later, as settlers came and founded nearby Carson City, something has guided wealthy Elizabeth Knight and her personal servant, John Stewart, to buy the land around the outlet, a feeling from her faith that drives her to investigate and determine a way to bravely face and battle the demon collecting souls. Technically, this was a well-written and well-edited paranormal tale of horror, but it never connected with me personally, as the blending of Native American culture, Western bravado, and Christian ritual never fully structured the mythos behind a super-powerful demon working from the gates of hell, and the personal battle and sacrifice to defend against a potential apocalyptical conclusion. It was still an interesting and engaging read for those who love demonic tales that require three barrels of holy water. ( )
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