Wesley, a mentally challenged man, has discovered a “mind world”, a place he visits in his mind which offers knowledge and an escape from mental illness. The mind world is a dark place filled with dark knowledge. Wesley is unaware that accepting gifts in this world will make him a target to others like him, people who were born to darkness and have been trained their entire lives to kill in order to be the first to obtain the dark knowledge.
Wesley will wage a fight to stay alive between the two worlds. With the intellect he gains comes an understanding of what he was born to do and the realization that in order to survive and save those he loves, he must kill before he is killed.
It is always a treat to discover a book that is so well written, original and captivating that you are haunted by the characters days, even weeks, after finishing the book. Keith Pyeatt has given us this with Dark Knowledge. The book features a taste of horror, fantasy and heart pounding suspense and makes us realize that maybe, just maybe, good and evil are not always black and white. There could be a gray area where ethical questions abound.
I love the characters in this book. They come alive and jump off the page, and the secondary characters are given just as much attention which gives the book a well rounded feel. I felt as if I became part of this world experiencing the pain, fear and ethical dilemmas facing each person.
I would recommend this to all who love horror and fantasy but also to those who enjoy a thought provoking look at good and evil. Dark Knowledge is guaranteed to satisfy.
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