Second Death got me in an incredible way. The story began interesting, moved to and fro without becoming a puzzle while a puzzle was in fact unfolding on the pages, among the members of the Giles family. Spanning many generations, a big family issue is coming to light. An issue so complex and mind-boggling that people to try to use the power that envelopes it for their own plans.
Follow the astounding discoveries of Mark Richards as he works his way through libraries and history, flashbacks and revelations.
And the end? I’m not going to tell you, read it yourself. One thing’s certain: I didn’t see that one coming.