Tananarive Due is a Bram Stoker Award finalist and American Book Award winner. In this chilling thriller, she combines supernatural elements with centuries of African heritage. Five hundred years ago, Dawit was inducted into The Immortals, an elite group of humans who never age and never get sick. Now living in Miami with his wife and daughter, "David" will have to break ancient codes in order to remain with the family he loves.
I actually couldn't finish this audio book. I made it through perhaps 2 disks into part 2 and boxed it back up and sent it in. a plot so full of holes that a child could easily recognize. A ridiculous main character that supposedly has hundreds of years of wisdom and experience under his belt yet makes stupid rookie mistakes. This book was ludicrous.
Tananarive Due is an award-winning "Essence" best-selling author of "Blood Colony, Living Blood, Good House, " and "Joplin's Ghost." She lives in Southern California with her husband Steven Barnes. Visit her website at www.TananariveDue.com.