Books written by T James Reese
Christian Author of Lucky 13, The Lighthouse, Redemption, The Legend of the Blade, forgotten gods, DC and more...
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Books written by T James Reese
Writing in different genres, there's no telling what Christian author Timothy James Reese will write next. From gripping spiritual/supernatural thrillers and geopolitical espionage suspense to far away lands and historical fiction, get ready to be entertained! Read the Lucky 13 Trilogy (Lucky 13, The Lighthouse, Redemption) and then follow Tim on a journey to feudal Japan in The Legend of the Blade. forgotten gods is available now. Stay posted for more updates on T. James Reese's next project, Nadia—a near-future thriller set in snowy Eastern Europe.
Brazil. Deep within the Amazon, veiled far below the rainforest canopy, a village is massacred. Upon investigation, officials rule it tribal genocide, but there’s a problem with their findings: there are no remains. The villagers are gone, lost to the jungle; among the missing, a family of American missionaries. News of the tragedy travels stateside, leaving John Campbell, the brother of the missionary, confused and angry. A week later, John receives a curious brown paper package in the mail, postmarked from Rio De Janeiro, a customs label slapped crookedly across the top. His hands shake as he loosens the wrapping and realizes what’s enclosed: his brother’s leather-bound journal. Included is a sloppily written note from a fisherman claiming to know what really happened and that the government had lied about the village’s fate. In a quest for truth, John Campbell embarks on a dangerous journey to the Amazon. But will he find what he’s looking for or be left with more questions that need answered?
Moscow. Winter. A dark, sprawling wood stands in curious contrast to the encroaching urban world in which it hides. A mysterious compound lies hidden deep within the trees. The blocky, uniform, concrete structures are relics, reminders of a bygone cold war. Now the sound of children's voices echoes through the labyrinthine corridors.
Here from her bedroom window, young Nadia dreams of the outside world. Is it a school? A hospital? Would she even know the difference? The children call it home while some might imagine it a prison, a stronghold without bars. An impenetrable walls encase the property. Armed guards patrol the lone, gated entrance to the grounds. Advanced surveillance drones take flight around the campus. Security cameras monitor the rooms and halls. Nadia—like all the inhabitants—is watched as she eats, as she studies, as she sleeps. To her this is normal; this is all she's ever known.
But an awakening will come. It must. Something dormant lurks just beneath the surface. Nadia is restless. She's changing—she feels it, though she can't describe it. Her dreams are terrifying. Nightmarish, brooding creatures haunt her sleep, unbelievable power coursing through her body—the power to alter the world resides within Nadia. Can she be controlled?