By Patrick W. Carr
Whilst one guy is brutally murdered and the priest he works for mortally wounded at the streets of Bunard, Willet Dunham is named to enquire. but the clues to the crime result in contradictions and questions with out solutions. As Willet starts to question the death priest, the fellow pulls Willet shut and screams in a overseas tongue. Then he dies with no one other word.
Willet returns to the town, no in the direction of solutions than ahead of, yet his senses are skewed. humans he touches seem to have a sophisticated shift, a twist obvious on the fringe of his imaginative and prescient, and it's as if he can see their private strategies. In an international divided among haves and have-nots, proficient and customary, Willet quickly learns he's been handed the rarest reward of all: a present that's no longer imagined to exist.
Now Willet needs to pursue the assassin nonetheless at the free in Bunard at the same time he's pulled right into a even more risky and epic clash that threatens not just his urban, yet his complete world—a clash that might strength him to return to phrases along with his personal tortured prior if he desires to live on.