From award-winning author Guy Lozier comes the time-travel, dimensional shifting epic struggle of all the creations. Frank Herbert and J. K. Rowling can agree to just how good this book is. The dimensions are falling one by one. Nothing can stand against Devians. They are the demons beneath the beds, the dark demented ones that are feeding on our souls. The new bodysnatchers, they are here and there's nothing we can do will stop them.
The police won’t believe you, your own family will drug and institutionalize you if you tell them. Even though it is hopeless. Even though no one can kill a Devian. Even though they grow more powerful every moment. Even though it is absurd to think about standing against them. One man will. A shaman from thousands of years in the past travels through time to battle them in modern times. Even with his magic and the help of the Faery, Dragons, Dwarves, Darklanders, and Morantians from the higher dimensions and powerful beings from the future, only a one woman's love can save us.
She kicked him out of her dimension. Told him not to come back until he changed his ways. But no one treats the King of the Devians that way. Originally published as The Eternal: Guardian of Light & The Morantian, which are books one and two of The Mind Rift Saga.
Dimensions and time travel with mysteries and twists beyond most individual’s abilities to comprehend, Guy weaves a complex adventure to life. Called a genius by many for his writing techniques, buy this audiobook and find out why....
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The Shaman is a book that didn't hold my attention. The narrator has a good voice but it sounds like she is in a cave with an echo. I received this audio book at my request and I am voluntarily leaving my honest review.
- Jennifer Hawkins
Not my cup of tea
The story itself was not terrible, just not in my wheelhouse. The narration did it in for me. It sounded like she was recording in a cavernous metal room with a tinny slight echo going on. This made it difficult for me to concentrate on what was going on in the story.