This is the second audiobook in D. B. Clifton's four-part series. Simon Prebble's haunting performance of The Night of the Spear picks up after Philip Thomas, also known as Brother Philotheos, survives the evils of the other world, as told in The Last Watcher. In this sequel, Thomas continues his journey to Istanbul, where he is forced to deal with the sacred Spear of Vissaron, an unlikely traveling companion, and a meeting with an old foe. The story is short, only an hour-long; but it never ceases to engage. Simon Prebble's chilling rendition, sends the listener into a world of danger and adventure.
After his fateful encounter with the evil of the other world - as told in The Last Watcher - Philip Thomas, also known as Brother Philotheos, continues his pilgrimage to Istanbul, unaware his traveling companion is carrying the sacred Spear of Vissarion to a secret gathering in that city.
During an overnight rail journey on the Bosporus Express, his imagination and suspicions are fired by a beautiful young woman and her mysterious uncle. Deep in the night, with a new partner he’s not sure he wants, he must confront an old foe and somehow survive.