Scott M. Sullivan’s Bestseller The Trinity Signs is Our eBook of the Day at just $2.99, or Currently Free Via the Kindle Lending Library, with 4.9 Stars on 19 Reviews, and Here’s a Free Sample

It is said that the Trinity Signs point the way to humanity’s continued existence…

As an ignorant world fights amongst itself, the darkest form of evil nears its rise – for its millennium-long wait is nearing the end. There are those, however, that have prevented this evil from ever spreading its black tendrils through the cracks of the world. Tobias Ramsey is the last of these men, a Guardian by blood, and a reluctant hero thrust into a task he must complete in order to save an unknowing world from a danger it could never believe to be real.

Tobias’ journey to find and activate the Trinity Signs will circle the Earth and unlock the true meaning behind some of life’s most perplexing mysteries. Aided by a few who protect the many, Tobias must race against time to guide the last member of a sacred Brotherhood to these fabled Trinity Signs before all is lost.

(Religious Fantasy / Modern Fantasy / Dark Fantasy)

From the reviewers:

This book is a real page turner.   –  Booklover  |  7 reviewers made a similar statement

Great character descriptions, plenty of action and interesting story.   –  Greasy  |  6 reviewers made a similar statement

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys even some of the typical fantasy/sci-fi type of books.   –  Hans Bure  |  2 reviewers made a similar statement

I loved this book. It has a lot of action and I thought it would be a great movie.  –  Gatekeeper2

This book is full of action and adventure and deserves to reach a wider audience. I applaud Sullivan for making the move to self-publish and I look forward to reading more of his work in the future. Hopefully those works include the further adventures of Tobias Ramsey, I feel like there is more to his story!  –  Tom Deady

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