“Do not gaze into its secrets.”
Daniel Gates’s last assignment involving a rare demonic book left him plagued by hideous nightmares, which are about to get even worse. When a page is stolen from Choronzon’s Grimoire, Daniel is sent to the wilds of North Wales to retrieve it for his mysterious client. But the stolen page contains dark, occult secrets, and he finds to his peril that he is not the only one desperate to find it. Daniel’s journey takes him to the very brink of madness and to the demons that await—beyond the Leper Window.
The Leper is a short, quick, read. Daniel Graves woke up suddenly with a horrific headache. One so debilitating that he can barely function. Daniel does odd jobs for whoever hires him and for this job he was to acquire a book for a man that owns a bookstore with a wealth client. But, this isn’t just any book. It’s a Grimoire. A Grimoire that is missing a page. Daniel must go back out and find the missing page for the client.
I found this book difficult to get into. The writing is good, but it was the story was confusing to me for most of the book. However, it is full of mystery that can easily keep the right reader engaged and enthralled. Unfortunately, that reader was not me. I feel that this story is not a bad one. It wasn’t the right one for me.