My #5Star Review of ANCIENT EVIL by Brent J Griffiths @brentjgriffiths #RRBC
Ancient Evil takes the reader on a journey that is fantastic and strange during three points of time; distant past, past, and present. Each setting is crisp. The characters are intelligent and multi-faceted, giving the reader people to believe in, good or bad. There are dark forces intertwined in the stories, which drew me in deeper into the worlds that Brent created. I love stories with dark twists, and unexpected experiences, and this gave me everything I craved. Thank you Brent for the great work, I look forward to reading the other books in the Genocide series.
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About ANCIENT EVIL
A severely disfigured genius hunts the supernatural predators that destroyed his body and ripped away his one true love. He struggles to retain the remaining shreds of his humanity as his obsessive quest drives him perform horrendous acts in his search for answers.
A dark force shadows Finn as tries to win the heart of fellow graduate student Rebecca. He uncovers a conspiracy of silence and confusion that is preventing him from proving the existence of psychic phenomena.
Hael grows up in a city ruled by a race of benevolent, telepathic overlords. He is destined to become his people’s youngest general in a five thousand year old war of extinction against the hereditary enemies of his city’s rulers. He starts to doubt the justice of his cause in the aftermath of his first battle.