Special Agent William Codex is part of the Holzer Initiative, a top secret branch of the FBI. His job is to project us, the mortals, from the threats of the supernatural and, to protect well meaning supernatural citizens from discovery and harm from the mortal world.
While responding to the murder of a dear friend and member of the supernatural community Codex discovers a much deeper conspiracy. Before he knows it Codex is caught in a spiral of murder and mystery that is somehow connected to his departed friend.
He must: protect a beautiful young woman just stepping into her considerable physic powers, deal with a deadly sorceress, track down Bigfoot and, battle wits with leprechauns. And those are just his allies.
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I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Many thanks to the author for allowing me the opportunity to read his work. William Codex: Knight of the Silver Sword follows a federal agent charged with the task of monitoring the local population of supernatural beings. The story introduces us to werewolves, elves, and a bigfoot, just to name a few, as the main character attempts to track down the murderer of one of the werewolves. Unfortunately, I found very little to like about this book. None of the characters were well developed and, as such, the dialogue was uninteresting. In too many places, the author's writing was confusing and difficult to understand. The book was also full of grammatical errors. The final two chapters were actually rather good. The storytelling was well done and the characters began to feel well rounded. It was just a little too late to impact my overall impression, though.