This book starts with an introduction to a mysterious guardian protecting an ancient secret. The Pandora in the Box is about to be freed on the unsuspecting world unless stopped. Four Teenagers are called to be the present day heroes and heroines, the present day warriors to fight the dark forces. They are called to go into the bowels of Hell and faced horrors unmentionable to prevent the head demon and his minions from escaping and bring havoc to the earthly realm. The intrigue of the plot, the bonding of total opposite characters, teenagers make this story worth reading to the conclusion. It is more then a good against evil battle tale, it is a fight to the end and the the question is who will win? The thrills of coming closer to victory or defeat keeps the reader compelled to complete this entertaining story. It is written to lure the reader to personally become attached to one or more of the characters as they struggle through their fears of the unknown and learn to become masters of their own destiny as they are assigned to saved humanity from being taken hostage by vile forces.
In the author’s own words, “They all knew. And they were all scared now, no matter the fronts they put on. But too, the Guardian Knew, each of them could only realize that they now were not alone. Finally not alone in the horrors that they saw”.
The witty and serious tones of this YA paranormal story stimulates the brain neurons and leaves the reader breathless at the final page. This tale makes it so that being introduced to these writers’ creativity on paper and ebook is a gift to be shared.
Also knowing that there are more treasures like these coming in the near future, keeps the heart racing and provides entertainment to look forward too. One could recommend for this book to be a conversational piece if they are interested in the supernatural, and hold a lively debate about predictions and consequences of desicions one makes to balance the scales of good vs. evil. This is a masterpiece to be stored in your personal library and brought out on a scary thunderstorm night, or to be enjoyed in the brght sunlight.