The energy crisis is upon us, but there might be a solution to this problem hidden in the Amazon: a strange source of enormous power that could end humanity's dependency on any other natural energy providers. Rebecca is an entomologist, one of the best ones in the country, and when she gets the first images of this mysterious thing, she hops on the next plane to Brazil, hoping to get there in time and figure out what the fuss is all about.
Soon, she joins the group of scientists and researchers from all corners of the Earth and sees Ed, the man who sent her the very first photos (and her ex), for the first time in a long time. Things didn't exactly end well between the two, and now they're forced to work together on what could be the greatest discovery in history.
But their drama doesn't really matter when they're dealing with breath-taking statues in the middle of the jungle, a lost city built by a mysterious civilization and a horrifying new breed of predators. Who are these animals and what is their purpose? Rebecca will have to fight her phobia is she wants to make sense of this shocking discovery. This centuries-old enemy is threatening the future of mankind and the Blue Planet.
Rebecca and Ed will have to put their differences aside and work together towards solving this mystery and defeating the terrifying animal that wants to destroy everything they've been working towards. Eight is a mighty fast-paced novel, a breathtaking ride into the unknown. It comes with ancient ruins, lost civilizations, centuries-old artifacts, an ancient evil, and everything else that a great action-adventure story should have.