Marcus Sakey: Afterlife

 

Entwined in ether

 

Claire McCoy, FBI boss, Will Brody, her direct report. Lovers just discovering each other. Their lives severed then rejoined in a place neither could expect.

Afterlife is not paradise. Existence on a different plane is rife with danger and more than that, it’s not even the last stop on an uncharted passage. A classic battle of good vs. evil with an uncertain outcome.

This book is quite different from the usual. It blends aspects of crime fiction and fantasy, within a love story. It brackets elements of the earth we know, with the world we cannot know.

Just what happens after we die is unperceivable, in this story Marcus Sakey gives us a concept that you can kick-around. It may not be for everyone, but you could be surprised at how much you enjoy it.

Afterlife releases today and soon to be major motion picture

~ June Lorraine

 

 

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