It is written fairly well with some parts being a little too “wordy” but still is worth the read for some people. It’s main focus is dealing with Drew Carter who ends up in a crazy science experience gone wrong and can see another dimension. This gives him the ability to see “invaders” that no on else can see. He sets out on a journey to find a friend who had to disappear after the experiment went wrong and finds himself in many interesting predicaments. This is the first of a series and I am interested in seeing how the other parts of the story go.
I did think it was interesting how the “dark invaders” were able to influence the people around them. It really makes you think about how people are influenced by evil in the world today. There are also some well written battles between the dark and light invaders.
If you are at all religious you will know what these invaders are supposed to be representing and it is a little unbelievable that Drew never really gets it. His christian friend Sydney tries to help him along the way and might eventually be able to help him realize what he is actually seeing.
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