None of them realized at first who the mysterious woman was who showed up at their door after the party that night. None of them would have ever believed it could have been their mysterious rep, who up to this point they'd been barred from having any personal contact with. Yet here she was in the flesh, and she had a gift with her from the backers that would change their lives very literally forever.
As the group's numbers increase, they all start adjusting to their new life and their new abilities. The first order of business is to train the new recruits, and then once that's done, they get back to work investigating the various dimensions, both known and unknown. Old enemies return, new discoveries are made and in the end there's a change coming on the horizon that none of them ever saw coming.
Immortals is the fifth book of the Unseen Things series.
About the Author
Duane L. Martin began his writing career when he started a classic film review website back in 2002 called B-Movie Central. Two years later, he would go on to create another website called Rogue Cinema, which is a monthly online magazine staffed by a wonderful team of volunteer writers that's devoted to film reviews, articles and interviews with film makers and other industry professionals. An avid reader, he's been inspired by a wide variety of authors, including Robert Asprin, Jody Lynn Nye, R.A. Salvatore, Ed Greenwood and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. More recently, he's buried himself in the various series of writers like Jennifer L. Armentrout, H.P. Mallory and Amanda Hocking. His aunt, a published author as well, once gave him a book on creative writing that changed his life forever. It was a collection of pieces by various authors, but one piece in particular has always stuck with him. It talked about how to create characters that feel like real people by giving them real backgrounds, likes, dislikes and personalities. It inspired him to create characters that feel genuine and real, like people you may know, or people you'd like to know, and helped him take his writing to the next level. Aside from his writing, Duane is also a musician. He took his first bass guitar lesson in 1987 and has been playing bass ever since. He also plays some guitar and a little keyboard. As he's always been a great lover of music, he often has it playing quietly in the background while he writes. Born and raised in Northern California, he would later move to Idaho, where he currently lives with his wife Sharon and their dog Buddy.