and weary, Dwan is ordered to go forty-seven years into the past
in a last ditch effort to find the one man who can help her
fight the monsters created decades ago by a company called
Lambruchet. Monsters that have since devastated mankind and the
Voight has been battling the Lambruchet demons ever since the
company had his father killed. As the first Troller, he’s made
it his duty to bring down the creatures and find a way to
permanently stop them. He’s
skeptical of Dwan's claim that she’s from the future.
But her skill is undeniable, and her presence becomes an
all-consuming passion for the man who had pushed aside any
thought of a personal life in his quest to drive the demons to
never expected to fall and fall hard for the emotionally
unapproachable soldier. Worse, she knew what kind of death lay
ahead for Eli, which meant there could never be a future for
they must fight to take out the monstrosities, or else Earth as
it is will cease to exist. And the Earth that could be, Dwan’s
world, will only hold a future of horror and hopelessness.
Warning: Contains living
nightmares, screwed DNA, impromptu dentistry, great beef stew
(with real meat), deadly broom handles, a shave without a
haircut, coded writing, and a
future that gives mankind only two more decades to exist.