Heaven is in turmoil over the war being waged below. Hell is a ravaged wasteland, its beauty lost to all but ancient memory. Earth is trapped between, unaware of the army of supernaturals battling for their souls. A champion emerges to lead them, and to search for their lost king. His new student sees the timeless art of dealing with demons in an astonishingly unique way; it makes William question everything he is supposed to be teaching the warrior apprentice, while battling day and night to save the way of the Walker.
Ruling from their lofty perches, the angels have long since lost their way. They want control of everything, and will stop at nothing to get it. Barely an army, the remaining demon hunters dodge plots from above and fire from below in their hopes to secretly save the worlds they walk between once more. The dragons that reign in Hell have grown more brutal over long centuries; when one queen fell, a more fearsome dragon took her place. It will take more than one miracle to stop her from setting all the worlds aflame forever.
Fall of the Walker King is the third novel in the Walking Between Worlds universe, a supernatural story set in Heaven, Hell, and San Francisco.
Recommended reading order
Walking Between Worlds:
Demons & Angels
Rise of the Walker King
Fall of the Walker King
Before Walking Between Worlds:
The Demon Be Damned
The Heart of the Dragon (release date TBA)
About the author
Jay Norry, aka J.K. Norry, is the multi-genre author of several books, many blog posts, and a few short stories.
He wrote his first book in his early twenties. After sitting on the manuscript for almost ten years, Stumbling Backasswards Into the Light was finally published via a small press in January 2012. Jay wrote his next book shortly after, and published Demons & Angels (Walking Between Worlds, Book I) in December 2014.
Since then he's written a lot of books.
Jay is currently traveling all over the USA in an RV with his wife and their furry princess. When he's not busy writing, Jay enjoys ticking items off his unending to-do list, drinking good scotch, and dreaming up future writing projects.
Learn more about Jay at jaynorry.com