Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
He was driving faster than usual. An intoxicated driver rammed into him. Joe died and was brought back to life. According to the plan it was Joe’s time and he suppose to die. He wasn’t supposed to return to his body. However, the narrator had been with Joe from the beginning. He had never left his side, he saw potential in Joe and he could not let it end in that way.
His return to his body opened him up to spiritual warfare. Joe had few beliefs before the accident. After the accident a man asked if he believed in the devil he replied no. The man said. “He sure believes in you.”
It is difficult to review this book without giving away the plot but I will try. This is a very spiritual book. Veritas is a uniquely written paranormal story.. The authors are genius; they managed to use an understated style in their book. That is a very difficult style and yet for them it works. They convey the spiritual struggle of good versus evil and the theory of reincarnation without resulting to gimmicks.
Veritas is well written. It is intriguing. However, it still needs editing.This would make a fascinating movie. Fans of the paranormal will enjoy Mark Hothi and Bruce Thomas’ Veritas.