A monster from hell...A champion from God...And one man caught between them.There is nowhere left to run.The sequel to "Stolen Lives" is here!Ian Richardson fears he has lost his brother forever in a car wreck, but after remaining dead for almost four minutes, paramedics revive Thomas. His story is too horrifying to imagine: he visited hell...and something has followed to take him back. Suddenly Ian finds himself immersed in a world of terrors real and imagined in the very shadows around him. The life of his brother and those he loves depend upon his protection from a demoniac. But how can he fight something he cannot believe in?Ian must face the most terrifying enemy of all......one that cannot die."Brian Reaves writes with fearless gusto. He tackles tough subjects, shows believable characters who get scraped and bruised--or even worse--and yet his storytelling has an underlying purpose that is undeniably biblical. If you were to mix the action of James Byron Huggins with the spiritual insight of Frank Peretti, you might find yourself reading a Reaves thriller."--Eric Wilson, NY Times bestselling author of Expiration Date and Field of Blood"A white-knuckled rollercoaster ride from start to finish. This book should come with a warning: Don't read if you are home alone!" - Kathryn Cushman, author of "Leaving Yesterday"
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About the Author
Brian Reaves is the author of "Stolen Lives" and "Portal". He writes fiction just on the edge of reality, and his speculative fiction works have been compared to Ray Bradbury and Neil Gaiman. His award-winning short stories have been published in several anthologies. He lives in Alabama with his wife and sons. When not writing, he can often be found reading comic books or playing the guitar.
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Chase the Shadows: An Ian Richardson Thriller based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Having read Brian Reaves' "Stolen Lives," I looked forward to this book once I heard about it, especially since it picked up with the same core characters. This time, though, the main protagonists have a lot more to deal with than just a flesh-and-blood fight against a mortal foe. In a dark and sometimes chilling tale, Reaves does an admirable job of showing the invisible war that rages all around us ... and perhaps even sometimes spills into our own physical realm. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves a good tale, especially readers who love an edgy suspense thriller that takes a walk on the dark side while showing the infinite battle between good and evil. Looking forward to his next book!