Fifteen years of running has hardened both Jeremiah and Limbus, but is it eugh when they're discovered once again even though this time the situation is different. Instead of abandoning their lives, they set out to rid the world of demons at the bequest of an angel. However, before they begin, a vicious attack on Limbus draws the wrong type of attention for the most unsavory of enemies. Soon Limbus is forced to navigate a dangerous world with only Jeremiah's training to guide him and the hope this father can catch up to him at some point in time. But is it eugh?
S. Scott Twigg started writing at the age of seventeen and quickly discovered his passion for exploring the unknown through pen and paper. His first attempt started as a 42-page character profile that expanded into a full-fledged story line. This initial dabbling was worked and reworked over a twenty year timeframe eventually evolving into a series of not one, but nine books. Since writing those nine books, he decided to try his hand at a more classic type trilogy, which has become Jeremiah (Stone). The story surrounding Jeremiah Stone takes the theme from the Bible's Book of Job and places it in a world where angels and demons exist alongside mortals. The series follows the choices a man makes in life if he were given a single gift from both God and the Devil. Imagine the possibilities of what those two gifts could be. In addition to these series, S. Scott Twigg has written a romance novel, a sci-fi adventure story named Dream Savior, and a coffee table book called Determination containing several short stories and life-lesson snippets. The Stone Vengeance series containing Jeremiah (Stone), Limbus, and Azazel are the first of his novels to be published along with the prequels to the series; Beginnings and The Ferryman. S. Scott Twigg is a native of Washington State, where he is married and has one son. S. Scott Twigg can be found at http: //sscotttwigg.blogspot.com/ and on Facebook at http: //www.facebook.com/pages/S-Scott-Twigg/