The Divine Apocalypse Book Series

“All myths have a seed of truth…”

This growing adult horror fantasy series begins when four New Yorkers discover they are ancient, reborn angels and must protect the world from the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse while keeping their identities and powers a secret.

As all things end, Gods, angels, and demons conspire within society and kill under the shroud. A cosmic war is brewing, and the Earth has become an unbiased zone. Totalitarianism had never been so close.

Divine Apocalypse: The Beginning of the End (Book 1)

Paranoia. Delusion. Anxiety. Loneliness. Living in the cutthroat city of Manhattan can feel like a daily war. But when the new year rekindles the ageless clash between Heaven and Hell, four angels born as men are awakened. Neil Maillen, a young and successful journalist, prepares for the birth of his son and a stressful new life when he discovers he possesses super human abilities.
      As a Sacred Angel, he teams up with Aurora, a sassy model, Amanda, a bipolar blonde and Ezekiel, a self-conscious artist to form the Descended Radiance: the fist of God.
      Dragged into a terrifying reality of demons, monsters and mystifying strangers, it is suddenly their responsibility to defeat the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. As Heaven and Hell use Earth as a battleground, can the four save the World while battling their even more ferocious inner demons?


Divine Apocalypse: Addiction and Clearing (Book 2)

Going to war with the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse has its consequences! As the angelic members of the Alpha Omega find themselves trapped and powerless in a Hellish spa, they attempt to escape Brother Bainbridge. The psychic, reality-manipulating spa owner, however, has other plans.
Torn from their everyday lives and thrown into the supernatural world of torture, the Alpha Omega is forced to relive some of their most painful moments. With their secrets exposed, the human-born angels must face their deepest fears and defend the world against the demons of the apocalypse while remaining sane.

Divine Apocalypse: Attis (Book 3 )

Someone has escaped the demonic spa but is entirely alone, or are they? As the only active member of the team, the lonely angel searches for a way to restore the Alpha Omega. Lost, they explore a Manhattan overrun by invisible illness demons and Blood Wolf Gang Members high on the magical drug Ambrosia.
Hades and the rest of the fallen angels plan their apocalyptic take over. As the Anti-Christ and his team gain political power, the angels must stop the remaining Seals from breaking and the oncoming Armageddon.


-My absolute favorite quote from the book was were it said something about energies not changing, but only transferring. I was like WOW yeaaaaaahhhhh!
-I want to know more about Moira
-Amanda and Ezekiel drove me crazy, but Amanda took the cake, I yelled at her a couple of times.
-Neil was my favorite and I liked Aurora better as the story moved along.
Overall the book was really good and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I think I felt almost every emotion while I read it. The funny parts were really funny and I’m interested to read your upcoming books. I don’t think I left anything out, but I’m not sure….*pauses for reflection*…yeah I think that’s everything.
Ohhhhhhh the love story between —– and —- teared me up everytime. Ok I think that’s it.”  – Shannon 🙂

Rating: 5 out of 5.
“This was a gripping debut novel, with a lot of intriguing ideas and an absolutely killer twist at the end. I had to go back and reread the last couple of chapters again, my past was so completely flabbered by it. On the premise that it’s coming up on the end of days, the author has combined some unusual ideas and has written an action-packed thriller which pits angelic and demonic forces against one another. As the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse ride out and demons start moving on Manhattan, a group of four mismatched young people find their dormant angelic powers are awakening, and learn that they are expected to save humanity. The trouble is, they’re really not ready for their new responsibilities.The characters in the book are well fleshed out, and you get to learn about them as you follow them on their journeys. I must admit, I didn’t particularly like any of them to begin with—they all seem to have unpleasant or irritating characteristics to begin with—but they did grow on me a lot through the course of the story, and I found myself caring about what happened to them.The plot moves along at a good clip, and there’s very little time wasting—each scene moves the story along or develops one or more of the characters. Sometimes the pace is maybe a little too fast, and there was a bit of a jump, which left me feeling like I’d maybe missed something somewhere, but not to any great extent.This was a good first novel, and I’m certainly interested in reading the next book. I particularly liked the way the author included excerpts from scripture and psychological works in places, it added a nice touch. There are also some nice touches of humour, which appealed to me—it made the characters more real to me. I should maybe also mention that some bits are quite gory, and some bits are quite violent, so possibly not for readers of a sensitive disposition….I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, my thanks to the author for making it available and mailing it halfway across the planet. The author has had no input to or preview of this review—it’s all my own work :)” – Sam , Goodreads

Rating: 4 out of 5.
“This Book is very different from the books i tend to read. It causes you to open ur mind to a realm that transforms normal everyday incidences to “end of the world” premise. The voice of the book captures your interest as well as forces you to open ur mind of what could happen. Its a great price for a intriguing book, which can influence you thoughts about life and creativity.” Panda ,

Rating: 4 out of 5.