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Washed up the shore of a creepy New England town, over run with blood thirsty werewolves, and vampires, Kia is running for her life. Set on her path by a strangely beautiful woman, the last six months of her life is all she knows. Tracking down a nomadic vampire for information and help, Kia runs into trouble in a dark alley. Her savior, Tristan dispatches a worthy foe, but has no clue what he'll do or how far he'll go to keep her safe.
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The Lost Village

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Overview

Washed up the shore of a creepy New England town, over run with blood thirsty werewolves, and vampires, Kia is running for her life. Set on her path by a strangely beautiful woman, the last six months of her life is all she knows. Tracking down a nomadic vampire for information and help, Kia runs into trouble in a dark alley. Her savior, Tristan dispatches a worthy foe, but has no clue what he'll do or how far he'll go to keep her safe.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781615721856
  • Publisher: Eternal Press/Damnation Books LLC
  • Publication date: 10/4/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 462
  • Sales rank: 620,639
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2003

    Teething children have always been from.....Hell

    I am a fussy eater and worse yet a fussy reader. Seldom can a book of this genre capture my attention let alone my enthusiasm, but that it did, a few chapters for bait and hook, line, and sinker I was caught. The attention to characters, detail, and plot gave me pause to the occassional glance over my shoulder....just in case ! The book was hard to put down and it mysteriously beckoned no matter the task at hand. A must read for Stephen King fans. The story left an opening for more and I hope that to be the result. Congratulations Mark Hall and much success.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2003

    I loved this book and can't wait for more!

    From beginning to end, the Lost Village was a thrilling journey. I found myself drawn into the story with such fervor; I didn¿t want to put it down. Reading as fast as I could to find out what happens next, then getting to the last chapter and purposefully slowing down to savor every last page. This book has it all! The author meshes horror, magic, love and faith with a whole lot of suspense and a chilling story line. I loved it!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2006

    a reviewer

    Mark Edward Hall creates a thinking man¿s 'Village of the Damned' and delivers a rich, complex, and genuinely discomfiting story of good versus evil. 'The Lost Village' is an ambitious, epic horror opus in the grand tradition of Stephen King, with well-drawn, believable characters and plot twists galore. The images he creates are compelling and detailed, drawing the reader into the terrifying world he creates. A refreshingly intricate read with no easy outs for the reader.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2003

    The Lost Village

    I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys horror fiction. It is an excellent book, with well written characters and plots. I enjoyed this book very much. I took it with me everywhere until I finished it. When I wasn't reading it, I was thinking of the characters and wondering what was going to happen next. To me, that means it is a very good book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2003

    Great First Effort

    Yahoo! Excellent! Just finished. Couldn't put it down! Congratulations, can't wait for the next one! Rob Coffin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2003

    The Lost Village a must read!

    The Lost Village by Mark Edward Hall is a phenomenal novel. It is classified in the horror/fantasy genre, but can not be limited solely into one genre. Do not misunderstand me -- The Lost Village is the horror story of all horror stories, and easily competes with novels written by the most well known and respected horror authors. This novel, however, possesses something greater. The only word that I can use to describe what I am trying to explain is deep. The Lost Village is filled with fascinating story lines with riveting twists, turns, and climaxes. Throughout this novel you will feel as though you know the characters -- feel their pleasures and pains, and journey with them through their trials and tribulations. The story is very well plotted, and remains unpredictable throughout. If you enjoy wild rides, this is the novel for you. The Lost Village is that good. A must read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2003

    A great read

    I liked this book a lot. I didn't know what to expect going in, but I was pleasantly surprised. I couldn't put it down. The Lost village is a great horror story with great characters. It has the classic good-over-evil theme with lots of surprises along the way. If you like epic fiction with lots of things that go bump in the night, please read this book. I own a book shop and am stocking a bunch of copies for my customers.I'd like to see something else soon from Mark Edward Hall.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2003

    Wow!

    The Lost Village is 629 pages long and I read it in 3 days. When I was halfway through, the book started to climax and it never stopped! It was non-stop action, no lull time. As a devoted reader of Anne Rice and Dean Koontz, I recommend this book to anyone who likes to be spooked. Beware, you will not be able to put it down!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2003

    T. M. Gray reviews 'The Lost Village' by Mark Edward Hall

    I highly recommend THE LOST VILLAGE by Mark Edward Hall as a great read. This novel brings you to the coastal town of James Village, Maine, a place of dark secrets, and acquaints you with an interesting cast of characters: novelist Sarah Jameson and her young daughter, Annabelle (both are afflicted with a rare genetic disorder); a twisted but driven villian named Travis Boone who stalks mother and daughter with malevolent intent; Doc Flanagan; his wife, Angel; their daughter, Maggie who works for Michael Bannon, the long arm of the law in James Village. Although the town seems peaceful and most of its inhabitants decent and upright, something terrible lurks just beneath the surface, waiting and growing ever powerful. Mr. Magic, a local loner, knows it's there, despite the apathy throughout the town. And he knows why children have been disappearing . . . and what they've become. THE LOST VILLAGE contains more than just a great story packed with chills and thrills, plenty of action and interesting dialogue. It reveals the secret essence of the Evil that has poisoned James Village. It may make you question your own beliefs about Good and Evil and bring you to a new and terrifying realization of the truths contained therein. Once you've read THE LOST VILLAGE, you'll see things in a whole new light. And you'll pray that the light stays on for a long time after you've put the book on the shelf.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2003

    Lost Village

    Sarah Jameson Landry and her five year old daughter, Annabelle, haunted by the same insistent voice, embark on a reluctant journey to find their ancestral home. What they discover is a strange little village that has somehow gone adrift from the rest of the world. They uncover a horrifying legacy of missing children that dates back hundreds of years, and in the process learn the terrible secrets of their own ancestral past. Michael Bannon, haunted by demons of his own has come to James Village in search of anonymity. What he finds instead is that no distance, great or small can ever erase the terrible mistakes of the past. He discovers also that he is, in some inconceivable way, connected to Sarah and the child Annabelle. They form an alliance with a small group of friends, villagers, who like themselves are tired of being afraid, and resign themselves to the task of seeking the truth regardless of its consequences. Together they embark on a terrifying quest to destroy the evil that lies at the center of all their lives. The Lost Village is an epic journey into the unknown that leaves none of its participants unchanged by the experience. Dark and dazzling, it is a tale that encompasses dramas of seduction and death, episodes of tenderness and miraculous healing. It is also an allegory about the deeds that men do and the secrets that they keep, a parable of innocence against the corruption of the soul, of sanity against madness, of triumph against all odds. And it gives us a rare glimpse into the dark superstition and aching loneliness that lies deep inside the core of all human kind.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2003

    Lost Village

    I simply loved The Lost Village. I thought it was immensely overwhelming, magnificent and ingenious. It never gets boring, there are no areas where it gets bogged down. Wish it could have been twice as long. I hated to see it end. I can't wait for his next book

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