“Alison Levy takes us on a fast-paced ride between the seen and unseen worlds she so richly creates. Her gift for nuance makes the keen reader question truths in our own world as Gatekeeper sets us up to eagerly anticipate the next installment. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” –Stacey L. Tucker, author of The Equal Night Trilogy
“Gatekeeper is a wickedly fun romp from start to finish, and Rachel Wilde is a fiery protagonist who doesn’t take crap from anyone or anything. In her debut novel, Levy provides an action-packed story with a delightful taste of the immense, unique world-building to come for future books in the series.”
―Cheryl Campbell, author of Echoes of War
Rachel Wilde is a collector. She is responsible for locating troublesome daemons and human marks. Rachel is assigned four different tasks. The first two are easy and the second two are a bit more difficult. The third task consists of hunting down a human mark. This particular human mark is going to be a lot of trouble. The fourth task is to locate the last living member of a particular gatekeeper bloodline.
During Rachel’s first encounter with the human mark, they get into a physical altercation. As he flees, Rachel sees that he’s dropped a flash drive. Rachel needs a language specialist in order to understand what is on the flash drive. She contacts a woman named Leda Morley, an assistant to the museum curator at Rigaceen Museum. Leda works on translating the flashdrive. Rachel later visits the museum, and witnesses Leda get kidnapped. The kidnapper is the human mark that Rachel is after. Rachel follows the man and ends up getting kidnapped too. He puts Leda and Rachel in the basement. Rachel and Leda are able to escape. The human mark gets locked up. Leda ends up being the last living member of the gatekeeper bloodline that Rachel was responsible for finding. The human mark gets locked up, but an Arcanan breaks him out of prison. The Arcanan tells him to get to work.
About the Author
Alison Levy lives in Greensboro, North Carolina with her husband, son, and variety of pets. When she’s not writing or doing mom things, she crochets, gardens, walks her collies, and works on home improvement projects.