Friday, April 8, 2011

Review: The Summoner: (The Dominic Grey Novels) (Volume 1)

A United States diplomat disappears in front of hundreds of onlookers while attending a religious ceremony in the bushveld of Zimbabwe.

Dominic Grey, Diplomatic Security special agent, product of a violent childhood and a worn passport, is assigned to investigate. Aiding the investigation is Professor Viktor Radek, religious phenomenologist and expert on cults, and Nya Mashumba, the local government liaison.

What Grey uncovers is a terrifying cult older than Western civilization, the harsh underbelly of a country in despair, a priest seemingly able to perform impossibilities, and the identity of the newest target.


I was blown away when I read THE SUMMONER.   It captured my attention and it felt like I was watching a movie.  I was able to see everything that happened because of the vivid descriptions and it made for a really great reading experience.  Pick up this book, you won't be disappointed! 

March 7, 2011
332 pages

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for free.

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