IA: Invincible Assassin
by John Darryl Winston
My rating: 5 stars
Publisher: BHC Press/H2O (October 9, 2018)
Publication Date: October 9, 2018
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy
Print Length: 116 pages
The only thing worse than having nothing to live for is having nothing to lose
When tragedy strikes his best friend, Harvis Young knows there will be a reckoning, especially since Naz Andersen possesses the supernatural powers of a god.
Now it’s up to Harvis to save the guilty from Naz’s wrath. Beyond the mean streets of Marshal Park, Harvis will discover a darker path than anything he’s ever seen. His friend may not have the only soul that needs saving.
IA: Invincible Assassin by John Darryl Winston
(An IA Novella)
(An IA Novella)
Far darker and even more powerful than its predecessors, John Darryl Winston’s IA: INVINCIBLE ASSASSIN contains the raw beauty of soul-deep pain and the true friendship that will stop at nothing to dull it.
Naz has been emotionally destroyed, gutted to the core and now he’s on a mission of vengeance. Harvis is determined to save him from an unrecoverable reckoning, even if it means aiding him in his quest for retribution. Will Harvis be able to temper Naz’s supernatural rage? Can he save him from himself as he fights to hold on to his best friend?
In a brief, but incredible tale, we will hear the voice of Harvis, feel his emotions and witness the depths he will go to for Naz.
John Darryl Winston wields a powerful pen as he brings every emotion to life, from pain to the love seen through the eyes of a friend. He has also allowed us into Harvis’s personal world and the strength of his relationship with parents who know their child.
An exemplary read for young adults, as is the entire IA series!
I received a complimentary ARC edition from John Darryl Winston!