As the commander in charge of the Super Artificial Intelligence program in Eudaiz, a universe far from Earth, Lyla has it all.
Beauty. Intelligence. Power.
She has never failed a mission, until she detects a shadow in the main frame system.
The shadow is built on elusive magical power and human emotions-neither of which she has training for or first-hand experience with.
Combining with the force of dark energy, by the the shadow is on a mission to not only destroy the legacy her father has built but also kill millions of citizens across the multiverse.
It will invade and enslave universes-Earth included.
Time is not on her side. But if she fights now, she will be on her own.
Fire at Crossroad is the prequel of Shadow Hunter Trilogy. Information and pre-orders are available at http://9nl.org/shadowhunterRT
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a quick read with a lot of action and information crammed into a few pages! A good introduction into D.N. Leo's Multiverse that will keep you reading so you can see what happens next! It is always difficult when you start reading a new series; having to learn about the world(s) and their peoples, the intricacies of their interactions, any special powers that they have, etc. Ms. Leo does a good job and her writing style is great! I look forward to reading more in this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
The shadow found in the computer system in the future has Michael sent to help Lyla conquer it. In the meantime some major milestones are met and loved ones found and rescued. There are traitors and sabotage and plenty of action. But it's not over yet. Great addition to the Multiverse!! I have repeatedly shouted from the highest mountain how much I enjoy these books so it's hard not to be repetitive. Imagery, and continuity between series and the carryover characters and their origin. I have o idea how this author keeps it all straight but she does it well.
A NEW ENEMY EMERGES. Fire at Crossroad is a prequel to the Shadow Hunter Trilogy. This is part of the author's Multiverse world. I love the Multiverse World and the variety of places and characters that it is comprised of. And am looking forward to reading the rest of the Shadow Hunter Trilogy. There is violence. The book blurb adequately describes the book so I'm not going to repeat it here. The author did a good job of explaining what is going on and describing the settings of the story. The characters, even though I couldn't stand some of them, were well written and multidimensional. There are a lot of clues in the storyline that keep you guessing what twists and turns will be revealed next. I received a copy of this book from the author and chose to leave a review for other readers.