Polarity is the second book in the Nexus series that cronicles the paranormal investigator Josh Blair and his team of friends seek to understand the arrival of two mysterious visitors to their city during an unseasonable heatwave. They soon find themselves in the midst of an epic, supernatural battle, and before long, their lives will be endangered and their faith put to the ultimate test by forces beyond their control.
And somewhere, in the cold darkness, a machine inhabited by an evil intelligence waits...
THE BATTLE CONTINUES...
A crystal pyramid was revealed, radiating with a fusion of colored light. The object began to spin, balancing just above the console as the Overseer lifted his hands up to feel its energy. Controlled by unseen forces - the pyramid slowed to a stop as he gazed into it - an illumination appearing on one of its sides.
In his mind, a series of images began to play out - transitioning into a prophetic event that had yet to occur - an event that harmonized with his diabolical agenda and would change the course of human civilization.
Pleased, the Overseer laughed. Growing louder, the sound elevated to a demonic resonance that echoed throughout the chamber and beyond.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Battle continues! Polarity was just as good, if not better, than the first Nexus book. The plot is more complex than the first, and completely unpredictable. Josh Blair is one of my favorite characters in any book I've ever read. The author explores themes of good and evil, man vs. technology and divine intervention. Weimer is great at interweaving various plots together and including Bible references without sounding preachy or religious. If you enjoy innovative supernatural thrillers, buy a copy of Nexus: Polarity!
This was intense, from the beginning, and drew me in even more, than the first novel in the series. I loved how how it all came together, and how scriptural references were woven through it in such powerful ways. I enjoy characters that I can develop an attachment to. And Daniel Summers is definitely one of those kind of characters. I also love how, when you think the situation is completely hopeless, so much hope is found in faith. This definitely has a "mercy triumphs over judgment" feel to it.