Author: Ninie Hammon
Genre: Religious Fiction
Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars
Ordinary people. A demon from hell. The final showdown.
In the summer of 1985, Daniel Burke, Becca Hawkins and Jack Carpenter confronted a demon prince, an efreet, and somehow drove it back to hell. They were twelve years old. Twenty-six years later, the efreet returns and sends superhuman assassins to kill the now-adult “Three Muskateers” before they can challenge him again. Reconnecting for the first time in a quarter of a century, the childhood friends piece together fragmentary memories of that long-ago summer as they fight desperately to stay alive—and to stop the voracious quest for power of the man possessed by the efreet, Chapman Whitworth,
Now comes the final confrontation. The only thing that stands between Whitworth and the presidency of the United States is a rag-tag group of ordinary people–Daniel, Becca, Jack and their friends. This time, they have to go after the demon, not the man—and it doesn’t matter that none of them remembers how they defeated it the first time. They have to find the monster–hidden in a labyrinth of dark caves protected by legions of poisonous spiders and snakes. And they have to stand together against it. If any one of them breaks, they all will die. It has come down to this—one last chance. It’s time for the reckoning.
The Knowing began the tale. The Deceiving continued it. Now, The Reckoning brings the story to a heart-pounding conclusion with a riveting account of the final battle against an evil as old as the skeleton of the universe. If you like fast-paced action, gut-tying suspense and themes that will challenge everything you believe about yourself, about life and reality, about good and evil and the whole nature of the universe—The Reckoning is the book for you.
About the Author:
Most of Ninie Hammon’s writing career was devoted to telling TRUE stories. For twenty-five years, she was a journalist—and she was good at it, started her own newspaper and won a wall full of awards.
But journalism never felt right—like walking around with sand in her shoe. Seven years ago, she took her shoe off, dumped out the sand and settled into making up the facts instead of reporting them. Writing fiction fit as perfect as Cinderella’s slipper.
Since then, she has written eleven novels—about ordinary people caught up in harrowing circumstances they didn’t create and don’t want, situations they have to fight their way out of. And in the process, they discover they are stronger, more noble, braver — or more cowardly and evil—than they ever suspected.
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