The Witch's Eye

The Witch's Eye

by Steven Montano

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The Witch's Eye by Steven Montano

A new evil is born.

The Ebon Cities have created a deadly new breed of undead called the Witchborn, whose very existence spells doom for the entire continent.

To make matters worse, a nihilist cult called the Black Circle has learned of the Witch�s Eye, the source of the Witchborn virus and an item capable of opening a portal to The Black.

Eric Cross�s scattered and war-weary team must find the Eye before it�s too late. With the aid of some unlikely allies, the mercenaries will fight their way across the wastelands and challenge the horrors at the edge of oblivion.

And before the battle is won Cross and his team will make the ultimate sacrifice, and face one of their own�

Return to the world After The Black in Book 5 of the BLOOD SKIES saga!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016017297
Publisher: Darker Sunset Press
Publication date: 01/18/2013
Series: Blood Skies , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Steven Montano can�t believe he�s written five full-length novels in this series. Writing five more will likely be the death of him. But hey�it was fun while it lasted.

He lives in Washington State with his wife, two children, a dog of below-average intelligence, and a ridiculous number of books and bottles of wine.

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The Witch's Eye 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good read. This book goes into buddy mode, pairing up most characters. My favorite parts are the introduction of back story, this time we get more than just Cross, and th odd new abominations that leak from Steven's mind and onto the page. We see the characters suffer so much to protect their fragile way of life. The Witch's Eye must be stopped at all costs. We see new characters introduced and new ways for the existing cast to operate. I am convinced Cross is the John McClane of his age, without the Christmas parties. He must push through the BS to meet his goal, must wade through the muck of others' ill-fated plans for him to get where he needs to be and protect what friends he has left.