When an otherworldly light engulfed the entire planet, nobody predicted the catastrophic transformation to come. Several unique men, women and children have escaped conversion, and are now bound together with a common resolve.
As the predators they face continue to evolve into more perfect killing machines, Scott, Warren and Missy Walsh, along with over a dozen other survivors, must adapt in order to stay alive.
Join them for the second adventure in this chilling trilogy...it is unlike anything you have experienced before.
©2016 Eric A. Shelman (P)2016 Eric A. shelman
Maybe, even though I did not care for the whole Christianity is bad but Indian mysticism
is good , the ending kind of leaves everything up in the air as to what is going on.
I have Indian friends and they would not appreciate being Stereotyped as badly as this book
stereotypes Indians ad nauseum... And I mean Really Stereotyped to the 10th degree.
No I do not judge all books of a genre by one semi bad one.
Performance was fine.
I would not cut the Indian from the book , But I would tone it down a bit, it's
offensive to hear the harsh stereotyping of Indians.
If you can make it past the - Indian stereotyping then it's not a bad book,
but it's not good either, it is just edging on being bad and almost makes you want to refund it.
Which I almost did.
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