Underworld is part 2 of the Dark Passage Series. Peel back what we know as reality and there is an unseen world that is just waiting for you to enter. The way through the veil has been closed for many centuries but the terrors of war have unleashed great evil and the two worlds are merging. There are a chosen few who will walk the way of the dead and discover the secrets that are hidden deep within. Weapons of mass destruction are unleashed on society as world leaders face off to establish a one world government. Ivy & Jen are forewarned of the events to come and are hidden away in an underground bunker when chaos erupts. While they wait for word of when they are to come out of hiding, they explore the ancient caverns below the old house. They stumble upon the Book Of Prophesy they learn that they are to embark on a journey through the underworld to find the hidden location of the Tree Of Life that holds the secret of releasing the world from the evil that has overtaken it. In the process of finding the tree they discover the terrible secrets of the underworld. Nothing is as it seems, and they must find the answers or risk eternity on the Darkside; beyond the veil of humanity. One of the girls learns she has a powerful connection to this realm and faces the decision of embracing her humanity or accepting her rightful place in this world.
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Thanks to everyone who read the book! Thank you so much for all of your feedback- There are many awesome blogs that have featured Dark Passage and I will compile a list and put them up asap. I would encourage you to check them out- they are all excellent and well worth following. Great group of people- ** ## I am going to post chapter 1 of book 2 soon- BOOK 3 is completed ;) I am working on a new series as well- I am really excited about the new series and will put out a free sample soon!
I write from my heart- using bits and pieces of various people I have worked with over the years as a counselor and social worker. In the stories, people can overcome tragedy and perhaps have a good outcome; while in life they may have had a tragic end. It's healing somehow, to write about the tragic souls I have known- they live on in the characters and are released from the hidden corners of my mind. Someone wisely told me once "write what you know - the ink on paper will act as poison draining from your soul".