How do you save a world that you’re destined to end?
That’s the question that James Russell Walker–an enhanced (person with extra-human abilities) sufferer of Dissociative Identity Disorder and wielder of a dark destructive power– is going to have to figure out an answer to in The Enhanced: Eidelons. Fortunately, James won’t have to figure it out alone. James is befriended by an unlikely group of eight enhanced social pariahs who had been locked up along with James for losing control of their enhancements due to having psychological disorders. Among them are Fredrick Foit/”Hustle”–a reformed assassin who suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and moves at blazing speeds; Kristin Kresswell/”Brace”–a sadistic sufferer of Callus Personality Disorder who can pull carbon atoms from any carbon based object and use it as armor; Joy Smyth/”Fluke”–who suffers from schizophrenia and has a spiritual bond with the Greek goddess Tyche making Joy very lucky; and Jacob Fellows/”Mallet”–a giant half alien with the strength of an elephant. Dr Elias P. Locke, a geneticist with an elusive past, takes the group of heretics under his wing and helps them escape the holding facility. Under Dr. Locke’s guidance they learn that anything worth fighting for is worth fighting dirty for.