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Eve of Demons (Paperback)
|Eve of Demons|
Eve of Demons Book Cover,
written by Joe Cron
|Publication date||December 1, 2010|
Eve of Demons is a novel written by Joe Cron. In this work Lilith, the mother of demons, appears as one of the characters.
- Title: Eve of Demons
- Author: Joe Cron
- Published By: Lardin Press
- Length: 240 Pages
- Format: Paperback & eBook
- ASIN: B004CLYIWE
- IBSN: 9781452333182 (eBook)
- ISBN-10: 1456389734 (Paperback)
- ISBN-13: 978-1456389734 (Paperback)
- Publishing Date: December 1, 2010
Rachel Lake's mother, Suzanne, suffers an untimely death. But is she really gone? An unseen entity launches Rachel on a spiraling descent into horror. It forces her to commit gruesome murders, elements of an ultimate strategy to populate the world with demons. Rachel feels the presence of her mother, reassuring her that everything will be all right.
But there's more – bizarre, terrifying images she can't explain. On her own now, Rachel’s solitary grieving is shattered by spontaneous episodes in her mind – of a primitive life before civilization, of predatory debauchery, of cavorting with demons. Suzanne is showing her those flashes as well, reveling with twisted glee in the mayhem that has Rachel doubting her sanity.
In life, Suzanne kept Rachel and her father, anthropologist Jason Caldwell, from ever meeting. Now, with Suzanne invading Rachel’s consciousness at will, Jason and Rachel discover clue upon clue revealing a plan to plunge mankind into an impending eternity of torture. Cultural legends merge and clash as Jason must decipher an ancient Mayan text and weave it together with Hebrew folklore to unlock the secret of Suzanne’s true identity. As the deadline for catastrophe approaches, can Jason and Rachel stay alive long enough to protect the world from an endless horde of terrifying creatures?
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