It’s the Dawn of The Seventh Age in New Book Series from Rick Heinz
A new literary series kicked off today with The Seventh Age: Dawn, and we hear it’s the perfect addition to reading lists for fans of the Underworld and Divergent franchises.
This first installment in Rick Heinz’s sprawling Chicagoan urban fantasy epic, which is published by Inkshares, explores the consequences of bringing ancient magic into the contemporary world… will it mean untold wonders, or will it unleash hell on earth?
G. Derek Adams, author of Asteroid Made of Dragons, calls the book “unrelenting, unfiltered urban fantasy with a two-pack-a-day habit. Heinz has crammed more supernatural spectacle per square inch than is probably legal.”
Sound up your alley? Below is the official synopsis along with the book’s cover artwork. You can order The Seventh Age: Dawn now from Amazon and all the usual outlets.
Mike Auburn dangles above the city of Chicago from the beams of a half-built skyscraper. He is seconds from plummeting towards the circuit board of buildings and streetlights below, but oblivion is not what he seeks―it’s the dead.
Obsessed with discovering evidence of the afterlife, Mike’s death-defying stunts have brought him closer than ever to lifting the veil of reality, always just out of reach. However, his ventures to the edge have not gone unnoticed, and a mysterious organization by the name “O’Neill” seeks to recruit him to their own cause: preparing the city for impending Ragnarok, the end of the world as they know it.
Before long, a world ruled by scientific method and rational thinking is challenged by the supernatural―luring the dead, the damned, and the demons that have long awaited the return of magic, and they will stop at nothing to bring it back for good. Suddenly, Mike is at the center of a battle between the forces of reason, of good, of evil… and everything in between.