Into The Out Of
African elder named Olkeloki who is capable of fighting evil in this
world and the spirit one. But to be successful he needs the help of
government agent Joshua Oak and a feisty woman named Merry Sharrow. Only
these three can keep the shetani from destroying reality.
ADF was an author that I'd read before and liked his work (not so blatantly pandering to the Hollywood crowd at that point) and this was supposed to be the novel to read on a business trip. Surprise! Into the Out of became a favorite.
Highly recommended for fantasy/alternative reality fans who like their ...more
Earth is being invaded by the shetani—spirit creatures so small and stealthy that only one man knows about the increasing peril. The potential savior is an African elder named Olkeloki who is capable of fighting evil both in this world and the spirit one. But to be successful he must recruit the help of two others: government agent Joshua Oak and a feisty young woman named Merry Sharrow. Only the three of them can keep the shetani from destroying reality as we know it.
This story of trying to s ...more
I've had the good fortune of meeting Alan Dean Foster several times and I can tell you he is an interesting man. He's known my friend for a long time so I quietly sit and listen. He talks about his travels that are necessary for his writing to be authentic. I thought about that as I read Into The Out Of.
I enjoyed this book quite a bit. I wasn't sure what to expect but I was intrigued by the title. It wasn't explained right away so my curiosity was piqued. I won't explain what it m ...more
This is the type of book that makes you look twice at all the movement you see out of the corner of your eyes. It plays with your mind. Those black pieces of rubber you see along the road...how certain are you that they are REALLY just inanimate rubber?
The story centers ...more