Gospel of the Forgotten

Gospel of the Forgotten

by J. Armand

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Having championed an ancient darkness and brought calm to the Far East, Dorian Benoit is enjoying peace at last. Life has not been easy for the young hero, and serenity is an increasingly rare commodity for those of his kind.

Supernatural beings often lead a tumultuous existence, but their human counterparts could argue the same. Mortals live such fleeting lives, which are filled with violence, turmoil, and adversity. Each new generation has its own share of issues, and none of them are unique. History repeats itself—this much we know—but why is the most intelligent species on Earth so slow to learn from its past?

Dorian's days may soon be over, as the world around him begins to ignite in an inferno of hatred. Human terror campaigns run rampant, claiming large swaths of victims across the globe and threatening even the mightiest supernaturals. With the fire in Dorian's heart only recently rekindled by the promise of peace, will he be able to extinguish the rising hostilities before they raze all he loves to the ground? Or will he, too, be swept up in the madness?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151553735
Publisher: J. Armand
Publication date: 04/12/2015
Series: The Immortal Coil , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 490
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

J. Armand is an American novelist. His interest in both literature and the supernatural stem from his childhood when he would enjoy reading about superheroes and mythology. It wasn't until several life-changing events that he decided to do what he loves and chase his dream to become an author.

His writing style includes all the heart-pounding action of a dark superhero tale mixed with unique symbolism to reflect events and themes in the real world through various perspectives. The Immortal Coil series was written with the intent to show how history truly does repeat itself and even though we are all different, it does not mean we have to be alone.

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