As evil lurks around every corner, this misfit team must work together if anyone wants to make it out alive.
The states are higher than ever as Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, and Alton Gansky return again to the universe of Harbringers for four more stories set in a world on the brink of destruction.
In Bill Myer's "Leviathan", the team heads to Hollywood for a taping of a new television pilot, Live or Die: The Ultimate Reality. When violence and chaos erupt, they must fight an insidious and multiplying madness before it spreads across the globe.
Frank Peretti's "The Mind Pirates" centers on an earring with mysterious powers that just might hold the key to solving a murder. When two members of the team are kidnapped by seventeenth-century pirates, the team must overcome the ruthless scheming of an evil, hidden nemesis.
In "Hybrids" from Angela Hunt, the arrival of two mysterious black-eyed children and a baby's disappearance are no coincidence. Instead of finding the rest they need, the four friends must stay on their guard as they search for answers - and for a missing child.
In "The Village" from Alton Gansky, a visit to a guarded and secretive North Carolina town becomes the most challenging mystery the team has ever faced as they must jump between universes to solve a problem they barely understand before the window between worlds closes forever.
Up for another round of creepy goodness? Enter Cycle Three in the "Harbringers" series where four talented authors deliver four thrilling stories full of supernatural suspense and intrigue.
I've been a huge fan of the "Harbringers" series since the first novel, Invitation was released in April 2017, followed by The Assault in August 2017, and now we have Probing to add to the collection. One of my favourite aspects about the series is the diversity of the authors' writing, characters, and stories. You never quite know what to expect when you pick up one of these books! The first two novels were home runs for me all around; however...I found Probing was a little of a mixed bag. A couple of the stories I absolutely LOVED, and they reminded me of why I was crazy about this series in the first place! However, two of the other stories fell a bit flat. It was as if the "mojo" was lost and instead of delivering more intense, supernatural thrillers, the stories just poked along, and I was struggling to see how they were relevant to the over-arching theme of the series.
And on the note of the general theme of the series, given that while there may only be three books in the series, there are actually twelve stories, and I'm rather eager to find out more about the mysterious "Gate" and who the anonymous benefactor of the team is? I hope some strong hints and clues will be revealed in the next book to keep the theme running!
All in all, I'm still very much a HUGE fan of this series and am eagerly looking forward to the next book!
Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.