The Raven Watches (#2, Night Kings) [NOOK Book]

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Night Kings:
Humans own the day and yet it’s the supernatural that lay claim to the night. Vampires, the oldest of night’s children, have at last found a home in Salem and it’s a home they’re unwilling to part from. Their mortal enemies, the werewolves, lurk not just in the vast forests that surround the city, but inside the very fabric of the community. Salem has always been able to ...

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The Raven Watches (#2, Night Kings)

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Overview

Start with The Lady in Red (#1, Night Kings) CURRENTLY FREE

Night Kings:
Humans own the day and yet it’s the supernatural that lay claim to the night. Vampires, the oldest of night’s children, have at last found a home in Salem and it’s a home they’re unwilling to part from. Their mortal enemies, the werewolves, lurk not just in the vast forests that surround the city, but inside the very fabric of the community. Salem has always been able to weather the storm that brew between both factions, but they’re about to learn that they aren’t the only creatures that go bump in the night.

The Raven Watches:
The Festival of the Moon had come and gone for the citizens of Salem. What replaced it was a haze of darkness that lingered and lurked amongst the populace. It wasn’t that monsters appeared from beyond that dark veil. It was that they’d been there all along, but for the first time in their storied existence, vampires, werewolves, and the other supernatural races had reason to fear. Their backs will soon be against the wall and the people of Salem are about to learn that’s the most dangerous place a monster can be.

Please Note: Night Kings is a YA collection of episodic short stories based in the city of Salem. It is not intended to be read as a novel and should be noted before purchase that a single episode won’t take longer than a few hours to complete.

Warning: This eBook contains graphic imagery and coarse language.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045362191
  • Publisher: Gregory Blackman
  • Publication date: 10/19/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,195,870
  • File size: 137 KB

Meet the Author

Born in Burlington, Ontario, Gregory Blackman is a business school student who discovered early on that he wasn't interested in advertising the works of others and instead sought out to create his own products that spoke on his values, beliefs, and in many cases, his own fears and anxieties. His first novel, Johnathan Rush, released in 2011, was a children's novel while all proceeding works have been intended for a mature audience. This can be seen in his following Reaper and Kingdoms of Ash series that deal with issues of gender inequality, racial tensions, and mankind's fear of the unknown.Gregory prides himself on responding to each and every letter sent to him, and incourages all readers to send him their thoughts and questions to Greg_Blackman@hotmail.com
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  • Posted April 28, 2014

    Not my cup of tea

    One of those stories where no matter what the hero does the bad dudes are always one step ahead. I couldn't take it anymore so I didn't finish it which is unusual for me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2013

    Either leading up to something huge or something sub par, but fo

    Either leading up to something huge or something sub par, but for now I'm hooked.

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    Posted November 11, 2013

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