The evil that wants this world doesn't come straight from Hell. It's been cast to the shadows in between and may have found a way out.
Secrets are unfolding as Landon discovers the truth behind his lineage and just how powerful he is. He must follow his ancestors footsteps and stop it before the insidious forces make it to the other side.
Dive into this Urban Fantasy as Landon discovers the truth about his upbringing, what really happened to his parents, and what all this means for him.
How will he protect everyone and everything around him when he's still uncertain about what the truth really is?
Plot: Velazquez's intriguing novel would certainly be strengthened through a more streamlined focus and reorganization. Overall, the work is weakened by convoluted plotting, while its narrative pacing lacks consistency – the world takes too long to be interrupted from its norm, and then proceeds with relentless action, resulting in a somewhat imbalanced narrative structure.
Prose/Style: While the dialogue is lively and sincere, the prose is rather basic in execution, lacking descriptive qualities to bring the reader into the atmosphere of the book.
Originality: Bringing Hell to the reader, this book’s premise is fascinating, but lacks in delivery, losing its promise between a confusing plot and flat characters.
Character Development: The protagonist, Landon, is ultimately overshadowed by the complementary characters, who are provided greater internal development. More attention given to the cast as a whole would better allow the rich machinations of the storyline to resonate with invested readers.
Date Submitted: May 03, 2020