Michael Crest, a nuclear scientist, leaves his family on a secret mission that could kill him. Without saying goodbye, he disappears without a trace. Michael’s wife, Evelyn, suspects foul play, but she must prove to the police that her husband is still alive.
Sharon Cole’s entire life is shrouded in mystery. She must unravel the misery behind her father’s sudden death, and a sword-wielding believer, David, must keep his faith in God as he battles with fear and failure. Hammed Khalif’s entire family perished in Gaza. He’s thirsty for revenge, but Hammed faces the ultimate test of what makes him human. Five people in three countries, connected by fate and sheer luck. Would they stop an impending war? Can love overcome hatred and darkness?
The unfolding events would put strangers together, test their strength, and turn friends into enemies. Can love conquer all? Can love work its magic on a vengeful soul intent on revenge?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 April 2013
I saw the preview of this book and ordered it the same day, and I could not wait to see the whole story. Great book, with loads of suspense andan excellentl storyline. The Feet of darkness combine the entire idea of the supernatural and normal everyday life. The writer did a great job of making it curren; thatt way, I could relate it to current happenings. It also cuts across the globe in setting, so you can relate to it wherever you are. Very imaginative writing, and I would say it is a must-read for anyone who likes a spark in their reading!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 June 2013
I read The Feet of Darkness by Seyi Sandra David on my kindle. I brought it as one of the first books for it. First, this book is a religious book dealing with the hordes of hell battling the armies of heaven. The story follows several main characters as they progress and learn about themselves and their destinies. Their backgrounds are explained and how they are in the situation they are in, and how they are all part of God’s plan. There are some likeable characters, and of course, some that you like to dislike. All are believable and well-written.
Along with the histories, you have regrets about the decisions made. Each person has a reason for calling and a reason for atonement. The descriptions of the places are well placed, and you can “see” what the author is showing you. The way the demons are, in their court, is exceptionally described. The horror of the setting is apparent, as is how they are treated. There are twists throughout the book in just the right places.
The fight at the end is impressive, and as is always the way with angels vs demons … you are left with a sense of satisfaction.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 May 2013
I have been enjoying this book right from day one. It’s literally so beautiful and peaceful to read. Plus, it is extremely easy to understand. This book is really interesting! I can’t get enough!!