Cross Roads is the story of Anthony Spencer, a self-made man, savvy and successful in business, but very proud with a very large ego. Anthony (Tony) has a fear that people are watching him. It's so bad he even has a secret apartment. One day while heading to his car in the parking garage, he suffers a cerebral hemorrhage that leaves him in a coma in the hospital ICU.
Tony awakens to find himself in a strange world that he soon learns is part of who he has become. It is in this world that he soon learns about himself. While in the coma, Cabby, a young boy with down syndrome kisses him and Tony soon finds himself looking at the world through the eyes of this young man. Then when Cabby kisses Maggie, a family friend Tony finds himself 'sliding' again.
Just as the protagonist in The Shack met the Trinity, Tony meets Jesus and the Holy Spirit as well. Each time Tony slides he is back within "himself" and has dialogue with interesting 'characters' as well as Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
I required quite a few Kleenex while reading this book, just as I did when I read The Shack, If I had to chose between the two books, I would have to choose The Shack, But Cross Roads is a very good book as well.
I would highly recommend Cross Roads to the adult reader only because a younger audience might not understand all that is happening within the pages.
On a 5-Star scale = 4 Stars.
I would like to thank Sarah Reck and Faith Words, a division of Hachette Book Group, for my ARC copy of Cross Roads. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.