Dark Matter Syndrome: The Awakening

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For over a thousand years, they have stared through the invisible force separating their world from ours, and grew hungry. Now, they've found a way through. Darkness from their side swallows our skies, their diseases leave our human bodies as soulless husks. Two things can save us: a mysterious power locked in a small chest covered in glyphs, and the 7 year old girl it chose to protect it. More

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About Michael K. Drummer

Author, Michael K. Drummer was born in Chicago, Illinois and lives in the Washington, D.C. suburbs with his wife Trinh. They have three children aged 7-9, and two dogs, a Maltese and a Yorkie. The Drummer's extended family includes three young sponsored children living in Ecuador and Indonesia.

Interest include ending human trafficking and the oppression of children.

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Review by: E L Russell on Nov. 24, 2013 :
In Dark Matter Syndrome, Book One: The Awakening, a paranormal thriller, Michael K. Drummer takes us into a dark and exciting action filled world. His protagonists, Katie, a young woman, and Jonas, a mature Vietnam vet are all that stand between humanity’s survival on Earth and an evil, disease laden darkness.
Trained in the Martial Arts, the author delivers non-stop, realistic hand-to-hand combat in a fresh, exciting fashion through vivid scenes and sharp dialogue.
Vampire-like alien demons pursue Katie to gain control of her mysterious artifact and complete the destruction of mankind. Jonas protects and ultimately trains her to be his partner in combat.
The writer crafts their journey through a treacherous path of twists and surprise in a vividly realistic, dark, and dangerous world.
There is material here for an extended story spanning several books and the author’s initial efforts promise a successful series.
I recommend this as a must read.


E. L. Russell
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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