Ultimate Monster? Isen: soul stealers from the world of the Grimoire Trilogy

Will it be Pennywise or Mankind? Have you voted? The Tournament of Monsters ends tomorrow with one winner. But first, a bonus post on a chilling new breed of evil!

S. M. Boyce wanted to drop in with a bonus post for the Tournament of Monsters. The coolest part? She’s introducing an evil creature from her debut series, the Grimoire Trilogy.

What would you do if your soul was trapped in another’s body—and they could use the skills and knowledge you’ve built thus far in your life? What if they could don your appearance at any time, live your life if they wanted, and you could only watch?

That’s exactly what isen—soul stealers from the world of the Grimoire Trilogy—do every day. Each soul makes an isen more powerful, but comes at a price: the souls rattle around in their head, driving them slowly insane. To remain immortal, the isen has to keep stealing…if they don’t, they grow old and die.

Terror is seeing the barb in an isen’s palm reaching out to steal your soul. Want to learn about them anyway? Check out Lichgates (Grimoire Trilogy #1) to get hooked.

So what do you think of isen? How does Boyce’s monster weigh up against the rest?

Book Links

Goodreads | Book Trailer | The Grimoire Trilogy Website

Purchase Links

Amazon (US) | Amazon (UK) | B&N

Author Bio & Contact

S.M. Boyce is a fantasy and paranormal fiction novelist who also dabbles in contemporary fiction and comedy. She’s a sarcastic twit, but her friends seem to like her anyway. She updates her blog (http://blog.smboyce.com) a few times each week so that you have something to wake you up in the morning (phht, who uses coffee?). Her B.A. in Creative Writing qualifies her to both be pompous and serve you french fries.

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