Against the Gates of Hell is a novel that uses drug addiction as a metaphor for HELL. A living hell for twin brother, Kerby Wilson. Once a police officer, Kerby was fired from the job after he loss the ability to cope as a cop. His relationship with twin brother, Herby spiraled down hill too. His marriage ended and now Drugs had become his companion. The twin brothers were raised as Christian by their now deceased parents. Their father build and served as Pastor of a church that they both still attended. Kerby despises the current pastor. Herby wife is feeling like her spiritual worship is suffering because of her husband family church. Herby has a chance to reconnect with his wife but a night on the town doing drugs may end his chance. In the end will there be another mistake made by Kerby that cost him dearly or will his faith be renewed?
Author, Mylow Young, takes the reader into a world of a cop who happens to be a professed Christian. His drug addiction and the coping mechanism of living day to day battling with yourself and the strong hold of drugs. The emotions stirred when reading this novel may leave some readers with reflections about members of your family suffering with a strong hold addictions and possibly provide a different outlook. FAITH and GRACE are the driving forces into this novel. Prayer was the ultimate healing power. The novel makes you feel like you have entered the real word of drug addicts with a family trying to cope with a fallen member. It is a story surrounded by God's grace. A grace that helps you get through those trials and tribulations time after time when your strength has caved in. In essence, this story provides readers that lack first hand the real effect of drug addiction a very thorough look into that world. Its a powerful story of forgiveness, salvation, long suffering and its remarkable ending. This novel sits on my book shelf as a DARN GREAT READ!
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(for readers that don't like preachy novels, its not preachy to me but their is scriptures.)
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