Alia Carter is no stranger to tragedy. The death of her parents at the tender age of five has left an indelible mark on her soul. Especially when she witnessed them being devoured by the impossible, a creature that can’t exist in any reasonable form of reality. Her uncle gave her a more reasonable explanation for her parents’ disappearance, and Alia clings to that explanation desperately. Her childhood memory can’t be real. Everyone knows there are no such thing as monsters, but as her life reveals more discoveries, Alia slowly learns that Magic can be terrifyingly real … but Magic also has the ability to reveal something beautiful within herself.
This was a good story and well written. I enjoyed how it begins immediately with a calamity (one of my favourite styles of introducing a story) and I liked how the protagonist was an African American like me. I’ve read some stories, mostly romances with Black characters, but it’s rarer for Blacks to star in fantasy type novels. I’ve already [pre-ordered] a copy because I want to read this story in pristine condition. Unfortunately, it won’t be released until July 2021. But D.M. Lewry’s ‘The Eos Key’ is worth the wait. – Chere Taylor – Advanced Reader Copy Review
I loved the book. It had me on the edge of my seat every chapter. The romance, the drama, and the action were all well tied into each other and made for an excellent read. Keep up the good work I can’t wait to find out what’s next for Eric and Alia. – Erin Smith – A.R.C. Review
I don’t normally enjoy vampires being one of the main characters, but I’m loving this story and definitely Eric!!!! – D – A.R.C. Review