WHEN A TERRORIST GROUP OF WARDS RISES FROM THE SHADOWS, STACEY TRAMPLER’S IN THE THICK OF THINGS.
Betrayed. Angry. Alone, if you don’t count her German shepherd and tiger sidekicks… Stacey’s been freelance a while, but ends up back in the deep end when she’s witness to a bombing. And the bombers are packing Umbra dirty bombs.
There’s no way Stacey’s going to let them get away with it.
Things get worse when the terrorists turn out to be Wards and the attacks go global. If Stacey wants any hope of stopping them, she’s going to have to mend fences… and deal with the fact the Shadow Man is not just back, but back in the Enclave.
Things are changing rapidly for the Wards and the world, and not everyone is happy with the direction they’re going, least of all Stacey. She’s not so angry that she’d start killing innocent people and making more Umbra, though. And not so angry that she can’t see the Shadow Man being in the Enclave is no coincidence.
Now she just needs to prove it.
But things are even more complicated than Stacey can imagine, and she’ll be tested against the Umbra, the Wards, and herself as she dives headlong into battle against the Shadow of Humanity.