A Reckoning of Souls

An action-thriller science fantasy novel.

BOOK DESCRIPTION

 

Would you sacrifice an entire city to make the world a better place for Everyone?

A massive explosion rips through the outdoor seating area of a popular restaurant in downtown Trondheim. Two days later, fourteen people are found dead in a church along a remote section of coastline. The souls of the victims have been ripped from their bodies. Moments later a spirit from the Otherworlds steps through the Black Void to find the missing relic that killed them.

Demetrius Wolffe sees a world that has lost its way and is setting out to change that. He plans to wield the formidable power of an ancient artifact to reshape the moral fabric of eight billion unsuspecting souls—knowing that his actions will wipe out an entire city. 

David Skye and Jade “Epiphany” Hendrix set out to stop Demetrius Wolffe and save the lives that would be lost if he were to succeed. Their efforts to do that are complicated by Kari Salversen, a dedicated police detective with the Norwegian Police Service. She believes David and Epiphany are involved in a recent string of deadly attacks and is determined to apprehend them. 

A reckoning of souls is quickly approaching, as the battle for humanity unfolds in the snowy, arctic fjords of Norway, and the vast spirit realms of the Otherworlds. The possibility of a peaceful future for billions of souls and the lives of tens of thousands of innocent people are both at stake. In a clash that pits two opposing sides against each other, which one is on the more righteous path? 

 

REVIEWS

A Reckoning of Souls is such a great read! Everything else had to wait because I couldn't put it down. Fast-paced and action-packed, it reminds me of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons, but with a really interesting science fiction flair. More than a fun read, though, it poses some big questions about society and the value of an individual's life that will stay with you long after the last page. I could totally see this book as a movie—and I'd be the first in line to see it!—Amy K