Adam Ingle is a basement-dwelling, graveyard-shift nerd by night and an aspiring peddler of exorcised creative demons by day. He and his chinchilla live in a tin can on the side of the interstate somewhere in South Carolina. Necessary Evil and the Greater Good is his first novel.
Who Are The Sons of Light and Darkness?
It was supposed to be another boring killing spree. Instead, the demon Mestoph stumbles upon a hidden cult of banished angels and demons. Sensing an opportunity, he takes it upon himself to uncover the secret of these long-lost outcasts. What he discovers is much more than he bargained for: not just secrets best forgotten, but a plot that could shake up the Afterlife itself.
Could this lost cult be the ticket out he’s been looking for? Enlisting the help of Leviticus, his disenchanted angelic best friend, the two set out on one of their famous ill-conceived adventures. But will their plans earn them a permanent vacation with a poolside view of the apocalypse, or crash and burn? They could be sipping Mai Tais, watching the skies burn and gods fall if they could only get out of their own way.
For best friends Mestoph and Leviticus the end of the world can’t come fast enough. Mestoph is a demon and troublemaker for Hell Industries, while Leviticus is an angel and cubicle jockey for Heaven, Inc. They might be unlikely friends, but they have something in common – they both hate their jobs. Unfortunately for them The End is nowhere in sight. The two take matters into their own hands when they come up with a scheme to get themselves kicked out of the Afterlife without spending an eternity in Purgatory. Their misadventure will take them from the tiny town of Truth or Consequences, NM to the highlands of Iceland as they cross paths and pantheons with Neo-Vikings, Greek and Norse Gods, and a Scottish terrier named Sir Reginald Pollywog Newcastle III.