Name your book Iblis (Arabic for Devil) and you are bound to summon THE topic.
So why have a name represented evil shared by many religions, cultures and folklores became the same name given to my second book?
First things first, here’s a two minutes and so video that I have created to tell the story of the first book, spoilers free. Through that short presentation we will learn that both our protagonists are at ease and have reached to a point where they can take a short breath. What will happen next is caused by human nature… but funny thing about humans’ is they are always influenced, driven without being aware.
“The Devil is in the details” a quote that is still unknown to who it should be credited to… which gives it a stronger impact.
Our human nature governed – and sometimes manipulated – by our brains tends to relate and connect; trying to piece up jigsaws until a picture is formed. That picture can sometimes lead to our own destruction.
This is why today I am about to share another part from what is to come. In the first book of the series, Psychs, I have written this in the beginning.
“Good and Evil has no passport; it wears many skins, speaks in different tongues, and exists everywhere… even in the same person.”
What will be the next installment from the Psychs series brings? Well, that is only a scroll away.pic
Only two days to go for Omega; the reveal day. I am getting excited to share the cover with you all.
~ A. H. Amin
Iblis (Arabic for Devil), which would be apparent on the back cover:
With no more options to venture through, Hassan will be left with only one choice; to flee and start up a new life, leaving all the ties that have braced his entire being. But some ties are too tight, when severed; it will change his balance and force him back to face a tragedy.
Following his leads, Hassan will find himself roaming the streets of London for reprisal. Even with eight spirits by his side, which are connected to him by the tragic event of his birth, he will feel outnumbered, going against the Minerva Group and its limitless arsenal of agents and brutes. Hassan will desperately try his best to stay out of their reach until he finds a way to cut his losses short.
But being too deep in the belly of the beast, he may end up losing more; his life, or even worse… his sanity.