Lily returns to New York and finds herself powerless against her mother and her psychiatrist who are determined to cure her of madness, but Lily finds solace in her therapy with the handsome, kilt-clad Dr. Murdoch, who is fascinated by her tale of giants, gods, ghosts, and demons. The Twin Gods and Phoenix return to the story with dirty secrets and dramatic plots to usurp power from the Ruling Kings, but the trial of the Lesser Gods reveals more drama and intrigue than the Incubi can handle, as Lucian is served more justice than he deserves. Rory, the Red King, enters Gael through a harrowing birth that leaves Declan once again weighing his decision to bring Caraye into his world. The surprise visitors in Dorcha finally resolve the last of Amon and Marduk’s tragic mistake, but their recent mistakes force the Elders to demand retribution that shakes up not only their own personal lives, but the entire state of Tosú-Críoch as well. However, when the Elders demand that the Revolution begin immediately, their motives are revealed, and Declan must take swift action to usher in a major power shift and an entirely new protocol for the Incubi and humanity. Cain meets both his Devil and his Conscience, and is happy with neither, but he must carry on if he is to survive the transition Declan sets into motion. Lugh makes a difficult decision that may land him in the Elders Tower after Aaden discovers the truth about Jade. The identities of Lily, Drake, and Samael are finally revealed in a surprising epilogue that uncovers a deeper mystery as the curtain closes on the final scene of the Incubi.
In the final installment of the Children of the Incubi series, the Gods are finally awakened by Humanity. Humanity is awakened by the Gods. As Marduk predicted in his Book 3 speech, both races simultaneously evolve, but the Gods had to change first. Everything but the past is changed as everything is revealed.