Soul Corrupted

Soul Corrupted

Please note that this review may contain spoilers for its prequel, Soul Crossed. You can read my review of this novel [here].

Soul Corrupted was written by Lisa Gail Green and first published in 2015. It follows the continuing trials of Grace and Josh as they try to protect the world by preventing the coming of the Antichrist. The book forms the second part of the Of Demons and Angels series and follows directly on from where Soul Crossed (2014) left off, so you really need to read the novels in sequence to fully appreciate them.

For Grace, Heaven is far from being paradise. Now that she’s been given permission to watch over her family, she can see how her death has destroyed them. Her parents busy themselves in their work and her brother, Noah, has started down a destructive path. Grace knows that if he doesn’t see the light he will soon earn his place in Hell but Mr Griffiths forbids her from interfering. A soul can’t be saved unless they ask for it and so it’s not an angel’s job to interfere with human free will.

Her family issues also put a strain on her relationship with Josh. She’s still unable to put the past behind her. Even though Josh saved her life, she still remembers how he caused her to fall in the first place. Desperate to make things up to Grace, Josh tries to think of a way that he can save Noah. Even if it means doing the unthinkable and dealing with Lucifer once again to ensure his safety.

Lucifer’s deal is devastating, agreeing to Josh’s terms only if he breaks up with Grace. This final betrayal is enough to push Grace over the edge into a full breakdown. To make it worse, it happens at a time when two potential Antichrists suddenly appear. Now that Grace and Josh are separated, it seems harder than ever to save the world while sticking to Heaven’s rigid rules. But to break them invites severe consequences…

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