“Tragedy and heartache seem to be waiting for Drew Carter at every turn. Sydney Carlyle, a mysterious and elusive girl offers encouragement through her faith, but Drew is too logical and scientific to believe that her prayer of healing was anything but coincidental in the restoration of his eyesight. As his sight returns, he discovers that the accident has heightened his neuron activity, giving him skills and sight beyond the normal man. When he begins to see fierce invaders that no one else can see, he questions his own sanity, and so do others. But is he insane or do the invaders truly exist? The only one who can help him, his genius friend Benjamin Berg, has disappeared. In Drew’s quest to find Ben, he discovers that the invaders themselves are at war, for his efforts to thwart the devastating actions caused by the dark invaders are aided by invaders with a different nature. Time grows short as the dark invaders close in on Drew. With skills that no other man possesses, and help from Benjamin and Sydney, Drew initiates a plan to expose the invaders to the world.“
My sister MaKenzie will be reviewing this book today, because she begged and begged and begged to read this book before I did, so, being the darling, sweet big sister that I am, I let her read it first!
“I, being a rather large fan of Chuck Black, was thrilled when I heard that he was coming out with a new series. What I love about his books is that all aspects tie in and are perfectly in sync with the Bible, this however does not take away from the action.
I loved this book, it is fantastically written, well put together, and has a great adventure level. It was written mainly at a high-school level however and I would not recommend this book to younger audiences. It has some violence but none too detailed, no language or other offenses. I give this book a full five stars and can’t wait for the next one to come out!”
Well, there you have it! A great read that is recommended to all Chuck Black fans!
“I received this book from Blogging for Books for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are my own.”