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Updated July 20, 2023
What happens when a bullied boy finds out he's so much more than he thought? World-changing adventure!
As a special needs boy living in foster care, Ezekiel Taylor has always struggled with fear and insecurity.
But when EZ meets a mysterious man named Friar, he learns that not only does he have special needs, he also has a special gift…
The ability to slay demons.
Despite his fears, EZ must embark on a journey to a hidden realm where he'll have to confront and defeat powerful demons in order to save the world from darkness. Along the way, he discovers strength and courage he never knew he had and learns the true meaning of bravery…
Facing your fears no matter what.
Through his journey, EZ grows in strength and faith, learning to stand up to demons both real and imaginary. After living in a world where he’s one of “the least of these,” he discovers that he might just be someone special after all.
But will EZ survive long enough to slay his own personal demons?
Into The Fade
Demon slayers should be tough. After all, they're fighting the worst creatures on earth. So why God Himself would have picked an undersized, scared of everything, special needs kid like him is a question EZ keeps asking himself.
When EZ ran away from his abusive foster home and was taken in by a very nice friar, he thought everything was going to be okay. He was finally getting enough to eat and had a big, comfy bed to sleep in. The friar was super nice, too, even though he said some really weird things...
...like EZ was a demon slayer.
Even though it turned out the friar was actually an angel and he and his angel friends had been sent to help EZ overcome the obstacles he struggled with all his 13 years, EZ still finds it hard to believe that someone like him could have been chosen to fight such terrifying creatures. Especially when his first assignment is to head right into a demon den...
Also known as his former foster home.
Join EZ as he forces himself to stand up to the bullies at the foster home, seeing them with newly opened spiritual eyes. He now knows he's not up against kids who are just plain mean... he's fighting actual demons calling the shots! Will EZ be able to overcome the demon horde who recognize him for what he truly is? Or will he discover that he was right about himself, that he's just not strong enough for the job?