Do you believe in Angels and Demons? What would you do if you discovered your blood is valuable to both of them?
A mysterious 10,000-year-old structure buried deep under the ice in the coldest place on Earth. A secret research facility using advanced technology developed by Nazi scientists. Cryptic messages sent to the FBI by a Mischlinge, one of Hitler’s Jewish Nazi’s, warning the world the Anunnaki, the Nephilim, are about to return.
The BookViral Review:
An elegantly crafted and exhilarating read, the thrill begins with the prologue and doesn’t stop till the end as Webb delivers another corker of a novel!
Webb is a master at imbuing his stories with macabre atmosphere, and in Devil’s Cauldron (The War of Men and Angels Book 2) he has achieved the perfect blend of thriller and occult horror underpinned by the assured quality of his prose.
In Infernal Gates and The Oldest Enemy he excelled at creating powerful, shifting narratives straddling the other worldly, the seen and unseen. Expertly juxtaposing religious doctrine, myth, horror and everyday reality, to create an atmosphere of imminent menace and it’s no less here.
The action never flags, the heroics never halt and the stakes grow ever higher when ex-Special Forces Ranger, Ethan Freeman and ex-military pilot Sam Weaver once again find themselves caught in the web of destiny.
In the hands of another author, their antagonists might have been one-dimensional, but Webb gives even the most abhorrent of his characters their own seemingly justifiable motivations whilst wisely avoid the temptations of melodrama or the outfalls of toxic masculinity.
Another superb release in The War of Men and Angels series from Michael Jack Webb, Devil’s Cauldron is unreservedly recommended.