Between this world and the next … a new hero is born.
When Elaine Ways suffers a terrible loss, she begins to dream of a world free of grief and guilt. A world where she is a kind of heroine; powerful, enigmatic, dangerous.
Her therapist calls it projection, a way of coping with the pain of such devastating grief, utilizing her competitive martial arts skills for a kind of revenge fantasy. But Elaine believes it is something more. The dreams feel real. More like premonitions … or even memories.
But when ten-year-old Samantha suddenly goes missing under no less than extreme paranormal circumstances, Elaine must find her, and battle not only the dark forces of that other reality, but her own personal demons as well, leading to a shocking truth on her way to redemption.
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About the Author
Kenneth Mader is a multi-award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker with more than sixteen writing credits to his name, including his award-winning, critically acclaimed theatrical feature film Displacement, as well as the award-winning short film Passing Darkness upon which this book was inspired. He has taken home Best Feature Screenplay honors along with Excellence in the Craft of the Written Word at the AOF Written Word Awards, plus numerous other awards and honors. He's had development deals with companies such as Shoreline Entertainment, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences curated his work for inclusion in their historical Margaret Herrick Library, and he is a founding member and former President of the Chicago Screenwriters Network, co-founded with television writer Edward Allen Bernero. He was born and raised in Chicago, where he began his writing and filmmaking career. He moved to Los Angeles in 2001, where he currently resides and has made his living as a writer and filmmaker ever since. On the rare occasion when he is not writing or making films, he enjoys spending time in nature, going to the movies, or reading a good book. This is his first novel.
Table of Contents
About the Authors
Sneak Peek of Book Two: Archangel
A Note from the Publisher