The Daughter of Man is an epic good versus evil story with many shades of gray along the way. It is set mostly in Florida where a scientist named Gerald Beck is pushing technology to the limit in a plan to save his daughter from certain death. Gerald is unaware that darkness is surrounding his family as a man known as The Burned One plots to destroy everything Gerald loves on his way to exacting vengeance on a World he views as flawed. Their paths are on a collision course that will collide in Fort Lauderdale where the strongest hurricane ever seen on Earth threatens to wipe most of Florida off of the map.
Colin Chadwick: "This is definitely a book for fans of Steven King. I was reminded of his writing throughout the book. The author, Candace, has done well with her research of the scientific data required to make the story come to life. The villain lives up to expectations as do the henchmen and there are several twists that pump the story. All characters are very well developed."
Donna O'Brien: "I thoroughly enjoyed this book. There was not a dull moment in it. very well written and a great story line. Lots of characters to enjoy and there was lots of interesting info in it as well. Hope this book does well."
redherring: "This book was such a break from the ordinary, so creative. I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish, the action never let up. A definite page turner. This is a great debut from Candace Mountain. She has a bright future and I can't wait for her next effort!"