When the eye of the cosmic storm passes over Earth, the Impals—visible spirits who can’t cross over—disappear. But, an ethereal void opens, releasing the lost souls of murderers, rapists, and genocidal maniacs. As darkness and chaos overtake the Earth, people everywhere face horrific fates.
No one is safe who falls into the shadows.
General Ott Garrison is immune to harm, which he feels is a sign from God—he is meant to lead. His son, Cecil, fears the opposite—that the general is a kindred spirit with the evil infesting the world.
On the run, Cecil and members of the Myriad Resistance become trapped in a secluded cabin in the Virginia wilderness. The only thing keeping what lies in the shadows of the thick woods at bay is a gasoline-powered generator, which is running dangerously low on fuel.
Soon, the device feared to destroy the soul—The Tesla Gate—may be the world’s only option for salvation.
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John D. Mimms is a business owner, paranormal researcher, and author. John served as the Technical Director for a TAPS family research group in Arkansas (The Atlantic Paranormal Society), supervising over 100 investigations. John wrote more than sixteen technical articles and a definitive technical/training manual—a comprehensive guide on equipment usage, investigation protocol, and scientific theory for paranormal research.
In 2009, John began to couple his knowledge of paranormal phenomena with his lifelong love of literary fiction. Among his completed manuscripts are The Great Keep, Death Theory, and The Lemonade Girl. John’s debut novel, The Tesla Gate, is the first installment of a sci-fi/paranormal trilogy published in July 2014 by Open Road Integrated Media. It was favorably reviewed by periodicals such as Publishers Weekly and The Examiner, who referred to the title as emotionally compelling and imaginative. January 5, 2016, Open Road released The Myriad Resistance (The Tesla Gate: Book 2). The Eye of Madness (The Tesla Gate: Book 3) is slated for release September 27, 2016. Though fictional, the trilogy is based on scientific, paranormal theory.
John resides and writes on a mountaintop in central Arkansas with his wife and two sons.