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Night's Knights: A Vampire Tale (Volume 1)
     

Night's Knights: A Vampire Tale (Volume 1)

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by Emerian Rich
 

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Vampires on a quest for knowledge attempt to create the perfect offspring, but from the shadows an even more demonic evil threatens their immortality. Severina is an exotic beauty from the jungles of Brazil whose family is brutally murdered by the same man she later calls lover. Julien is a knight who serves as guardian angel to his family but has no clue about his

Overview

Vampires on a quest for knowledge attempt to create the perfect offspring, but from the shadows an even more demonic evil threatens their immortality. Severina is an exotic beauty from the jungles of Brazil whose family is brutally murdered by the same man she later calls lover. Julien is a knight who serves as guardian angel to his family but has no clue about his predestined fate.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000804964
Publisher:
Emerian Rich
Publication date:
01/10/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
336 KB

Meet the Author

Emerian Rich was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1973, the only child of pastors. She lived in thirty-two different places by the time she graduated high school. With no siblings and no consistent peer relationships, the pen became an integral part of her life, granting her an inexpensive pastime that she could take with her anywhere. The characters in her stories became her friends and her journal, her only continuous confidant.

Night's Knights is Emerian's first print novel. She is the hostess of HorrorAddicts.net and writes for the speculative fiction blog dashPunk.com. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and son.
Find out more about Emerian at: www.emzbox.com

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Night's Knights: A Vampire Tale 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
dwatson More than 1 year ago
I have to admit that I was a little apprehensive of getting this book. I really enjoy Emerian's podcast Horror addicts. I've just read so many vampire books that I just wasn't interested in reading a new on but because I liked her short stories so much I gave it a chance. I'm sorry I waited so long to read it because this is really more then just a vampire story. The characters are well developed and likable. She does a great job of making you care about all the people in this book and the action is great. The book just gets better as it goes along and the last few chapters I was not able to put it down. So If you want a good read check this one out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No no no no N-O just NO!!! AWFUL!! I couldn't make it to the 5th chapter. This story line and plot made absolutely no sense. There was no clear train of thought or clear outline to any of it. The story went from one person to the next one and then there was no real point for any of the characters. I was really excited to read something new and wow, just no.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book up until the last 100 pages or so. It felt like someone else wrote the ending?? 4 hours after finishing the book and I still have no idea what the 'gods' night, day, dusk and dawn have to do with anything. If Jespa defeated the bad guy (who was he again? The devil?) then why did the world end? And if the world ended then how could markham go back to Jimmy's farm? And where exactly did Jespa go? Another universe?? and what exactly was Martin's role? So strange - seems like this ending belongs to a different novel. For 500 pages I was reading about vampires and then suddenly I was reading about rulers of time?? Just a total waste of time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If I could give no stars I would because free is too much for this complete waste of time. 600 pages and all you have at the end is a headache! The story is disjointed and impossible to follow It's too long and has almost no substance, too late you realize that the absurd pieces of a story that you have tried to follow for 500 pages has turned into an altogether different story, almost like the last 100 pages is a completely different book! Ugh! I have never been so utterly disappointed by a book and I read everything! This can in no way be called literature in any form. Save yourself the frustration, trust me...
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To read this book you really need to focus. Yes it jumps around alo but in the end it comes together very well then you like OH i understand now. A great read i couldnt put it down
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Just ok. I was finding myself wanting to rush through some chapters. Worth reading for a free book
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