The Jim Rubart Trilogy by James L. Rubart
Rooms, Book of Days, and The Chair

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James L. Rubart burst onto the scene with his best-selling debut novel Rooms, quickly becoming one of the most acclaimed Christian fiction writers in recent memory. Hailed as “a master storyteller” by, Rubart creates stories that engulf readers and make it “impossible to think of anything else until finished.” (Terri Blackstock, New York Times best-selling author) For the first time, you can now get all three of Rubart’s novels together at once. Rooms, a profound spiritual tale spun with imaginative flair, transports you to rainy Seattle where software tycoon Micah Taylor receives a cryptic note telling of a beachfront home he inherited from an uncle he hasn’t seen in twenty-five years. Micah soon discovers there is more to this home than what is on the surface—it is in fact a physical manifestation of his soul, which God uses to heal Micah’s darkest wounds and lead him into an astonishing new destiny. Book of Days, a fast-paced and thought provoking allegory (and “a great read, why people buy books” according to award-winning author Dan Walsh), explores the power of memories and the lengths some will go to just to keep them alive. Cameron, struggling to remember his wife who was killed two years earlier in an accident, seeks an ancient book to save his mind. But others want to claim it for more nefarious purposes. The Chair, a dynamic fast paced thriller, tells the story of a chair claimed to have been made by Jesus Christ himself. Antique dealer Corin Roscoe, who skeptically bought the chair from an elderly lady, is forced to reconsider its authenticity after a young boy is miraculously healed after sitting in it. Word quickly spreads of the chair’s power, and Corin’s life begins to shatter as he searches for the truth about the artifact and the unexplained phenomena surrounding it. And he's not the only one willing do almost anything to possess the power seemingly connected to the chair.

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Published June 15, 2012 by B&H Books. 1075 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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