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Unholy Testament: The Beginnings
     

Unholy Testament: The Beginnings

by Carole Gill
 
The story of Rose Baines continues in the second book of Carole Gill's Blackstone Vampires!

Rose and her children find themselves held captive on a ship staffed by vampires, overseen by the mad and evil demon Eco. The last time Rose saw Eco he tried to destroy the children, and now he tells her he loves her.

"I saw you leave the house that day, Rose.

Overview

The story of Rose Baines continues in the second book of Carole Gill's Blackstone Vampires!

Rose and her children find themselves held captive on a ship staffed by vampires, overseen by the mad and evil demon Eco. The last time Rose saw Eco he tried to destroy the children, and now he tells her he loves her.

"I saw you leave the house that day, Rose. That terrible day you discovered your family butchered. I saw you..."

Eco, believing he has fallen in love with her, pens a confession documenting all sins he has committed during his immortal existence.

From Ancient Egyptian vampire cults, Roman vampire brothels, The Dark Ages, The Crusades, The Black Death of 1348, on to his meeting with the child murderer and Satanist Gilles de Rais, and concluding with his wicked, blood-soaked affair with the Blood Countess herself, Erzebat Bathory. The pages are filled with debauchery, vice and murder - how can one stained with so much blood and evil possibly be trusted?

Author's excerpt from the novel:

I am the demon, Eco. I begin at the beginning, that is, my own beginning. There was hardly a time when the world did not know my name or the nature of my existence. I have been feared, hated and condemned to Hell. Yet, what is Hell to me but another place I call home? Demon though I am, my roots are in heaven; my father's former stomping ground for Father was one of God's own angels, as Louis' father was. Sad to say, they backed the losing side, for they chose Lucifer. Yes, he who is called Satan now...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781493770731
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/16/2013
Pages:
276
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

Meet the Author

I've always written but life, as it often does, got in the way and I turned back to writing some years ago. In 2000 I was selected by North West Playwrights of England for further development but found I preferred writing fiction (novels and short stories).

My fiction is not easy on the heart. It will frighten you and shock you. You might never be the same after reading it. But you know what? Maybe that's good. Perhaps I am doing my job. I'm not just dishing out novels to make up series, I'm giving you a piece of my soul. I'm telling you, if you care to read my work, the dark side is evil! It always was. Satan is wicked, his demons are his servants.
No reward can await those who forfeit heaven for a taste of hell.

Most crucially of all because I write vampire fiction, I portray my vampires as VAMPIRES, yes they may be capable of love but it is tortured love. They are not happy little fairies prancing about enchanted forests. They do not inhabit a pleasant world, if they are good it is because "they do less evil than themselves."

That quote by the way is from "The House on Blackstone Moor."

If you are a mature reader and want to read gothic fiction that portrays evil as being evil, then please check out my books and short stories. If not, go in peace and with my blessing. We are all different and that is good because diversity enriches the genre!

The House on Blackstone Moor is literary style horror at its darkest. The themes are vampirism, madness, obsession and devil worship.
It is recommended for readers 18 years of age and over.

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