The Z-Tech Chronicles | Book 4
An ancient evil in Anne's head aims to ruin her tranquil life and end humanity.
It must be Tuesday.
A house of her own with a white picket fence, complete with a loving partner, Anne Perrin finally has the life of her dreams — including the job she always wanted and a caring family to share it all with.
But every Eden has its Pandora’s Box. Anne’s personal heaven is marred by a malevolent presence in her head who, if given a choice, would use her to usher in a dark age, ending humanity as she knows it. The only thing holding it at bay is an unpredictable computer implant in her chest that seems to have its own agenda.
Two unexpected visitors turn Anne’s delicate world upside down in completely different ways — one better than she could have ever hoped, one catastrophically terrible — pitting Anne in a nightmare battle against the very people she holds dearest: her family.
Angel's Found was like riding a roller coaster in the dark. It started off with gusto, and several turns that kept me flipping through the pages. Then the car hit the "climby" part. To which this brave soul chose the front car in this crazy ride, so I was helpless but to hold on for dear life waiting for the "big drop" to glue me to my seat with multiple G forces.
Brandon Phillips, Author of the Texian Armada
There is a saying in a number of businesses that in order to succeed, the battle cry is 'Go Big or Go Home'. Ryan Southwick went big, and it paid off in 'Angels Found'.
J Dark, Author of The Glass Bottles
Overall, this is a wonderful entry into the series, with many touching and funny moments to go along with the action.