Cole Belle is an aviator with a wounded soul. Overwhelmed with guilt over a crash that took innocent lives, he seeks atonement through a self-imposed exile that finds him on a remote Alaskan outpost. He is resolved to fill the remainder of his days off the beaten path living the solitary existence of a bush pilot. However, fate often has other plans.
One day Cole receives word that his long thought Killed-in-Action father, Raven Belle has only recently died and has bequeathed his entire fortune to his only son. But there’s something beyond the perfunctory bequeathal of a financial fortune and vast real estate holdings. His estranged father has left him with an unfathomable legacy that he is reluctant to comprehend, let alone accept.
Cole embarks down a path seeking answers and clarity. He meets the executor and close confidant of his late father who tells a dubious tale filled with angels and demons. Moreover, he explains his father was more than just a man, he was a warrior. A combatant with supernatural abilities belonging to the oldest army known to mankind – A front line soldier in St. Michael the Archangel’s Seraphic Army, charged with exterminating the minions of Satan in their most heinous and deadly manifestations.
The Seraph’s Son is a tale of a broken man’s journey from agnostic sensibility to resolved comprehension and finally acceptance of his own fate.
The War begins in two worlds. David must learn to survive in the Underworld; a dark domain created by God to destroy and absorb damned human souls. Chased by the Ruler of Nine, trapped in a Hell he once only dreamt about, David will either adapt and evolve, or become another harvested soul for the collection. Dillon questions the Divine and his place in the Living World without his brother. Less
By Josephine Dillon
(5.00 based on 7 reviews)
Published: Sep. 18, 2011
Words: 196886 (approximate)
David Smith is on the verge of self destruction. Drawn into his dream world by a darkness he cannot detect, he unknowingly opens the door to the other side. As the darkness begins to consume him, he becomes less and less human. Under The Blue is a story of two brothers caught in the middle of a timeless war between good and evil.
Being the two youngest sons of a conservative Christian pastor, David and Dillon Smith have a bond that keeps them closely connected. Over the course of just six days however, David unknowingly opens their closet door to another world every time he dreams. Their struggle to stay connected is suddenly challenged by a darkness that has invited itself into their bedroom. Drawn to their bond, this entity becomes intent on breaking them apart and collecting for himself, their souls. Caught in a struggle between three worlds, the brothers will learn what it is like to be only human.
Please note: the first chapter of the second book in the Blue Series is included at the end as a preview.
(16+ Contains profanity, violence, and sexual references.)
If you like Spaceballs, Futurama and pointless comedy then Akashik will make you laugh. Or at least smack your forehead in a nearby wall repeatedly. Ganji is brought before the insurgent leader only to discover Taus sitting at the desk! When he also discovers the fate of his dear friend Fly, he finally stands up for himself.
When Taus and Ganji arrive at the notorious Spacestation XXX, Taus launches a take over and wins. Ganji goes on a quest to find his lost friend. Taus’s foster son Fox attends a formal dinner. Plates crash and people cry in fear.