It's one thing to discover a whole new world, but quite another to survive it. David Rose discovers that, on top of everything else, immortality can kill you.
It's been less than a year since his fateful 15th birthday, but for David Rose, everything has changed. He's learned of his immortality, discovered a sinister plot centuries in the making, survived an attempt on his life at a medieval castle in England, and through it all, he's more convinced than ever that his mother is alive.
David has been awakened to a wondrous new world, yet one fraught with peril. Despite all his new powers and potential, David feels more vulnerable than ever. His awakening has served as a beacon to other immortals, some of whom view him as a threat to be dispatched.
Strange things are happening with Rachel, their father has withdrawn again, and David worries they are no closer to finding their mother. Just as he's learning how to channel the greatest powers of his past lives, he's abducted by a rogue syndicate bent on exploiting immortals and pitting them against each other in battles to the death.
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS an extraordinary adventure through time, an epic tale of hesitant heroism, and the timeless battle between good and evil, in the second book in the "David Rose" series of young adult fantasies. [DRM-Free]
BOOKS BY DARYL ROTHMAN:
- David Rose – 1: "The Awakening of David Rose"
- David Rose – 2: "David Rose and the Forbidden Tournament"
- David Rose – 3: "David Rose and the Days of Awe" [Spring/Summer 2023]
- "Gospel" [Late 2022]
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- The "Chosen" Series by Jeff Altabef and Erynn Altabef
- The "Stormbourne Chronicles" Series by Karissa Laurel
- The "Dirt and Stars" Series by Kevin Killiany
- The "Whitewashed" Series by Adelaide Thorne
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About the Author
From childhood I kindled three dreams: to one day become a father, a writer, and a baseball player.
Two of three ain’t bad. (I shall neither confirm nor deny holding out deluded hope for the third.) Most of what I write is fiction, but not all. I write the occasional article and guest post, and conduct some interviews. I’m an English major, have a masters in social work, and have been a nonprofit leader for many years. I am crazy for sports and animals, am helplessly in love with the written word, and am eternally grateful for my family, who make me luckier than I could ever deserve.