Devils Den by Jeff Altabef
I am reviewing this great 296-page gripping supernatural thriller novel called, Devil's Den: A Nephilim Thriller Book 1 by Jeff Altabef. It will be published on November 5, 2018 by Evolved Publishing.
Jeff lives with his wife, two daughters, and a dog named Charlie in New York. He writes novels in the thriller and young adult genre. He also volunteers at the writing center in a community college. One of his books, Shatter Point, won the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for Best Thriller in the Fall of 2017.
The top three books, Jeff co-authored with his daughter, Erynn.
Strap in for the read of your life. This novel is set in the future where the people are divided in districts. You have to have a card to get into some of the districts and some districts are off limits. People are starting to rebel and start a civil war. It's good vs evil. There's talk of End of Days. And in the midst of this is Steven, a former spy and soldier, coming home to search for his mom. A mom he hasn't seen for years. A mom who killed his dad years ago with scissors claiming he was a demon. Was his dad a demon, he didn't believe back then but is starting to believe now. His demons want him to change into them. He is fighting them at the same time that he is trying to find his old flames daughter, who was abducted. He follows clues that leads him to learn that there is a cult who is kidnapping beautiful and smart teenagers for what purpose, he doesn't know. But time is running out, will he find Megan before his demons take him? Will good win or will evil? You will have to read the book to find out.
This is a great novel with its twists and turns. It captures the attention from the first page. Even though I love and recommend this book, there were a few things that could have made a difference which was there were numbers in places that shouldn't have been there. They might have been page numbers and the other thing was in some places there was a space between paragraphs and in some instances there was not a space making it hard to figure out if it was the same paragraph. But I was reading the Ebook version and not the hard copy. But after a while, I got used to the numbers and the lack of space and didn't notice. The suspense took over. The author writes about a world in the future and that there might be a civil war. It nots really far fetched that some of this could happen in the real world. Even now in some countries, there are rebellions and civil wars and people divided up into caste groups. Where it's better to be wealthy then poor. I am so glad that I read this book. You are rooting for Steven, will he find Megan and will he become good like he wants to. Can he overcome his demons? It is fast pace. Can't wait to read the next book.
If you love to read fantasy, paranorma, thriller, mystery and some suspense then this is the book for you. This book has a little bit something for every reader. I would recommend this book to any reader.