The fabled war in heaven has finally come to an end! Seven powerful angels of God and their armies have won the fight and cast the devil and his minions to earth. The struggle for the souls of men intensifies to epic proportions with Transition Men at the heart of the battle.
The most powerful Transition Man ever to exist is Wesley Griffin. Welsey is the king pin of the Las Vegas underworld. When a deal goes bad for one of his girls and begs for his help, he refuses. To avenge his betrayal, she kills him. After his death, he finds darkness at the end of the tunnel and is sent back to earth by an evil power. Upon his return to life, he comes face to face with who he has been, and the slumbering hero inside him awakens. Wesley tries to use his new power to dominate all life no matter the cost. The noble Griffin fights to redeem Wesley’s evil and change his colors. Who will win the internal struggle? Find out in the action-packed story of the Transition Man
Jon, how did you come up with the title for your book? Does it have any special meaning?
I thought about what is happening to my main character and this series is about changing from one thing to another, a transition. as for any special meaning I meant to inspire with this story, I’ll let readers decide what it means for them.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Probably Isa, she has so much attitude, reminds me of my wife.
Does your book have any underlying theme, message, or moral?
Anyone can improve themselves and change no matter what they may have done.
What would/could a reader or reviewer say about this book that shows they “get” you as an author?
That they relate to the concept of change and having regrets. Also that they understand the a character. I think also, fast paced, fun to read, action packed are all me.
Give us an excerpted quote from your favorite review of this book:
It reminds me of other books I have read about losing your soul and having to redeem it. There is a great deal of action and the scenes and characters are well written. I read this in a day and wanted to set it aside on my Kindle so I could read it again someday. It is like watching your favorite movie.
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