Black Scars (Blood Skies, Book 2) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Book 2 of the BLOOD SKIES series: Post-Apocalyptic Military Dark Fantasy. With vampires.

Southern Claw warlock Eric Cross has been sent on a mission to locate the mysterious Woman in the Ice, an entity who may hold the key to stopping an ancient evil. Cross' mission is complicated when he is forced to join forces with corrupt prison wardens and survive in the deadly vampire city-state of Krul.

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Black Scars (Blood Skies, Book 2)

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Overview

Book 2 of the BLOOD SKIES series: Post-Apocalyptic Military Dark Fantasy. With vampires.

Southern Claw warlock Eric Cross has been sent on a mission to locate the mysterious Woman in the Ice, an entity who may hold the key to stopping an ancient evil. Cross' mission is complicated when he is forced to join forces with corrupt prison wardens and survive in the deadly vampire city-state of Krul.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032803416
  • Publisher: Steven Montano
  • Publication date: 10/8/2011
  • Series: Blood Skies , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 130,813
  • File size: 684 KB

Meet the Author

I’m Steven Montano, an accountant who thinks he’s a writer, based mainly on the fact that I managed to get a few D&D adventures published roughly 2,000 years ago. I’ve been writing as a hobby for almost 20 years.I’m currently hard at work on the “Blood Skies” project, a post-apocalyptic dark fantasy fiction series. It has magic. And guns. And vampires. Really, what more could you want?
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  • Posted December 28, 2011

    Totally hooked on this series!

    I was so hooked on this series with 'Blood Skies' that I immediately dove into 'Blood Scars.' Steven Montano takes a no-holds-barred approach to the second book in the series. While seducing the reader into the deep intimate personal bonds between friends, Cross and his new mercenary crew fight their fiercest battles against the vampires, themselves, and their own impending madness. The imagery drives you through Cross's eyes to fully experience the pain and suffering The Black has caused. Inside the darkest recesses, you feel the frightening affects of the larger than life entity that is determined to destroy all creatures living and undead, the vampire prison which possesses sheer madness inside the cells and outside with shape-shifting walls, the vampires' gladiator arena which pushes them all beyond their limits, and the bloodiest battle Cross has ever faced against the vampires. The warlock hero and his ethereal spirit wage war against evil not only to avenge the deaths of family and friends but to bring a sense of goodness back into his life as well as others. Always humble, Cross is a true hero who knows his purpose and sets out on his quest without hesitation. 'Black Scars' is deliciously horrific yet well-rounded with an intensely delicate twist, a fine line between madness and understanding.

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