Enter an adrenaline-laced epic where dreams and reality collide. Fleeing his assailants through deserted alleyways, Thomas Hunter narrowly escapes to the roof of a building. Then a silent bullet from the night clips his head...and his world goes black. From the blackness comes an amazing... read more
Black is the first novel in the series where Thomas Hunter discovers an alternate world where Tanis and his wife have populated a world of people who did not experience the Fall of man. These people are watched over by a group of angel like creatures (bats) called the Roush, their desire is to... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Black is the first novel in the series where Thomas Hunter discovers an alternate world where Tanis and his wife have populated a world of people who did not experience the Fall of man. These people are watched over by a group of angel like creatures (bats) called the Roush, their desire is to worship Elyon.
Thomas Hunter learns much and his eyes are also opened to Teeleh who is a creature alikened to Satan. Teeleh brings deception to Thomas Hunter so much as to have Thomas experiencing halluncinations.
Teeleh akin to the scenario in Genesis 1 - brings deception to the people and they eat the forbidden type fruit. Much death occurs as Teeleh's demons of sorts called the Shataiki go on a rampage killing off many. Thomas is able to reach his village and save only a couple in his own village including his wife.
As Thomas sleeps he awakens in Ancient earth and is faced with terrorism and a plot to release a dangerous plague that is written about in the Books of History that Thomas's forest dwelling people already know of called The Great Deception.
Thomas once again awakens with his forest dwelling people and leads them into the desert away from their own homes.
The story does not end here but continues in the second novel...
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