What if vampires and werewolves are just a cover-story for something much worse? Sixteen year old Jason Willow has been hunted by deadly assassins from his fathers past all his life but no one will tell him why. When his mother is murdered in front of him, Jason and his sister finally find out their fathers secret - twenty years ago he ran from the horror of a hidden war against demons and the fanatical Brethren who summon them.
However, both sides still covet his extraordinary powers and now Jason is about to inherit them ten-fold.With demonic forces closing in, Jason and Miranda are forced to come under the protection of a powerful fixer from the corrupt cabal of demon hunters their father deserted. A terrifying new world opens up all around Jason - a nightmare world of demons, possessed innocents and secret societies.Amidst first love and betrayal in an isolated abbey, Jason must decide whether to embrace his own supernatural powers or forever run from the treacherous, deadly life his father swore to leave behind.But time is running out.
Nothing in the abbey is what it seems and slowly, the ripples of Jasons unlocked abilities begin to draw in the darkness that has stalked him since birth.Jason Willow is packed full of hard-hitting martial arts and gun action, suspense and tightly controlled, supernatural powers. The high-octane elements are balanced by multi-skilled friends and lethal enemies embroiled in tangled relationships. The modern-day story plays out over such locations as a remote Scottish island, a high-tech abbey stronghold, a gang-controlled school and a hellish brewery town lost deep in the Yorkshire moors.If you enjoy paranormal and supernatural books, loaded with action, horror and a light touch of teen romance then this should be on your books for boys and girls bestseller list.Praise for Jason WillowKindle Book Review March 2013 (5/5 Stars)My favourite part of the book was the rip-roaring, rollicking ending.
Action? Man, yes!Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award - Expert ReviewersCarving out believable relationships between siblings, especially brothers and sisters, isnt something I see done well in young adult fiction, but I think this author hit the nail on the head...... And then there is the mystery of the kids father - what is his past all about? Is he a good guy or a bad guy? I think that is the real burning question?ABNA Quarter Finals: Publishers Weekly Reviewer...the exciting plot keeps the pages turning. The description of Jasons Gift is particularly original and the fight scenes are intense.The SL - School Librarian magazine (U.K)This exciting first novel is not for the faint hearted with menacing locations and action descriptions.
Issues of bullying, violence, family loyalties, friendships and the battle between good and evil make this a fairly complex but exceedingly hard to put down novel...The Times Educational Supplement (Web Site - reader review)The fierce, often gruesome, battles suggest similarities with modern day computer games...Amazon.co.uk: reader review...The images created are so vivid you become part of the scenery and feel like you are only a few footsteps behind the action...
There is nothing typical about this book, the baddies get their fair share of success and the goodies also get their fair share of kicks in the face which leaves you shouting noooooooo... you cant do that.Amazon.co.uk: reader reviewJason Willows quest to establish his true identity is one long roller coaster of action and suspense. Magnificent locations came alive with an ever-present sense of menace.
The other characters, good and bad, were skilfully built upon as the story progressed (Im still rooting for Violet), and I cant wait to hear