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In “Harvest of Souls Crossover”, V.A. McCloud weaves together the physical and spiritual realms to invoke a narrative that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. Set in a world very much like our own yet, at the same time, completely different, “Harvest of Souls Crossover” exposes the reality of the Unseen realm by incorporating it into the seemingly casual story of Grandpa Howdy, one of the oldest and wisest men in the land, and his family. Having managed a business which provides educational training and consulting services for seventeen years, McCloud’s writing can be said to be entertainingly educational, with poignant teachings interspersed into the casual yet gripping narrative. Grandpa Howdy’s wisdom, which he imparts to his grandchildren are timeless and spiritual, provoking a deep sense of introspection to the reader. 

Centred around Grandpa Howdy’s quest to keep the sleeping Forefathers safe from the evil villain Shuby and his high-ranking officers who seek to destroy them, “Harvest of Souls Crossover” follows the story of how Grandpa Howdy’s grandchildren – Thunderbolt, Meek, Songbird, and Faithful, awaken their God-given talents to use in the war of good against evil. The youths’ normal lives turn upside down as they notice sudden and frightening changes in their physique, psyche, and abilities as they are burdened with the task of helping to protect the Forefathers and, consequently, the salvation of the world of light.

McCloud’s “Harvest of Souls Crossover” is an exposition of what is truly happening in the unseen realm of the spirit. The battle between the godly and the evil wages unbeknownst and only the ones who are truly of God and follow His word are aware of it and are able to partake effectively. 

Embark on a journey into the spiritual realm and be introduced to spiritual warfare by the teachings and wisdom of Grandpa Howdy which he imparts to his grandchildren and to whoever has the ear to listen.

Purchase the Book Today on Amazon.

Rating: 4.8/5 Stars
Reviewer: Ava Stronach
Date of Review: June 15, 2024

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