Special Forces Operators Get Caught in Paranormal Plot in Daniel Zien’s New Book

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In “Visions of the Black Heaven,” an ancient artifact entangles elite soldiers in a series of exciting and extraordinary events.

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Hans Schroeder III is a collector of valuable items of interest, and a merchant by trade. One day, a particular object in his possession – an heirloom medallion with a mysterious, and possibly unnatural, origin – catches the attention of a gnomic sage, who convinces Schroeder to embark on a journey to the American heartland. There, he crosses paths with elite Special Forces Operators who served in Desert Storm, setting the stage for author Daniel Zien’s exhilarating new novel, Visions of the Black Heaven.

Meanwhile, the soldiers, Wayne and Steve, are faced with a conundrum of their own when they become enamored in a blood-feud with a clan of violent hillbillies. The two use their military training to outwit and outfight the yokels in a series of close quarter confrontations, including brawls, knife fights and showdowns involving the cops. Strangely enough, the hillbillies also figure into the plans of strange sage accompanying Schroeder, a man named Vultarin Kotic, the mastermind whose machinations blend paranormal prophecies with Native American legends and theoretical physics. These enigmatic designs have the potential to alter the fabric of reality itself, but Wayne learns that he has been blessed by Elohim, and might be able to make a difference.

Mystical forces, otherworldly science and the raw grit of human determination collide in Zien’s exciting tale. Visions of the Black Heaven will surely captivate fans of action, fantasy and science-fiction with its unique and masterful combination of genres, and its gripping and kinetic storytelling.

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Visions of the Black Heaven * by Daniel Zien
Publication Date: March 27, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 118 pages; 978-1-4797-9505-5
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 118 pages; 978-1-4797-9506-2
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-9507-9

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