Choices. In this age, we make hundreds if not thousands of choices every day. Do we eat healthy or grab something quick on the run? When you see a yellow traffic light, do you speed up and drive through it or do you prepare to stop? We make so many choices on a daily basis that we almost do it subconsciously. The most important choices that we make could have a significant impact on our lives for years to come, and yet, even these choices are often done subconsciously. Survival and time take precedence now, while our consequences are delayed. John St Cyr is just such a person. He is a sportswriter who lives just outside of Chicago with his wife, Sera, and his young daughter, Gabby. John and his wife are trying to stay afloat financially like so many of us. Outwardly, they are living the American dream, but on the inside, their life is a nightmare. There are stacks of bills and mortgage payments that can't be paid, and every day that goes by, they become deeper in debt. Addictions, infidelity, and bad habits get fed, as John tries to make sense of his life. On an unseasonably warm day in February, John takes a trip to Las Vegas to do an article on the Superbowl, and his life is changed forever. A domestic terrorist plot seems to be unfolding, and he may be in the middle of it. His strange dreams of angels and wraiths are haunting him and he knows he must do something. He must find a tall menacing dark man named Euroclydon. But is he too late? John has never been a spiritual man, nor has he been God fearing. That may or may not change. He has an important choice to make.