A Light Beyond the Darkness by Mikel Wilson and Sherry Gist
Date Published: August 16, 2016
In a land not far from your imagination is a clan of Hybrids. This clan will show you great wonders, love beyond time and great adventure. To read about this clan will make you believe in the unknown and open your mind to wonders of your imagination.
Mikel Wilson and Sherry Gist
Two people from different backgrounds meet and became instant friends. They realized that they were like minded. Others never understood the mind trappings of these two individuals. One day, playing around, they came up with the Hybrid Clan. Henceforth, a stronger friendship and a new book. Hope you all enjoy this book as much as they enjoyed creating it.
Here’s a funny fact for you reader’s out there, Mikel and Sherry meet about 7 years ago and they have been friends every since. They are both very unique individuals and everyone that meets them can plainly see that they have made a lifelong friendship. Mikel, or Kel as a few people like to call him, is a young man from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He now makes his home in Sweet Water, Alabama. Sherry is a lady from a small town known as Meeker, Oklahoma. She calls Crossville, Alabama home now. They are both family oriented. They have lots in common and yet they are different. These two will dazzle and boggle the mind. Together they hope to bring your imagination alive in a whole new way.
Sherry is an Amazon, but there is more to her. She starts feeling ill and learns from Mikel that she is a hybrid like him. Sherry is part Amazon part vampire. Mikel is part vampire part werewolf. Sherry becomes ill and her best friend Mags, the Amazon, helps her. Sherry is pregnant and Mikel is going to have to save her. Together they have a beautiful little girl that is the prophesized chosen one that has great power and can bring peace to the world. We follow along as the child grows and faces many challenges.
I have to say that I am a little torn on how to review this book. I liked the story, it was put together well and I liked how each part progressed. There were great powers and abilities and lots of adversity to face.
The part I had trouble with was the names. Sometimes Mikel goes by his name and other times Hybrid. Same for Sherry. But the part that got me was the flow of the story was rough. I admit that I could have read a rough draft so with some editing this could easily be fixed.
I think for a first book this one is a little rough. I do think that there could be future books that flow better but I had a hard time reading A Light Beyond the Darkness.
I received A Light Beyond the Darkness from Reading Addiction Virtual Book Tours for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.