Solomon Night is an average high school kid with a life shrouded in mystery. With his abusive step father at home and bullies at school his life is far from easy, All this changes in one night, when Solomon is hit by a car on the streets of New York on his way home. In death, Solomon is finally able to find peace.
His eternal rest is cut short by a mysterious apparition offering him the power to protect those he loves and even more, a second chance at life. The deal sounds too sweet to pass up, and Solomon signs the contract that binds him to this mysterious being in more ways than he knows. He becomes the Black Angel and gains an assortment of new amazing abilities.
Solomon soon discovers the price of his mistake and finds out the hard way that power is the ultimate sorrow and that every bargain has its price. Now, it’s a race to save the ones he loves; or will his dance with the devil be the death of them all?
Author of Black Angels Series
Stone Erickson is one of the youngest published authors in the country. He wrote his first full length work at twelve and was offered a publishing deal with Delphine Publications at fourteen. “I can’t remember a time when I didn’t write,” he admits. His first passion was the Magic Tree House series by Marie Pope Osbourne. Reading offered the elementary school student an opportunity to escape into a literary fantasy. It wasn’t long before Stone was creating his own literary fantasies, utilizing the personality traits of his friends, teachers and even kids he didn’t get along with at school. His first attempts were comic books starring himself as a superhero he started writing and illustrating back in third grade. “I like to take people’s best or worst characteristics and push them into new characters with totally different identities,” he explains of his writing style.
Today the fifteen year old high school freshman lives in Atlanta, GA; Stone is an honor roll student and has received numerous academic accolades. In addition to writing, he is an avid soccer player and enjoys science and psychology . Stone says he wants people that read his books to take away the fact that life is a challenge that needs to be endured. “Life is not always going to be easy. If you’re going through hell, keep going through it,” he says.