We follow Dr. Steven
Marks -- Steve -- through his indoctrination into a group of paranormal
investigators, where he meets Kyla -- a mysterious young lady with strange
eyes -- a fierce warrior who has somehow been touched by the supernatural. They
suddenly become the focal point in the government's efforts to deal with the Cause -- and the ago-old conspiracy controlled
by other worldly creatures whose members are rooted into the very fabric of
The events come to a climax,
as the team takes part in preparations to launch a saucer-borne assault force,
through the Chronos portal, into the very gates of the Hell.
The author's writing style
is both highly detailed and very term-specific; his handling of paranormal events
was well executed -- although a bit gory at times -- but done with the same
attention to detail as found throughout this work. I found his merging of
historical events -- and speculation -- to his creation of the Demon Dimension and the Crystals,
to be quite clever and helped put things into perspective.
I'm very impressed with the
author's understanding of technology, but I sometimes became a bit bogged down
in the needed scene setup "data-pumps", to explain all the hardware
and theorem behind it; nevertheless, I found it technologically fulfilling, and
Overall I would consider this
work to be a modern day paranormal thriller with plenty of high-tech action,
framed against a background of government conspiracies, and supernatural
horror; and as such, falls into the "civilian scientist working with the
government" category of military science fiction.
The Resqueth Revolution is
high-definition, paranormal sci-fi, that any techno-geek would love.
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