Cries in the night from her daughter, Heaven, are just the beginning for Gabrielle Harris.
What seem to be nightmares about Heaven's favorite cartoon characters soon lead Gab to a stranger paranormal conspiracy focused on revenge. She's faced with a living nightmare in which friends die and dangerous sorcery is at work.
With only the help of a strange holy man named Danube, Gabrielle battles supernatural forces for her daughter's life and soul, and for her own sanity, especially when she learns she has to face not cartoon characters but demonic forces - and even hell itself. Nothing short of a trip into the depths of Hades will end the terror.
Good story, but I was dissapointed with the ending. After all the build-up, tension and and terrifying excitement, it ended not with a bang, but a whimper. I do hope the author will write a sequel, and it will end better. As a Christian, I enjoy the triumph of good over evil, and the difference faith can make in this eternal battle, but the author gave me the impression that he did not want to go more into this.