Book of Days

James L. Rubart, B&H, $14.99 trade paper (400p) ISBN 978-1-4336-7151-7
In this supernaturally tinged suspense novel, Rubart (Rooms) crafts a credible legend: a "book of days" contains the past and future, and Cameron Vaux needs to find it. He's only 33, but his father, who died at 59 of dementia, instructed Cameron to find the book. Cameron's late wife, Jessie, who died in a small plane accident, also knew about the book. And now Cameron's own memory is slipping, lending urgency to his quest. He's joined in the hunt by Jessie's foster sister, Ann Banister, a TV adventure show host who's interested in finding out more about her family. The answers for both lie in Three Peaks, a scenic small town in central Oregon that's also headquarters for a New Age group headed by the commanding Jason Judah. Cameron and Ann come off as engaging and well-developed characters, but the constraints of Christian fiction make the New Age guru more caricature than character. Within those constraints, Rubart has created a page-turner. (Jan.)
Reviewed on: 11/22/2010
Release date: 01/01/2011
Genre: Fiction
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