"Daniel Byrne must deal with his disturbing AIT visions and how they will affect the universe."
Reviewed by Tanzey Cutter
Posted August 14, 2017
Suspense Arcane | Thriller
AIT (Anomalous Information Transfer) is spreading worldwide
at an accelerated pace and ex-priest Daniel Byrne now has
it. The evil Council for World Peace is concocting a new
plan to harness and monopolize the AIT phenomenon and want
to get rid of Daniel. They also seek revenge on him for the
death of their leader, Conrad Winters, and have dispatched
an assassin to do away with Daniel.
Having had AIT for several months, Daniel has been keeping
a journal. Knowing about AIT and its existence has helped
him exert some control over the visions he experiences. As
Daniel deals with the unusual visions associated with his
AIT, he proves an AIT vision is susceptible to influence.
Eventually, Daniel is able to visit another world, whose
inhabitants call it the Source. Those he meets insist the
Source is the true vision, while Earth is the imaginary
one, even though their existence is connected. When he
encounters the assassin from Earth in the alternate world,
Daniel believes all he's seen is true, and the future
existence for the entire universe depends on him winning
the battle with an adversary even more evil than originally
And through all this turmoil, will Daniel be able to save
the love of his life, Dr. Kara Singh, when the world goes
crazy and everything starts to explode around them? The
final, shattering resolution is beyond belief.
Sean Chercover's THE SAVIOR'S GAME is even more
engrossing than the first two books, THE TRINITY
DEVIL'S GAME, in this powerful thriller series. With a
shrewdly conceived and complex plot, Chercover provides an
unpredictable, thought-provoking narrative filled with
amazing characterization. I especially enjoyed the
originality of the premise of an alternate world in such an
imaginative, yet possible, future. I found this final book,
THE SAVIOR'S GAME, to be an insightful, gripping and
exhilarating reading experience from beginning to
satisfying end -- as were the other two books in this
Daniel Byrne is haunted by the future. Literally.
It happened to his uncle. It happened to the woman he
loves. And now it’s happening to him.
It started as a voice only he could hear. Then he found
himself visiting another world. A world both familiar and
strange. A world inextricably linked to our own.
And the things he sees there, come true…here. It’s a
power others are willing to kill for.
There’s no one Daniel can trust. Nowhere to hide. Chased
across the globe by mysterious assassins, he struggles to
decipher the visions plaguing him. Visions of miracles
and massacres, conspiracy and catastrophe. And behind it
all, a powerful adversary the likes of which we’ve never
One thing that’s clear: the universe is warning him of a
cataclysmic change, an event that is either a bloody
Armageddon or a shining new beginning. Daniel thinks he
can see the answer—and maybe even change the outcome,
before it’s too late.
But there’s a fine line between messiah and madman.
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