The Woman

The Woman

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by David Chitty
     
 

Book 1 of the Fang Series.
A gripping tale of a young boy whose life is turned upside down when, one winter afternoon, he's attacked by one of the undead. Battles ensue for his love, his life and his humanity.
It always comes down to a woman, doesn't it?

Overview

Book 1 of the Fang Series.
A gripping tale of a young boy whose life is turned upside down when, one winter afternoon, he's attacked by one of the undead. Battles ensue for his love, his life and his humanity.
It always comes down to a woman, doesn't it?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032887980
Publisher:
David Chitty
Publication date:
11/18/2011
Series:
Fang , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
221,680
File size:
501 KB

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Meet the Author

David Chitty was born in a seaside town in South East England. He grew up as all others do except that he had an affinity for stories. He didn't enjoy reading them and often found them boring. As time went on, David wrote more and more until a teacher destroyed his confidence in his writing by bashing his stories. For years he didn't touch a story other than for school work and when he eventually did try and pick up the metaphorical pen again he couldn't get the words out. Finding himself unemployed and stuck at home all day David Chitty decided to try to write a book. Eventually it was finished and an old love had been rekindled. After much work and much trepidation, David published his first real attempt at literature; The Fang Series.

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The Woman 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is going to sound horrible...but this book is disgustingly disturbing...yet you cant stop reading! Ill be getting the second book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All of his killing and pleasure in it.... That is wrong. I did not like this book. It was very wierd
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. Never have I read a novel and truely been disgusted by the vampire hero. I can understand being vicious about destroying the enemy but the pleasure and joy he experiences as he systematically tortures young children, pregnant woman, and good kind fathers does not allow me to accept that he makes an exception to protect a girl that helped bully him in school.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has 422 pgs. It takes very little time to read. The characters are somewhat flat. This book has a lot of violence, cursing, and sexual content. I would not suggest this book to anyone of minor age. The sequel is better written, but still stilted.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the twists and turns...felt sorry for the young boy...proud of the young man...hated the cruelty of the vamire. If you love action and drama with twists and turns, this is the book to read.
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ICFashionChic More than 1 year ago
Oh but it is. The Woman by David Chitty is a sick view of a boy gone crazy with obsession in finding vampires and the woman that saved him from the first vampire he saw. Eventually, he gets his, alongside the woman and becomes a creature of the night. However, his revenge and wish to kill the evil vampires switches and he becomes the evil thing he swore to kill. With no regard for human life, and killing loved ones for the heck of it, also a very graphic and extremely disturbing scene involving a small 5 year old girl, her mom and her step-dad to be, left me feeling highly upset because the author does not give you insight to his main character and what drives him to be such a psycho-murderer. Also, unlike typical sociopaths, he has no rules. Then comes the part in the book where he rediscovers his humanity. Well the problem with that is that the flip comes so quickly and out of the blue, it makes no sense. Besides the obvious lack of character development and plausible plot line, this book isn't anything but blood, gore and rape with an odd bully storyline attached. There are 3 characters that I do like. Garrick, Callum and Kimberley. So I gave the book an extra star for those, pretty well written characters that are not given enough time in the book, especially Callum.
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Pretty good vampire book. Book one of the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yes it's bloody, it's filled with death, gore and depraved acts. We are not supposed to love these vampires--at least not at first. The only parts I was unsettled with is first how David so quickly became this evil monster committing horrendous acts then suddenly he sees someone from his human past and becomes this anti-evil vampire. Those points struck me wrong especially the last change. It almost felt like the author ran out of gross ways to kill and torture humans and decided to make David good. Also the way Kimberly accepts him so quickly as a vampire and tells him all the bad he did doesn't matter because wanting to do good now cancels the bad out. Other than that this is a good, old fashioned vampire story for all the horror lovers out there. I have purchased the next novel in the series and look forward to seeing what happens especially with Amy Jo, this new super-vampire and the prophecy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was such a great book, but it had some graphic parts 18+