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|Title||:||Running with the Demon (Word & Void, #1)|
|Publisher||:||Del Rey Books|
|Number of Pages||:||420|
|Category||:||Fantasy, Urban fantasy, Fiction|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Running with the Demon (Word & Void, #1) Twenty years ago Terry Brooks turned fantasy fiction on its head with The Sword of Shannara the first fantasy novel to make the mainstream bestseller lists and the first in an unbroken string of thirteen bestselling books Now in Running with the Demon Brooks does nothing less than revitalize fantasy fiction again inventing the complex and powerful new mythos of the Word and the Void good versus evil still but played out in the theater in the round of the real world of our present .
On the hottest Fourth of July weekend in decades two men have come to Hopewell Illinois site of a lengthy bitter steel strike One is a demon dark servant of the Void who will use the anger and frustration of the community to attain a terrible secret goal The other is John Ross a Knight of the Word a man who while he sleeps lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking Ross has been given the ability to see the future But does he have the power to change it .
At stake is the soul of a fourteen year old girl mysteriously linked to both men And the lives of the people of Hopewell And the future of the country This Fourth of July while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence the fate of Humanity will be decided .
A novel that weaves together family drama fading innocence cataclysm and enlightenment Running with the Demon will forever change the way you think about the fantasy novel As believable as it is imaginative as wondrous as it is frightening it is a rich exquisitely written tale to be savored long after the last page is turned