The Winter War: The Eric Kade Journeys

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In the follow-up to his novel Homecoming, Jason Garrett leads readers back to Bishop's Island, as the journey of Eric Kade continues with THE WINTER WAR!

Eric Kade, Dacey Huxley and Johnny McClary were once inseparable and known collectively as "The Three" - a legendary trio of demon hunters. Across continents they battled some of the worst demonic threats ever recorded and emerged victorious - unstoppable even. At the height of their success they commanded more than five ...

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Overview

In the follow-up to his novel Homecoming, Jason Garrett leads readers back to Bishop's Island, as the journey of Eric Kade continues with THE WINTER WAR!

Eric Kade, Dacey Huxley and Johnny McClary were once inseparable and known collectively as "The Three" - a legendary trio of demon hunters. Across continents they battled some of the worst demonic threats ever recorded and emerged victorious - unstoppable even. At the height of their success they commanded more than five hundred hunters, called The Progeny, all in the name of one man: The Father.
But as the bond between this trinity had eroded, whispers of dissension grew loud enough to reach The Father's ear until he announced a prophecy boasting that only he had the power to stop an inevitable war between The Three.
While Dacey had remained devoted to The Father, Johnny had disappeared into the darkness and Eric had been pronounced the true enemy of The Progeny, for reasons known only to a few. Fleeing to his childhood home on Bishop's Island, Eric attempted to live a life of peace as a preacher, reuniting with his former girlfriend, Nickel Warren, and dedicating his life to protecting the people he loves from the darkness of The Progeny.
As the year draws to a close Dacey, Johnny and Eric meet again on Bishop's Island in an effort to settle old scores and forge a new destiny. But with old loyalties damaged and a new alliance difficult, the collision of The Three could well mark the start of war on an unsuspecting battlefield. Now, three days before the dawning of a new year, the worlds of the former team will collide once more and the battlefield is a place called Bishop's Island.

Jason Garrett is the author of Pursuit: A Tale of Bishop's Island and Homecoming, the story which introduced readers to Eric Kade.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780982960431
  • Publisher: Dream Big Productions
  • Publication date: 3/3/2012
  • Pages: 412
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.92 (d)

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  • Posted March 20, 2012

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    The Winter War: The Eric Kade Journeys is an absolutely spell-bi

    The Winter War: The Eric Kade Journeys is an absolutely spell-binding novel that is certain to keep readers breathless from cover to cover. This unforgettable novel will captivate its readers as its author, Jason Garrett, tells the tale of three former allies who are turned against each other. This event completely disrupts protagonist Eric Kade’s quiet life as a preacher on Bishop’s Island with his high school sweetheart, Nickel.

    At its core, The Winter War is the story of a man trying to protect the people that he cares about against impossible odds, while holding on to what he believes in the most. Kade’s past catches up with him, leaving Nickel stunned that the great man she is in love with has a past that he is ashamed of, “…the man I used to be wasn’t a good one.”

    Kade was once a member of a trio of demon hunters known as “The Three,” a band that was comprised of himself, Dacey Huxley, a wicked and deceitful villain, and Johnny McClary, a tragic character whose pain and anger springs forth a monster from a demon hunter. The three former allies are turned against each other, fulfilling a prophecy from their former leader, The Father, that his three best hunters would battle one another and set a cataclysmic chain of events in motion.

    Although this is a continuation of The Eric Kade Journeys, which began with Garrett’s novel, Homecoming, The Winter War is solid as a stand-alone novel that will appeal to both former fans of Garrett’s writing, as well as to new readers who are not yet familiar with his work. The Winter War spans a wide array of genres, making it suitable for the spiritual and the secular, as well as fans of horror, adventure, and epics.

    Garrett interweaves betrayal, love, sacrifice, friendship, and how people’s lives are affected by one man’s decision to make faith the cornerstone of his life in this thematically rich story. The Winter War will inevitably leave readers anxious for Garrett’s next book release.

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