As soldiers gather in a final battle that will determine the fate of mankind in a land torn by war, Iseac looks back on the events that led to this pivotal point as he makes his way with an army of men to the Abyss of Rorrah to fight a being with the power of a god.
Born with a gift, unique to a few, known as Anamerians, Iseac learned that he was a counterpoint on events that affected humanity before it happens. Trained by a patron named Gabram, he is given charge of an elite group of warriors known as Ackalans and sent to find three youths that are their hope of stopping an impending war that if not stopped could end in the annihilation of humanity.
In his quest, Iseac finds himself in a small town where everyone was killed by creatures that appear and disappear without a trace. He finds an only survivor in one of these mysterious attack, a young man named Samuel who managed to escape and soon they both discovered how tied their fates are to the oncoming battle.
This novel is written for children, who like me did not like reading in my teen The story shows the struggle between good and evil, as characters determined to save humanity cross paths with characters determined to destroy it. A book both parents and children alike will enjoy.