Patrick E. Thomas Pens BLACK SOULS
The battle between good and evil rages on in the modern world, as depicted in author Patrick E. Thomas' new novel. Ezekiel is a man with an extraordinary talent - he can see evil around him vividly. Tasked to eliminate the dark forces of near and distant lands, he is joined by a mix of characters whose missions are full of perils in "Black Souls."
"Black Souls" covers crime, terrorism, war and politics, centering on a man named Ezekiel who possesses a unique ability - he sees evil and good aura around people very clearly. With the help of his companions - fearsome warriors with physical and mental powers - Drisana, Zakkova, Max the king cobra and Mia the black leopard, Ezekiel goes out on missions to obliterate the world's evil forces. "Black Souls" delves deeper into interesting political aspects that reach the highest levels of government, with topics that are germane to the world today - including terrorism, the war with Israel and President Obama.
Entertaining and engrossing, readers of this book will come away with a feeling of patriotism. With never a dull moment, "Black Souls" is a time-relevant, suspenseful fun read.
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About the Author
Patrick E. Thomas graduated magna cum laude from Arizona State University with Bachelor of Science Degrees in Business Administration and Criminal Justice. He worked for Lockheed Martin Corporation for 29 years, where he became very knowledgeable about airborne weapon systems. He started writing just to keep from getting bored. He soon found out that he had a unique talent for writing fictional stores.
Black Souls * by Patrick E. Thomas
Publication Date: May 19, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 254 pages; ISBN 9781493183852
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