John Alvarez had endured pain all of his life. He lost his family as a child, survived a brutal war, spent years in prison, then was suddenly released to escort a man on a special mission into the Amazonian region. But in the Amazon he met the devil himself and discovered his mission could only end in redemption -- or death.
Can you trust all your eyes see? Then when the realization strikes that what is before you is real, can you retain your sanity? When the Devil stands before you and speaks, will your mind accept his words?
“I searched for good and found only evil, John. Now it’s up to me to find some way to destroy it.” He leaned close and clutched my hand, squeezing with a strength born from the purest fear. “In that jungle lays a kingdom as none you’ve ever read or heard about. I saw it only once, at a distance in the faint light of dusk, and my mind still refuses to believe what my eyes saw. We were forced to flee for our lives before I could learn more, and yet, even the chase gave proof to the superstitious tales I had heard from the Indian tribes.”