Obsessed with discovering evidence of the afterlife, Mike's death-defying stunts have brought him closer than ever to lifting the veil of reality, always just out of reach. However, his ventures to the edge have not gone unnoticed, and a mysterious organization by the name "O'Neill" seeks to recruit him to their own cause: preparing the city for impending Ragnarok, the end of the world as they know it.
Before long, a world ruled by scientific method and rational thinking is challenged by the supernatural - luring the dead, the damned, and the demons that have long awaited the return of magic, and they will stop at nothing to bring it back for good. Suddenly, Mike is at the center of a battle between the forces of reason, of good, of evil...and everything in between.
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By Artie Tessmann on 05-02-17
A dive into the shadows
What did you love best about The Seventh Age?
I loved that is is written for those of us who enjoy the supernatural creatures that are not fluffy and diluted for teenage consumption. That still have their dark and gritty sides.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Mike. Can't explain without giving too much away.
Would you listen to another book narrated by James Patrick Cronin?
I would give him a second chance his accents change for a few characters through out the book.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Robert Wadowski on 25-10-17
The end of the world - Gift Wrapped
The world ends and death reigns supreme. Or so things may seem. This is a dark romp through the secret societies of Chicago and the power they wield. However this isn't your Dan Brown novel. This feels like a love letter to Vampire the Masquerade. I always felt like the machinations of the world were ignoring Mike (The Protagonist) till it was too late. This is exactly what I would expect from elder powers that be. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is a fan of intrigue and action, with a healthy dollop of conspiracy.
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