From the beginning of time, countless battles have been waged between the forces of Good and Evil. Usually, these wars occur beyond human awareness. But sometimes a person is drawn into these conflicts by Fate and finds themselves battling the forces of darkness alongside supernatural beings to save the world from destruction.

Hellish tells the stories of these reluctant heroes and their journeys, who often must first save themselves from their own demons before they can save everyone else.

Every thirty seconds someone reaches for a blade, pills, or gun in an attempt to end their life. Every twelve minutes, an unsuspecting victim succumbs to the silent demons that call them home–for some it is born of mental illness such as depression or schizophrenia, for others substance abuse, and still more are driven mad by traumatic events. Yet even amid the darkness and despair there is one sinister force manipulating these innocent lives—Belial, The Fallen—who seeks to bring about the end of mankind through calculated deception and manipulation.

Michael stands alone against this malevolent being; his tortured soul bearing the scars of years of nightmares and hidden memories. His only solace now coming from the needle’s embrace or white powder in his nose. But at this moment of ultimate desperation, he discovers his true purpose: To save humanity from the grasp of Belial’s wicked design.

Just when Michael thought the nightmares couldn’t get any worse, he’s pulled through a series of tortures that push him to the brink of annihilation. With his body and soul completely broken, he discovers he’s been chosen to be the champion against the evil that’s been tormenting him and must summon the strength within himself to either fight back or watch the destruction of the world and all that he holds dear.

Great Book I just finished this book & I really loved it. The author has a way of making the characters come to life and once I started it, I couldn’t put it down. Small warning: this story is not for the weak, there are a lot of triggers and heartbreaking situations that left me reeling. I’ll definitely be getting the next book.
Scott Dokey