Meric is a troubled youth living in England near the turn of the 19th century. Neglected and bitter, he was raised within a wealthy dynasty where family secrets are well kept and shrouded by a dark, mysterious past. He soon learns that his bloodline is interwoven with a secret society of the politically elite with a complex agenda of the most sinister nature. After witnessing a horrific crime perpetrated by the infamous Jack the Ripper, Meric is faced with the gravest of ultimatums; he must choose between fleeing to the only place on earth where he could be safe from his demonic heritage, or join the ranks of The Order of the Golden Dawn.
This second installment of the bestselling Book of Neophyte saga weaves legendary characters; historic events of the past, present and future; within the depths of the afterlife and beyond. From Amityville to Whitechapel, Auschwitz to Bohemian Grove, the puzzle is vast but the pieces have only just begun to reveal what may soon become the End of Days.
The Book of Neophyte:
The Order of the Golden Dawn
The Order of the Golden Dawn was particularly tricky but exceptionally fun to write. As an author, I am rather fond of the heroes, but there's nothing quite like a good villain.
My intrigue in historical characters took on a whole new likeness as for the first time in literary history, some of the most infamous villains ever known - and a few new ones - join forces to combat the enduring forces of divinity.
Characters like Jack the Ripper, Elizabeth Bathory and Vlad the Impaler to name only a few, and what do these people have in common? All who claimed to be immortal, but none of their bodies were ever found.
For the first time, historcally significant characters will mesh with real issues that threaten the non-fictional world. Conspiracy theories, cover-ups, secret societies, sacrificial rituals, murder, bloodlust, folklore, paranormal activity, fairy tales and biblical apocalypse, all in the same adventure.
The Order of the Golden Dawn is scheduled for release in the early summer of 2017.
Origins of The Order of the Golden Dawn