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  • Keywords
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    • Horror novel,
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    • Contemporary fantasy,
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Sins Of Eight: Whistleblowers
by Joey Bisson

Aiden’s lifelong struggle against Seven, a deceptive demonic being that has sought to control him ever since he was a child, reaches a new level when Aiden teams up with his son, Gael, who has formed a group called the Whistleblowers. They are dedicated to fighting against the evil Lamia and her army of followers, who are trying to take over the city. Lamia is growing desperate, leading her to open a portal imbued with her own blood: a gateway to a place where no Paragon agent dares travel. Only one person other than Lamia and her children may open the door, and that person is Aiden. Therefore, he must locate the gateway and banish it from the earthly plane before it’s too late. But nothing in this epic battle is ever easy, especially when family is involved. Although Gael saved Aiden from becoming the dragon, he still doesn’t trust him, and on his worst days, he might even hate him. But if Gael, Aiden, and the Whistleblowers are to be victorious, all of them must learn the true meaning of the word “sacrifice” and everything that it demands from themselves and each other. If Aiden makes it out the other side, he might just be able to break Seven’s stranglehold on his life forever.

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Joey Bisson loves having nightmares, which he uses as inspiration for his own writing. He is also inspired by the likes of Francis Lawrence (Constantine), Dario Argento (Suspiria), and all sorts of music. On a constant hunt for new songs, once he finds one that inspires him, he plays it over and over again until new ideas emerge that he can push into the Sins of Eight universe. Joey’s past publications include Sins of Eight and Sins of Eight: The Ballad of Lamia. He lives with his cat, Buttercup.


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