This occult suspense story is about a possessed woman, a journalist/author trapped by her demon and a soldier of fortune hunting untouchables. The journalist/author, C. Adams, inherits a fortune from his uncle. He is pursuing a successful business woman when he discovers that she is possessed by a demon. She warns him, but the demon turns vicious and the journalist is exposed to blood-freezing occult encounters.
In a parallel narrative, a foreign soldier, married to a New York City nurse, and desperately looking for employment in the New York City, turns to bounty hunting the most dangerous untouchables. At one point, the paths of the two men cross. Detective Richter is trying to unscramble the puzzle, but cannot control the events. What happens next, when demons possess the naïve - is up to the reader to discover.
The partly true-life thriller tale contains horror settings, unrelenting action and true demon encounters. If you never believed in the paranormal, you will after listening this entertaining book.
I love spooky stuff so it surprises me that I didn’t read this sooner. In this case I listened to it. At first the reader is introduced to Mr. Adam’s a thriller novelist who inherited a nice fortune from his uncle. He notices strange occurrences such as the teller at the bank going freaky on him and strange creaks and noises coming from his attic. Then we’re introduced to a Norwegian ex-soldier who comes to America. For the record I couldn’t stand his wife and wished through the entire story that somebody would put her out of her misery. The two characters don’t seem to have anything in common but of course knowing they do I continued reading.
On a fear/suspense level I’d give this book a three only because the pace slowed at times it should have sped up. Overall it was an entertaining read and I’m glad I finally took the time to read/listen to it. The plot and characters are well developed and there are many interesting turns of event. It’s a clever novel.
Reading the book I would have enjoyed it but so glad I listened. The narrator Adam Hanin is amazing. If I could give him 6 stars I would. His voices and the way he managed accents and noises, strange speeches gave this book an extraordinary touch!
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