Review: Andrews and Wilson’s “Dark Fall”

Andrews and Wilson are gearing up to release the third installment of their Shepherds Series titled “Dark Fall” on November 8th, 2022. The upcoming book is even more gritty and intense than the last one. This time around, the action scenes are spaced out, but they hit with a supernatural punch.

In “Dark Fall,” Jedidiah Johnson and his Shepherds team travel to South America and Asia to investigate a terrifying new weapon the Dark Ones have obtained. DO wiped out one target, and the good guys (and girls) will do everything in their power to stop anymore attacks. The only problem is that the Dark Ones number one target remains the gifted Watcher Sarah Beth Yarnell. The demon-possessed warriors are inching their way toward her during the confusing weapon investigation.

The physical and supernatural go head to head as The Shepherds embark on a mad chase against evil, Sarah Beth works hard on her “soul” strength and Victor appears in the flesh  to do his own dirty work.  There is a hint of romance in the story, but it is overpowered by the characters’ allegiance to their Masters and missions.

“Dark Fall” is custom-built for the mainstream audience. It features everyday language with a hefty dose of biblical principles mixed in. The mainstream will easily relate to some aspects of the book while being introduced to Christianity. The fantasy and fighting sequences will instantly remind readers of countless Good vs Evil fights in Hollywood accompanied by biblical visions from books like Revelation.

“Dark Fall” is scheduled to be released on November 8th, 2022.

A Special Thanks to Tyndale House Publishers for the advance reader copy of the book and cover image*

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