"Not usually my thing, but a very creative and original plot. The pace is fast, with plenty of suspense. We follow two storylines which are on an obvious collision course, but there are lots of fun twists along the way. Oh -- and the monsters come in the form of disrespectful teenagers. You gotta love taking a few of those out.One interesting aspect to this work is looking at things from the point of view of one of the monsters, whom we can sympathize with even as she destroys innocent humans (sometimes reluctantly). The monsters around her are all pretty evil, though -- and there there's a class of regular humans who show up to aide the monsters, apparently in hopes of exploiting them for their own personal gain. Those are a different type of monster."
Amazon best-selling author Andrew Kasch
From the Author
This story is very special to me, I wrote it because I am the father of three beautiful children. One of my children is a teen daughter. I have witnessed first hand how teens of this day and age live their lives through technology. They no longer create experiences in the same way that I did when I was a child. They communicate through text, live through reality TV and learn through mistakes they witness on Youtube. I imagined a world much like today's reality except that these teens had to find a way to "steal" experiences and knowledge to thrive. The story is a true series and I hope you enjoy the first installment:
Hope and Prey
Please check out my other releases such as my first novel "Wormwood"
You can contact me at MicahAckerman.com I love to connect with my readers and answer any questions you may have.