The Return by Byron N. Morrison

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"Area 51 is the tip of the iceberg though the real secret is all around us. Nether space is housed there, from a place where mystical energies were unleashed into our world.

Chaos entered our realm with the mystical energies, until the World Governments assembled a team of special men and women to combat these violent situations. These units, collectively called Dark Stalkers held the chaos at bay. These Nether beings, witches, lycanthropes, and vampires in our world were identified and allowed to live among us secretly, providing they live in peace. In modern times the governments were forced to pass a secret bill to have them licensed and regulated because some would use their strange abilities for death and destruction.

In the turn of the century, evil has moved its focus to a town called Reading, Pennsylvania, looking for a demon of great power. It holds knowledge that could plunge our entire existence into a hellish nightmare causing the human race to live as cattle, or fodder to the ruling denizens.

Also in Reading, PA is a special man named Maximus Jordan, who has no idea who or what he is though he alone is the key to world salvation, or plunge it into an eternal hell. His only guide to learning how to save our world is a mysterious man who tried to kill him. Max moved away to escape the death of his family and a broken relationship but the sequence of events begins on his RETURN."
 

About Byron N. Morrison

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Writing has been a passion for Byron Morrison for a long time. His favorite authors are R.A. Salvatore, Robert Jordan, and Anne Rice. He's been a resident of Reading, Pennsylvania, for most of his life. This is his first novel.
 
Published December 8, 2008 by iUniverse. 382 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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“If Batman makes it back to the 21st century on his own…Everyone dies!” - Superman.

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He mimics the fluid line work of Paquette and Pérez from issue five in showing the Batman wearing the end-of-the-universe Archivist costume.

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