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From award-winning authors Guy Lozier and Chris Pope come this alternate timelines saga, where the heros are not born of light but are drowning in darkness.
As a protector of Earth steps forth from the light, her influence along the timeline causes a "Y" of epic proportions. It is only later, as this new timeline corrects itself to rigid interaction and then flexes to become the only timeline, do we find how Earth can be saved from an inevitable set of events called "The Apocalypse"....
The guardians of planet Earth have their hands full as the apocalypse approaches. One particular protector has found what appears to be the only hope of survival for planet Earth's population from the demons that will threaten to overrun the lands.
While many of them are considered of dark origins and evil intentions have ruled some of them their whole existence, it is the right moment along the timeline that can change their future for the better. At least that is her hope.
The first book of The Dark Heros Saga brings the origins of Dante to life. From his lowly beginning of a park ranger, he will find a new purpose to his existence. Once he encounters the evil ones of the night, his life will be transformed. If not for the love of a woman and the guiding hand of Van Helsing himself, Dante would likely have stumbled his way into unending darkness and despair.
Book one holds the story before Van Helsing arrives to begin Dante's training as a protector. As our story unfolds in later books, we find new characters come to life with new origins and life lines from an alternate timeline of existence. Dr. Frankenstein, Dracula, the Mummy, and many others are recreated in this future apocalyptic series where hell will spill over into our reality....
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Good but a little confusing
Dante is creative and descriptive book but a little confusing how it went from the present to the past and back to the present again. I still would recommend this book because I loved the storyline. Mark Milroy as The narrator did a fantastic job. I received this audio book upon request from the author. I am leaving my honest review voluntarily and it has nothing to do with the author of my own volition.
- Jennifer Hawkins
Just OK for me
The flow of this book was interesting, weaving each story through the other. It was difficult for me to follow for much of the story. the narration was great, I really enjoyed it but the story was not one of my favorites.