A physics experiment leaves Drew Carter blind. As his sight returns, he discovers he has special talents.
This book was slow to get going for me. It takes a while for Black to get his characters formed. For some readers, this may cause them to abandon the story too early. Stick with it because this promises to be a great ride.
Fans of Frank Peretti's early "Darkness" books may sink their teeth into this story with glee as we find ourselves neck-deep in spiritual warfare.
This book/series is written with young teens in mind so keep that in mind as you read the obvious good vs evil plot points.
All in all a decent, quick read.
This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Multnomah Publishing.