Redemption Song

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
NIGHTWATCH, Book 4 When Sally Reiser joined the secretive network, she did so to protect her handicapped child. But the network that kept them safe has been infiltrated and has taken up a sinister new purpose, to murder Sally, the seer of God, and also her eight-year-old autistic son. How far and fast will this mother run to escape a fate fueled by fanaticism and decreed a thousand years before s More

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About Stephan Michael Loy

Stephan Michael Loy has a degree in Journalism from Indiana University and an advanced degree in Art Education. He is a military veteran, having served five years in Armor and Cavalry commands in Europe and the United States. He uses all of these experiences in the stories he creates. He has published multiple novels and novellas on Smashwords that can also be found in print at and Amazon, among other online sources. Go to to easily find these books in print or ebook formats.

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Review by: Dick Grimm on Aug. 17, 2015 :
Redemption Song is a supernatural thriller that starts off with a bang and never lets up on the suspense.

But it's more than that. It's the story of a woman torn between her disillusioned skepticism and her undeniable experience with the unexplainable. It's the story of a mother's love and a child's optimism. It's the story of one romance maturing as another begins to blossom.

But most of all it's about the conflict between those who would preserve life versus those who would destroy it. It's about loyalty and being trustworthy and coming through for the people who depend on you. It's a tale of some of the evil things that people do, and it's an ode to the fact that we can sometimes redeem ourselves from the very worst failures.

The story moves briskly without reducing the characters to one- or two-dimensional cut-outs. You never feel like the characters' fates are a foregone conclusion, and at the same time you care about what happens to them.

Possibly the best book Stephan Loy has ever written.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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