Matt Legend: Veil of Lies – Trailer

All Matt Legend wanted to do that dangerous summer was to win the affections of a certain irresistible small town girl and get back to L.A. But something inside an ancient Indian burial mound has other plans. In the mound he discovers powers beyond his wildest dreams and an evil beyond any imaginings. Matt receives a warning telling him that if he tells anyone what he found terrible things will happen.

And terrible things do. The dean of a mysterious boarding school tries to help but death and destruction follow as supernatural forces attempt to stop Matt from warning the world that they are mutating.

A venomous archaeology professor finds out what is in the mound and uses it to unleash a deadly reign of terror on the earth. Matt and three friends alone hold the key to stopping him – but can they before it is too late? They find themselves in a war against the supernatural – a war they cannot possibly win. But if they win, Matt will live, and get the girl. If they lose, seven billion people will perish.

This is the first in the Matt Legend series of young adult fiction paranormal mystery adventures and encounters of the strange kind that deal with everything from giants and mermaids (yes, they did and do exist), to UFOs, fallen angels and other extra-dimensional beings, subterranean civilizations, and all other strange and terrible things. 

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