“The Repeaters” – A Synopsis

The Repeaters, by Wael Abdelgawad

The Repeaters, by Wael Abdelgawad

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Here is a synopsis:

The Repeaters is a novel that alternates between the present-day and various other periods in history, beginning about 100,000 years ago in the Middle Paleolithic era. Here’s a synopsis:

A select group of men and women live hidden among us. They are known as repeaters, and they reincarnate again and again, growing stronger with each cycle. They inhabit every city in the world, and can sense one another through their powerful auras.

Rix, a scruffy-looking fellow with green eyes and long hair, is a 2,000 year old Belgian prince. He fights with a 300 pound metal rod and is given to philosophical musings on the nature of suffering and attachment.

Asteria, a beautiful black woman who wears leather and carries two swords, is a 10,000 year old Amazon. She is silent, strict and a hell of a kisser.

Ramzy, the youngest of the trio at only seventy years, rides a motorcycle and quotes constantly from his favorite movie, Carlito’s Way.

Now the repeaters are in peril. An ancient being called the Soul-Eater has been devouring them one by one, while a cabal known as the Vigil threatens them with extinction. Their only hope is a young Jewish boy named Abraham, who fears that his family’s history of mental illness may be finally catching up with him – but who just might be the most powerful repeater of all.

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