Days Gone Bad [NOOK Book]

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My name is Damian Valdis Vesik. I am a necromancer, an ability feared and hated as much as the powers my master and I set ourselves against. We've vanquished many evils, but now something is releasing an old darkness, forcing us to hunt an enemy beyond anything I’ve faced before. I was already busy enough with vampires, fairies, witches, Watchers, weddings, and … damn, I need a vacation.

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My name is Damian Valdis Vesik. I am a necromancer, an ability feared and hated as much as the powers my master and I set ourselves against. We've vanquished many evils, but now something is releasing an old darkness, forcing us to hunt an enemy beyond anything I’ve faced before. I was already busy enough with vampires, fairies, witches, Watchers, weddings, and … damn, I need a vacation.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044308510
  • Publisher: Eric Asher
  • Publication date: 2/9/2013
  • Series: Vesik , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 183,485
  • File size: 304 KB

Meet the Author

Eric is a former bookseller, guitarist, and comic seller currently living in Saint Louis, Missouri. A lifelong enthusiast of books, music, toys, and games, he discovered a love for the written word after being dragged to the library by his parents at a young age. When he is not writing, you can usually find him reading, gaming, or buried beneath a small avalanche of Transformers.
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  • Posted November 26, 2013

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    I really liked Eric Asher¿s debut novel Days Gone Bad, Vesik Ser

    I really liked Eric Asher’s debut novel Days Gone Bad, Vesik Series Book 1.  It is written in first person narrative and the storyteller is Damien Valdis Vesik, a necromancer with a sarcastic and witty sense of humor and a great group of supernatural acquaintances.

    The reader is immediately dropped into Damien’s thoughts and at first it was a little unsettling and had me feeling as if I may have missed something but after chapter 2 I was so wrapped up in the story and all the fantastic characters that I didn’t give it a second thought. I really liked Damien. He doesn’t get overly wound up about things and as I was reading the story his voice took on the tone of one of those old detective TV show narrators; which in my opinion means that the author is doing something right if they can get a reader to actually “hear” their characters voices as they read.

    Days Gone Bad is fast paced, full of action, and has a full cast of amazing characters/creatures. It isn’t an urban paranormal romance but more of a urban paranormal action thriller and as you can imagine when dealing with vampires, necromancers, and power hungry demons things might get a little messy and by messy I mean gory. I really didn’t find the gore too bad, it fit with the scenes and didn’t seem like it was put in for shock value, and truthfully when you are fighting zombie vampires you should be “realistic” and expect some gore.

    So lets talk about the characters. Wow…at the characters! There are a lot of them and they are all amazingly fleshed out and just terrific. I found myself grabbing an old grocery list and writing the characters and their roles on the back of it so I could keep them sorted out in my head.  There are necromancers of course, fairies, vampires, zombies, zombie vampires, demons, gods, and I know I am missing some but the point is they are all very vividly described and liking or disliking them accordingly. I would have liked a little more background on how Damien got to know some of them and am hoping that some of those details get filled in in future books.

    I loved the legends and myths that emerge as you read and again the details are amazing.  There is a lot going on in the story but it doesn’t overwhelm you; it just carries you along and before you know it you are at the end. I am anxious to see how the series unfolds and wraps around all the characters that Asher has created.

    This is a wonderful start to not only a great series but also a long and successful writing career for Eric Asher. I have already purchased his recently released book 2 in the series Wolves and the River of Stone and can’t wait to join in on another adventure with Damien and his band of merry misfits.

    *I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review.*

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 7, 2013

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    Days Gone Bad is infused with humor and stellar writing. The cha

    Days Gone Bad is infused with humor and stellar writing. The characters are amazingly well fleshed out - you feel like you really know them. My favorite character is Damian and not just because he's the main character. He talks to you like you're an old friend, he has a great sense of humor, and he's brave. Plus he's a necromancer - a necromancer who isn't evil. He's become one of my new book boyfriends! I also thought it was really interesting that Damian casts spells to fight against demons and rogue vampires.

    Damian's vampire sister, Sam, is a close second as one of my favorite characters. She's full of life (haha), spunky, and beautiful. I love that she has this gorgeous, straight black hair. Damian and Sam have a close relationship, and they get along well. Damian seemed to be protective of his sister, and that's one of the many things I appreciated about him.

    I really liked how the fairies are bad ass - there is nothing sparkly or dainty about them. Foster, his wife, and his mother Cara are tough cookies - you can tell by the way Cara reacts when she thinks the new employee Damian hired has insulted fairies. They will tear you limb from limb if you aren't careful around them! That's how they should be. ;)

    I liked the gore. That makes me sound demented I suppose, but as someone who's a huge horror fan of both gory horror as well as psychological horror, I like to see the "monsters" get splattered. With all of the supernatural creatures running around wreaking havoc, Days Gone Bad couldn't be told as well without some gore - Damian and his friends are battling for their very lives. There are going to be casualties. Gory scenes are just satisfying, especially when a puppet master rogue vampire is after my Damian!

    Days Gone Bad is packed with action, humor, and some bloody fun. I highly recommend this for readers who enjoyed the Sookie Stackhouse series, or even if you were disappointed by the series. Asher breathes new life into the urban fantasy genre, and I'm excited to see where the next installment takes us.

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review for my stop on the blog tour. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 3, 2013

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    Days Gone Bad (Vesik #1) by Eric R. Asher 3 1/2 of 5 stars Dami

    Days Gone Bad (Vesik #1) by Eric R. Asher
    3 1/2 of 5 stars

    Damian Valdis Vesik leads an unusual life. He is the owner of a magic shop called Death’s Door (aka Double D or DD) in St Charles, Missouri.  Fairies live in a clock in his establishment, which is also guarded by two cu siths. His sister is a vampire.   Oh and by the way, he’s a Necromancer.

    There is a demon in town that he needs to annihilate.  If that isn’t enough he has to attend the wedding of his ex-girlfriend.  One of my favorite parts of this novel is Vesik’s wedding commentary.  It will definitely get you laughing.

    Vesik and his friends have a great sense of humor; which is probably good in their line of work.  Asher does a considerable job portraying his characters.  Days Gone Bad is an excellent start with the Vesik series.   

    ARC provided by in exchange for an honest review.  

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2014

    Days Gone Bad is the first book is the Vesik Series by Eric R. A

    Days Gone Bad is the first book is the Vesik Series by Eric R. Asher. It's a paranormal/fantasy book
    that follows Damian Vesik, a necromancer [and also my boyfriend (no exceptions on that, ladies and
    gentlemen, I have screamed dibs)] and he hunts demons. There is a LOT going on in this book--
    vampires, Fae, demons, etc.--and usually I don't like when a book goes off track and uses more than
    one paranormal element, but in this case, Asher blew it out of the park!

    I cannot tell you one bad thing about this book--I absolutely loved it. This is the first time in a long time
    I've been completely blown away by a novel. The story is fast paced and keeps you guessing all the way
     through, and Damian is a THRILL. I adore books where the main character/protagonist is male (there
    aren't nearly enough out there), and Damian doesn't disappoint. He's hilarious, sarcastic and snarky,
    not to mention drop dead gorgeous. He had me laughing from the very first page and kept it going until
    the very end.

    I will say this is NOT the book for the weak of stomach... There is GORE (wonderful, amazing gore
    #ilovegore) to the extreme and it's done so epically well... Oh how I LOVE when authors know what
    they're doing with a good bloody scene.

    Again I will repeat that I adore this novel. It is probably the best paranormal I've ever read, and definitely
     one of my favorite books of 2014 so far. I am jumping RIGHT into Wolves and the River of Stone
    TONIGHT and nothing and no one can stop me. Asher has a lifelong fan in me!

    (plus, can I just say cover love...)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2014

    Excellent modern fantasy

    Reminded me alot of the Harry Dresden stories. A fun and engaging fantasy set in modern America.

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  • Posted March 26, 2014

    It took me awhile to be able to finally get this book and read i

    It took me awhile to be able to finally get this book and read it. I'm glad I finally got to. It was so funny and quirky. There was some sadness but a lot more humor. I loved this book. I can't wait until I can get the second one...or win it. Whichever comes first. :)

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  • Posted February 11, 2014

    A Quick Pleasant Read

    Overall I liked the book. It had good pacing, well developed main and supporting characters and an interesting premise. The villains were pretty much cannon fodder types which lessened the main plot, but the various scenes with the main characters more than made up for this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    Awesome read and author

    Love Eric Asher story is great cannot wait for more in the series!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2013

    Highly recommend

    I found the book to be very interesting and cleverly written. I enjoyed the humor and self deprecation of the main character. I especially enjoyed the references to St. Louis. It's enjoyable to know the places being written about in the book.
    I am not usually a scifi reader, but this book was most enjoyable. I would definitely read another book written by this author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2013

    I totally love this! !

    I never leave reviews but I LOVE this book. I read the entire book in a day because I was dying to know what happened next! My only complaint: I want more Now!.!!

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  • Posted May 16, 2013

    Great debut novel! Asher is an author to watch! Quick Critique

    Great debut novel! Asher is an author to watch!

    Quick Critique




    Pros: Days Gone Bad is brimming with intense action, gruesome battles, and all sorts of supernatural goodness. It kept me on the edge of my seat from start to finish.




    Cons: At times there was a little too much going on, and the story didn’t flow quite as smoothly as I would have liked. I do hope that these issues are tweaked in the next book.




    Overall: This is a great debut novel, and a remarkable start to this Urban Fantasy series. I recommend Days Gone Bad to anyone that enjoys urban fantasy and a whole lot of bloodshed. I will definitely check out the next book in the series.








    My Thoughts




    Days Gone Bad is a fascinating tale that follows Damian, a necromancer, who is forced to fight a new kind of evil, one that hasn’t been seen before. Lives depend on his success, and he has one heck of a time attempting to vanquish these new monsters. Fortunately for Damian, he has a variety of supernatural allies to watch his back, including his wise old crone of a master by the name of Zola, who I believe was a dominatrix in a former life, as she loves to beat Damian with her cane. She is one of my favorite characters in this book. I love the way she speaks. I could hear her voice in my head while I was reading, and often times caught myself mouthing her words.




    The pages of Days Gone Bad are replete with every type of paranormal and supernatural creature you could want in an urban fantasy novel, from vampires to zombies — including an interesting twist involving both, and demons to fairies. There was quite a bit of fantasy folklore inside these pages, and I had to hit the internet a few times to find out what some of the “technical” terms meant. I felt as though I was preparing for my very first battle in a D&D game. This book didn’t have dungeons or dragons in it, but I know just as much about D&D as I did about some of the history in Days Gone Bad. So, all in all, reading this book was not only wildly entertaining, but educational as well. I feel like I have a much better understanding of the fantasy realm. I now understand what things like “The Unseelie Sidhe” mean. Besides, it gave me an excuse to bust out a cold glass of milk and some Oreo cookies. Hey, in my world, doing a little research warrants having a tasty snack in hand.




    Days Gone Bad had me hooked from the first chapter – a necromancer, a vampire, and Mexican food. Uh, yeah… count me in. Damian is an incredible character, very well fleshed out. He is witty — loaded to the hilt with dark humor, rugged, and supercalifragilisticexpialidociously bad to the bone. I was completely captivated by Damian throughout the entire book. I clung to his every word, anxious to find out what he was thinking, or what he would do next. There were many other characters I adored as well – Foster and Aideen were among my favorites. I am pretty certain I let an, “Awww,” escape my lips during a pre-battle ritual that took place inside Death’s Door. Oh, you want to know what Death’s Door is? Hmmm, well… I’d love to tell you, but I think you should probably read the book to find out.




    "Foster went down on one knee in front of his wife. She gently placed the helmet over his head, brushing his hair carefully behind his ears. He held out his arms, palms facing the ceiling, and she strapped a golden vambrace to each. His greaves were already laced and she double-checked them as he stood. She took a knee in turn and presented his fairy-sized claymore, with her arms raised and head bowed."




    –Eric R. Asher, Days Gone Bad




    Days Gone Bad is a great debut novel, and I will definitely read the next installment in the Vesik series. If you enjoy urban fantasy, and powerful, hair-raising action, this is a book you do not want to miss!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2013

    A Review of Days Gone Bad by Eric Asher. I give this book 4.5 ou

    A Review of Days Gone Bad by Eric Asher.
    I give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars

    When I picked up this book to start reading I really didn't know what to expect. In this case that was a good thing! I laughed, I winced, and I hurt right along with the characters. From the first chapter I was drawn in and found it very difficult to put the book down. I was surprised at how easily the author pulled you into his world and made you feel right at home. Damian is a main character that sees his own flaws and does the best he can with what he has, most of the time with better results than he expected. His relationships with other characters comes off very strong and I almost feel as if they are my now friends too! The only negative thing I have to say is that I wanted more of the story! This is one book I am really looking forward to reading again and I hope a Book 2 is in the near future! I can't wait to see what Eric will write next!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2013

    I can't say enough about Eric Asher's first novel, Days Gone Bad

    I can't say enough about Eric Asher's first novel, Days Gone Bad. The creative genius of Asher mesmerizes his readers and invites them to take part in Damian Vesik's world and his journey to defeat evils beyond one's wildest imagination.
    As a shop keeper of Death's Door and neophyte of the black arts, Damian is a memorable protagonist who encourages his readers to come along for an action-filled ride. Like Bastian in The Neverending Story, I too found myself taking refuge in this book, cheering on Damian and being inexorably drawn in to a realm of fantasy that seemed deeply rooted in Missouri history. Although dark and graphic at times, Asher skillfully juxtaposes the light and the dark, the laughter and tears, and good verses evil. I found myself laughing hysterically at times and crying the next.
    Think about all the things one fears: necromancers, demons, vampires, warlocks, and zombies. This novel has it all and lends itself to prequels and sequels as readers yearn for more adventures and background on some of its most likable characters: a vamp sister named Sam, an elderly mentor with a New Orleans vernacular called Zola, and a clock-dwelling, cheese-loving fairy named Foster. Asher's first novel depicts rich and quirky characters and weaves in many historical references. It is rich in figurative language and makes me want to read the novel again and again. Days Gone Bad definitely delivers. Speaking of delivering, “Ah’s a gonna git me some bacon.”

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  • Posted April 5, 2013

    Okay I have to give Eric credit where it's due. This book is ama

    Okay I have to give Eric credit where it's due. This book is amazing.
    The opening lines grip you and while you tell yourself "I'm not supposed to be reading this yet" you find yourself unable to stop reading it.
    I'd be quite interested in a prequel to this even if just a novella to explain how Damian and Sam got to where they are at the start of this book. It's a bit
    confusing in that area. I have to admit at the moment, Cara is my favorite character. That's one faery you don't want to cross paths with! And I have no idea what Cu Sith is but I want one!
    I'd personally love to read about Zola's past adventures as well.
    The characters are so unique and interesting you can't help but to want to know more about all of them.
    Eric obviously put in a lot of effort to research the myths and legends of the Sidhe, Seelie and Unseelie for this book and it shows immensely. Everything from Foster's and Cara's abilities down to the use of the Triquetra (Celtic knot) are almost flawless.
    I also enjoyed the integration of the old gods, with the vampires and Fae. As well as the new breed of "oh dear gods" I came across around Chapter 9 or so.
    While the story is serious, you won't miss the humorous undertones in Damian's demeanor, or in the comical things that happen in the shop.
    All in all.. This book is great. I'd love to see a couple of prequels on Damian, Sam, and Zola at some point, and absolutely look forward to seeing more from this creative writer.
    I give this book 5 of 5

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  • Posted April 4, 2013

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    This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an hones

    This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.
    I keep flip flopping between rating this book a 3.5 of 4 star. Don't get me wrong, the book was definitely interesting. It had a storyline that was full of all sorts of paranormal beings and mystery. I think my problem with it was that there was a lot to process...there was a lot going on. You have vampires, demons, cu siths, fae and necromancers. There was a lot of background on the Fae but not much on the vampires. Yes, there was a history there but I just wanted more. I still can't even pinpoint what it is that I didn't like about it. Maybe my head just wasn't in it. The ending was a bit disappointing to me. I was expecting a wow factor and it just didn't deliver. I almost want to say it was predictable. The book could use a good edit to make the story flow better.

    I do love Damian, though. We could totally hang and eat Annie Anne's cinnamon sugar pretzels while sipping Frappacino's. He brings just the right amount of humor without being a total jackass.The action scenes were great but not for people who don't like gore. Me, I love gore...the more the better. I would recommend it to anyone that is into paranormal.

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  • Posted March 30, 2013

    Damian, a necromancer, owns a shop called Death¿s Door that sell

    Damian, a necromancer, owns a shop called Death’s Door that sells wiccan, occult, magical supplies. He has a vampire sister, hangs out with fairies and knows a ghost panda. Damian’s master comes back after a 2 year absence to get ready for a battle with evil. Was slow in the beginning, but it built up to a great point half way through and from then on could not put it down.

    Damian has a witty sense of humor even during some scary moments. There were times when the characters would laugh at something that seemed like an inside joke that I didn’t understand until I got to know the characters more as the book went on. I liked the subtle references to some of the Civil War battlefields. My favorite characters are Cara and Foster, love these kick butt fairies. The battle scenes were great, I didn’t want to put down the book at this point. Fast read but great story. If there are more books to come I hope we read more about Sam, Damian’s sister. I think she needed some more read time. Hope to read more of what kinds of trouble Damian and the crew get themselves into.

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  • Posted March 27, 2013

    "Days Gone Bad," had me sucked in at chapter one. Ther

    "Days Gone Bad," had me sucked in at chapter one. There is a wealth of characters with depth and mystery and wit that make you want to delve into each one of them to see how they tick! Mr. Eric Asher, took a genre that has been written and rewritten so many times and made it new and intriguing. The book is dark, but in a way that has you laughing and commenting out loud, and in my case startling the person next to me on the treadmill to where he slipped off.(poor guy) I am so pumped for a sequel. The ending of the book leaves you wanting more. I am trying so hard not to throw spoilers out here, but my gosh it was all I could talk about while reading it. For me the testament of an outstanding book is if when I put it down I'm ready to pick it back up again, because I not ready for that world to come to an end yet. So as I currently pick,"Days Gone Bad," up again I suggest you pick it up for a first time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2013

    Damian Valdis Vesik is a necromancer. He is also a shop owne





    Damian Valdis Vesik is a necromancer. He is also a shop owner, but it's not your everyday shop. He runs Death's Door, a shop selling magical goods. He has friends of various species, from fairies to vampires.




    Damian's master, Zola, returns after a few years away and brings with her some bad news. Something which she has not encountered before is coming, something evil, something Damian is not yet prepared for. Zola tutors him in further magical ways of trying to deal with what is approaching, but can she prepare him enough?




    Damian and Zola attempt to recover talismans which were used to trap evil spirits many years ago, before anyone, or anything, else finds them.
    They uncover secrets along the way, both good and bad.




    Together they have to face the evil, try to stop it in its tracks, before it accomplishes its goal and destroys both them and the world as they know it.




    Damian has a wicked sense of humour, and I can almost feel the authors humour coming out in a few places. On the first page he writes -




    " I pressed a few buttons on my personal chef, a.k.a. microwave"!




    This is just a typical male thing and it works so well.




    He also causes an incident at the wedding of his ex which is beyond anything I could ever imagine anyone doing as a prank! All I will say is exploding pigeons! Very very funny!




    I liked this book a lot. The author uses a lot of description, which felt slightly too much at times. I wanted the action to start straight away. But the build up is worth it as you get through the story.




    I felt like I wanted to read the prequel though, as there's so much we don't find out. I'd love to read the story of Damian and Zola when they first met, and how she helped him discover and mold his powers.




    There is a lot of promise in this book and I look forward to finding out more about Damien, Zola, and the rest of the characters the author introduces us to.

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  • Posted March 15, 2013

    Being a writer myself, I have very high standards in what I choo

    Being a writer myself, I have very high standards in what I choose to read. Eric nailed it and then some! Lots of action, humor - actually at times I had to bury my face in my pillow so as not to wake hubby because I couldn't stop laughing! - and just enough sad and scary to make this an awesome read.
    One of my favorite lines is this, "Only you can give someone the finger during a pick me up." That's only one, but there are tons more. This book has almost every mythical/paranormal creature you can think of; vampires, warlocks, necromancers, fairies, zombies, and on and on. And I'm sure in the next books we will meet many, many more.
    I don't want to give much more away - even though I've been pretty vague as it is - because this book is something you have to read, experience, and discover all the little secrets and OMG's on your own.
    Read it! Pretty positive you're gonna like it - or like me, LOVE IT!
    Now, hurry up with the next book, damn it!

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