Drew is a talented football player, who befriends the nerdy Benjamin Berg who introduces him to a whole new world of physics and a love of academics. But everything goes wrong when a lab explosion takes Drew's eyesight. But what Drew saw in the lab he can never forget. Soon after the accident, Ben Goes missing, and Drew begins to recover his eyesight, but he is seeing things that he never saw before...
Can Drew find out the meaning behind these strange invaders and save his friends before it is too late?
A fast paced read that took me utterly by surprise!
If someone had tried to explain to me what this book was about I would have said, "Uh-uh, not for me." Because honestly this book is akin to (forgive the geek in me) Doctor Who, in if you try to explain how wonderfully awesome this book is to them they will likely find you somewhat lacking in sense.
I'm not usually up for supernatural thrillers, because far to often I find myself disagreeing with something to some degree or another making it pretty much impossible to enjoy, but this one was different. I fairly devoured every page of this action-packed read, that not only is well written with a fantastic, yet flawed hero, it brings to life the spiritual warfare that is a reality all around us. I love how in the back of the book Mr. Black talks about why he chose to represent spiritual warfare the way that he did along with scripture passages to back him up. I really felt that the author took the time and effort to meticulously go over the details in order to make this book as accurate an illustration as he could.
Overall, this was a wonderful book filled with characters that make you want to cheer for them all the way through, one of my favorites besides Drew, was definitely Ben. I loved his loyalty, and from the beginning he was a character that instantly captured my attention. I would definitely recommend this wonderful book, and I can't wait to read the next one!
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