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Imagine Satan was a major player in the govenment and had been running genetics testing...looking for a suitable vessel to give bith to...the AntiChrist!
One of the survivors of genetics testing returns and builds a life with his love...and she gets pregnant...now enter the Roswell New Mexico incident - supposed alien autopsies...it all is in the mix.
Satan's nastiness, alien mentality, and brilliance - a powerful combination!
Ms. Collins spins the story to the true vessel of the AntiChrist and how she came to follow the prophecy. It is chilling.
The ending of this book is not only frightening, it is one of the most spellbinding I've read.
End of days stories have been a point of interest in these really dismal times we are living in...Ms. Collins' spin is unique and works beautifully in this story.
A great read.
Lucifer himself is seeking the perfect body of a young lady to mate with and bear him a son who will rule this world, become its "God".
Somehow, SIR- as he likes to be called- begins to sense that the perfect hybrid is already `out there' and the frantic search begins. The mother and babe must evade the clutches of the detestable pursuer at all costs.
It's a wonderful, exciting story with shades of The Omen and Rosemary's Baby, but Ms. Collins has made it all her own. Highly recommended by this reader!
To understand why Lucifer's so interested in Leah and Peter, author Erin Collins opens the story with Leah's grandmother, Danielle. Although much of the book is back story, it's told with such detail and immediacy that I was quickly drawn into the plight of this family.
Shadow Walk: The Gathering is apparently the first of a trilogy, which explains why the main plot isn't resolved at the end. This story of good versus evil provides an intriguing twist that reminded me of the X-Files at its best. Needless to say, I want to read on to find out if and how Lucifer is eventually destroyed, and at what price? Great stuff.
Micki Peluso, journalist, columnist, short story writer and author of . . .AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG
While it is an "End Times" novel it is definitly not in the usual stereotypical style.
As a child coming of age during World War II, the portrayal of events of that era are very well researched, from clothing style to victory gardens.
The romance between Ethan and Danielle captured my emotions. Their heartbreaking struggle against evil is a page turner. Other characters are as finely drawn as these two, keeping the suspense alive until the last page and beyond.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Shadow Walk: The Gathering is a very suspenseful book. You want to keep turning those pages once you start reading and not wanting to put this book down. Read morePublished on March 14, 2010 by Josephine A. Edley
Erin Collins has written a book that leaves you in suspense all the way through. I am waiting to see if she rights a sequel to the novel. Read morePublished on October 27, 2009 by C. Barrett
I have read this book and I very much enjoyed it. I thought the pace and suspense were well-maintained throughout. Read morePublished on February 28, 2009 by William Joseph
Obviously, Collins put a lot of work into this book. And it translates to a fascinating story that really grabs and holds the reader's interest. Read morePublished on October 27, 2008 by D. Gorman "Crystalline Structure Moon"