Promises of salvation and faith healing but in reality human sacrifice are the legacy of "The Way" as the revival crisscrosses The Heartland and Bakoda Pak pursues his nemesis Vidor Haines who is indeed murdering innocents again.
He awoke in a cold sweat. The sheets were soaked and he had that fear, the fear that you feel when you awake from a vivid dream, a nightmare, the fear you feel that consumes your entire body and being. It's not just shivers down your spine--it borders on complete and total immobility.
He sat up in his bed and shook, first his head from side to side, then his entire body from the waist up, trying to find clarity, trying to pull back to reality, normalcy, shake it all.
But he couldn't; the dream had been so real, so terrifying, perhaps an omen or, worse, a harbinger. But it w...