Metatron: Dagger of Mortality (Metatron Series Book 3)

Metatron: Dagger of Mortality (Metatron Series Book 3)

ABOUT Laurence St. John

Laurence St. John
Laurence A. St. John was born on January 11, 1965 in Toledo Ohio. Laurence has one older brother and two younger sisters. Laurence along with his parents, brother and sisters moved once while growing up to Genoa Ohio, just south of Toledo. While attending Genoa Area schools, he was active  More...



Are superheroes immortal, or can they die?

Tyler Thompson has been in isolation for the past eight months, mastering his superhero training. On graduation day, Tyler is urgently summoned, and now he must confront a new evil.

When Kelltie, a female scientist from Steele Corp, threatens Tyler's destiny by framing him for the largest mass killings in American history, there’s nothing he can do to stop it. Making matters worse, Kelltie collaborates with Black Shadow, who has his own agenda—to use the Dagger of Mortality and kill Metatron.

Feeling vulnerable, Tyler finds inspiration from Master Dogmai, and now he must render the most arduous decision of his life. He can either save himself and his beloved girlfriend, Kendall, or he can save millions of helpless people—and hinder Kelltie's plan.

Editorial Reviews:

“Metatron: Dagger of Mortality by Laurence St. John sustains constant action as 15-year-old Tyler struggles to stop the relentless animosity of a demonic figure and his accomplice! Sometimes you need to go backwards to move forward…” —Piers Anthony, New York Times bestselling author of the Xanth Series

“Laurence St. John turns up the heat with Metatron: Dagger of Mortality. This book continues the story of Tyler Thompson and his journey of discover as he masters his powers in preparation of a new evil threat. A can’t miss read for middle-grade readers and young adults!” —Braxton A. Cosby, award-winning author of the Star-Crossed Saga Series

“Dagger of Mortality packs a wallop! St. John blends equal parts superhero and X-Files into a high-energy yarn sure to inspire.” —Jason Born, author of The Norseman Chronicles Series

“Teens and adults alike will identify with Tyler and his all too human angst as he executes superhero feats in a way only St. John’s hero can accomplish, with many twists and surprising turns of events in this young adult thriller.” —Kenna McKinnon, author of Den of Dark Angels