In Fallen Masters, John Edward has created a novel that faces good against evil on multiple planes of reality. The novel centers on a small group of individuals who hold the fate of this world and the next as authorities track the impending destruction of a force known as “dark matter.” Signs point to the potentially apocalyptic potential of this matter, yet those in powerful positions lack the resources and knowledge to stop it.
As for those who do have the power, Mr. Edward tracks these individuals through their own storylines, all of which come together at the book's climax. Meanwhile, the author's experiences of life and afterlife, and of good and evil, weave their way through each subplot and inform the work as a whole. Readers experience the suspense of a good novel as well as thought-provoking ideas about the forces that govern the universe.