He’s been running from his calling, his troubles, and his demons. His demons just caught up. He has a unique name... and a unique problem. A member of Montana’s Crow tribe, he is called Dylan Runs Ahead. But that name couldn’t be more off, because he’s spent years running away - from his family, his people, his past... and himself. Now he’s running out of places to run. He’s haunted by his younger sister’s disappearance, the recent death of a friend, and his impending sense of being chosen for something of great importance. But before Dylan can figure out what it really means to be chosen, and whether he’s going to embrace the cost of that calling, he’s going to have to slow down and face the demons he’s been running from. Demons that are all too real... and aren’t about to back down. Enter a world where things aren’t quite what they seem... a novel bursting with supernatural suspense, well-crafted characters, and spiritual insights that will defy your expectations and leave you both breathless and hopeful.
Where do I start? I am on chapter 11 and I had to come write a review before anyone wasted their money on this book. I just finished "The Help" and it was amazing the way the author makes you feel like your right there in the story, how advanced the author is in her writting, the depth of the story, it was great! I'm also reading, Night World No. 1: Secret Vampire; Daughters of Darkness; Spellbinder (three short stories in one book) every page you turn something is happening. You want to keep turning the page! This book has went on and on about NOTHING!!!! Chapter 11 and the only thing that has happened is you know Dillian was in Iraq and he's a drug addict. It keeps telling you over and over again Dillian is a drug addict....Quin was 15 years old homeless and all of a sudden she is 17 years old. But there was no point to starting at her being 15 years old. The author could have started her at 17 years old and looked back to the all the years she was homeless. The author uses the work "smacked" four times already. "He smacked his mouth, he smacked his gums"...UGH!!! Your an author...you couldn't come up with a better word to use when trying to describe something. I hate giving bad reviews because I would feel bad if I was the author and I read what someone was saying but OH MY GOSH....its bad!!
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