HowlSage (Sages of Darkness)
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I saw things, things of pure evil.
The HowlSage s brown moist nostrils flared as it caught my sent and smelled for fear something it wouldn t find.
HowlSage, the first book in the Sages of Darkness series, is a fast-paced, exciting, and suspenseful action story about Taylor, a 14-year-old who is part of a secret society whose mission is to destroy the evil sages that walk the earth. As Taylor doggedly vows to solve the mystery of his missing father, does a pretty schoolmate s distraction cause dangerous consequences?
A coffin discovered in Egypt, a jewel heist, and holes that swallow people into the darkness form the crux of the adventures that keeps hearts pounding. Taylor, with the help of his cousin, Jesse, and younger friend Ike, a budding scientist, race against the calendar and the wickedness that faces the world during the full moon on October 31. Will the sage hunters defeat them in time?
Join the boys on their quest as they tackle the world of the unknown with bravery armed with the Cross of Jesus and the Sword of the Bible.
blared loudly as it arrived on the scene. I had seconds to get down there and get pictures of the damage before the place was swarming with emergency personnel. Maybe then Ike and his dad could use their scientific masterfulness to tell me more about the creature. With the prongs of my retractable grapple hooked securely on the ledge, I launched myself over the side of the building. I had practiced this before. My feet planted firmly on the exterior stone wall of the building and I continued
but the images were caught by a camera in the park. Some wildlife photographer set the camera up to track the Canadian geese, and when he saw this suspicious figure in the background of his pictures he decided to let the police know.” I handed the pictures back to Mr. Riley. “The chief brought these to me after they stationed a patrolman there, but they never saw the cloaked figure. It might have been a one-time thing, but I think with the likelihood that the HowlSage is moving through the
from the circle and dashed wildly into the pine trees at the far side of the circle. I leapt to my feet in pursuit, but as soon as I broke through the trees there was nothing, no one in sight. The wielder of the knife had given me the slip and there was only one person to blame. I knew whose voice had spoken over the radio—it’d been Ike. Chapter Twelve October 13th—Friday I scrubbed my wet mop of hair a bit harder than usual. Partially because there were pine needles trapped in it from last
reached forward. I knew it was a girl, but who was she? I cautiously felt for an arm or leg. The first thing I found was her hair. The cage started to lower again—we were being sent back down the shaft. I moved my hand down her eyes, her nose, her mouth—it was bound. She’d been gagged. “This might hurt,” I whispered to her. I felt her nod, then I yanked the tape from her mouth. She sputtered and spit something out of her mouth. A piece of cloth. “Tay—Taylor, is that you?” the girl asked, her
take the stairs and made my way to the second library. The fireplace passage had already been opened, and the old lights were lit. I crept down the stone staircase to the waterway below. I knew the old monk would be there waiting for me; what I didn’t know was where we were about to go. Even this far beneath the inn, which I wasn’t exactly sure how far that was, I could hear the loud ring of the clock tower bells. Twelve times they rang. It was midnight, and I’d reached the beginning of the