Eden Waring is an Avatar, possessing astounding psychic abilities . . . and destined to fight an ancient evil. Her battles against Mordaunt, the ageless Dark Side of God, have been many, but the war is far from over. She destroyed Mordaunt's human body in the deserts of Las Vegas, but his many followers still walk the Earth. They vow to resurrect their Master and exact vengeance upon Eden in a melee of magic and violence. As Eden fights for her life, her doppelganger, Gwen, separates from Eden to fight the battle on another front. In another dimension, the other half of Mordaunt’s soul hides within a man living in Jubilation County, Georgia – in the year 1926. To keep Mordaunt powerless, Gwen must travel back in time, but finds that awaiting her arrival is a vicious entity known as Delilah. The epic story that began with The Fury reaches its electrifying conclusion, as unsuspecting worlds merge on the cusp of an age of darkness--a force only one woman, across a vast span of time and space, can stop.
|Publisher:||Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC|
|Series:||Fury and the Terror Series|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||4.30(w) x 6.68(h) x 1.40(d)|
About the Author
JOHN FARRIS has won the Horror Writers' Association Lifetime Achievement Award. He is the author of numerous New York Times bestsellers including The Fury, When Michael Calls, and Soon She Will Be Gone. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
University of California at Shasta Biochemical major Eden Waring gives the Valedictory speech at the graduation when she envisions the plane crashing on the crowd. The plane crashes not long after her warning. Though she saved the lives of many of the participants, everyone just stares at Eden as if she is a freak. As top secret as federal agencies go, the Multiphasic Operations and Research Group known as MORG now knows that Eden has psychic abilities. MORG insists on owning Eden and her skills. They will do anything and everything to gain what they want. Eden goes on the lam as MORG sees her as rectifying the mistakes made when her now deceased biological mother escaped them (see THE FURY). John Farris returns to the realm of THE FURY with this entertaining sequel. THE FURY AND THE TERROR is filled with non-stop action, but contains a sense of humor that at times satirizes the story line and the first book, and thus never allows the science to overwhelm the plot. Readers will relish much of the cast including the Lady Macbeth like plots of the First Lady. Readers will enjoy this novel, its predecessor (and the movie) and await the next book, THE FURY AND THE POWER. Harriet Klausner