Joni Warren has skills few other 17-year-olds have: she can cast simple spells, heal minor injuries and see (somewhat) into the future. At first her only issue was just passing her high school classes - training with spirit weapons called Remnants and learning how to protect her friends from deadly sorcerers was not in Joni's study plan!
After a job reassignment, Erik Hart gets in over his head by working for the cruel taskmaster Zachary, an enigmatic man who seemingly knows more than he lets on. Rouge scientists are willing to help Erik disappear from breakneck enforcers if he can finish one final job. His search for answers leads him to a powerful organization bent on stopping him by every ruthless method at their disposal!
Erik Hart thought he knew who he was, but everything – his name, his family, his school, his life has becomes nothing, as if his whole world had been erased! After confronting someone who seems to know him and his past at the research hospital, Erik’s life takes a deviant turn that may break his world altogether. Searching for the truth nearly pushes Erik off the edge of sanity. . .
The master swordsman Chaka Isawa cuts a path of destruction, leaving behind corpses wherever he happens to be. Controlling such fearsome power tests the strength of the warrior monk Jurou Seiki, who has been ordered to kill the man known simply as ‘The Beast’. His task, to destroy the sinister force influencing Chaka proves difficult, as his life is threatened as well!
Chaka Isawa is a master swordsman known as ‘The Beast’ - not for his near-legendary skill in combat, but for slaying over a thousand men! Faced with a death sentence, he is forced to run. But no matter how far he runs, his past continues to haunt him.
Erik Hart suppresses important information, and suffers debilitating headaches and nightmares as a result. He sleepwalks through life trying to live out an average existence. When dangerous people threaten his life, Erik must recall what he has worked so hard at putting out of his mind, no matter how nefarious the truth seems...