In Invitation, four beloved and bestselling suspense authors introduced supernaturally gifted characters on a race to stem the tide of growing evil. Now Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, and Alton Gansky return with the next cycle of fast-paced and riveting tales.
In Bill Myers's "The Revealing", the team finds themselves in Rome trying to retrieve the mystical spear HItler once stole. The task will take them from hidden chambers inside the Vatican to a mysterious seaside cave with unexpected and dangerous powers.
Frank Peretti's "Infestation" tells of a microscopic plauge unleased on the world that deceives, blinds, kills, then spreads and kills again. The Harbringers team must confront this faceless evil bent on seducing and destroying humankind.
In "Infiltration" by Angela Hunt, a seaside respite intended to buy time for the wounded team turns deadly when misplaced trust leads the Harbingers into dangerous waters.
Alton Gansky's "The Fog" reveals a supernatural mist unlike any other, filled with vicious monsters that kill whatever they find. When one team member realizes the only way to stop the fog is to enter it, the ultimate sacrifice must be made.
Draw the curtains and hide under the blanket covers with a baseball bat and a flashlight - the Harbringers are back! And with it, another set of four dark, twisted, and suspenseful stories that will make your skin tingle and your hair to stand up on end.
I can't add anything to the back cover's synopsis of each story, but wanted to touch on the authors' writing itself. With this many authors involved in one piece of work (albeit, they still write four separate stories), I was initially worried that the stories would be stilted and choppy as the authors write each other' character(s). I'm happy to say that while the authors each have their own unique voice, they do a superb job of staying true to each character's personality, making the flow from story to story seamless.
Each story was creepy and tense (and very good!), my "favourite" this time around was Alton Gansky's "The Fog". He plays on what has got to be one of the scariest types of nightmares whereby a thick rolling fog is full of man-eating monsters out for blood. It was a story that had my toes curling and flipping the pages as fast as I could to find out what happens next!
This series reminds me of dark chocolate - dark and intense, yet incredibly addicting and oh, so good. The next book can't come soon enough!
Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.