When a young woman discovers among her departed grandmother's possessions a series of journal entries left over from her days in a band, she learns of the elder's former life as a reluctant, wayward vampire killer. Uncovering further, she finds that what Moz Harlow, the grandmother she affectionately knew as Madeline, was most frightened of was the dark. Then a chance encounter with a man occurs-a stranger who seems knowledgeable of her nighttime exploits.
With her band's future uncertain, and her own disquietude toward the night growing, the stranger exposes Moz to a new idea-that every creature is susceptible to different limitations. By example, there materializes a threat in three unconventional newly-arrived vampires whose purpose for being drawn there is not quite clear.
Moz must find a way to defeat the arrivals-all while striving to keep her band from falling apart, overcoming her own fixations and trusting the unrelenting stranger. But ultimately, will the effort amend her for her checkered past? Or will the secret she carries find no retribution?
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About the Author
Promoting the material and achieving modest success, he continued to write and develop new manuscripts and in 2013 he released his second offering, Bring Forth The Night, a vampire thriller.
In his spare time, Mr. Farris enjoys fishing, hiking, shooting pool and the company of friends and family.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Exciting novel... I picked this up because I was interested in the cover. This book seemed different. I wasn't disapointed. The story is about a girl who is in her twenties but is afraid of the dark. She is also a vampire killer, so it's kind of ironic. She kills and defends herself against vampires very well until she meets someone who teaches her about some of the things she hasn't experienced yet. It's written from three different angles and one of them is the journal entries by the main character Moz. The other is the granddaughter who finds her things in the attic long after and the last one is the story itself that is about Moz. It's really good for an indie book. Definitely worth a read and the kind of book you keep on your shelf to read again in future.
This book is a fast moving horror that is both psychological and dark. The main character Moz has an aversion for the nighttime. It's because of the vampires she has to kill. She hates being in the night. Then, when a set of older vampires show up, things start to get real serious for her. There are some good twists so I don't want any spoiler alerts here. But it's well written and worth your time.. It makes you think .
I have always thought vamps were cool. I usually read a lot of books that have them in it. I found this book when it suggested it to me from another site. I am glad I decided to read it because it kept my interest the whole way thru. The main character, Moz is a cool chick who happens to be in a band and kills vamps at the same time. She has a lot of issues that she hasn't worked out with her ex boyfriend who is also in the bandand is a real a$$hole. But the main part deals with how Moz is able to face her demons (in more ways than one) and get past all the urges she has (you'll find out what i mean on that one) and build a better life. Its told in the form of journal entries next to her song lyrics and the journal is found by Moz's granddaughter.A great concept and an exciting ending. There is a kind of twist that you don't see coming. If you haven't read this yet, your missing ou
Put your glittery vampires in the closet and let's take it back old-school... I loved this book! Bring Forth the night takes place in the grunge-era mid 90's. The author takes you back to that time with colorful passages of rock'n roll that light up the pages. However, something is lurking in the shadows and is disturbing the lead singer of the band "Lithium Vinyl", Moz Harlow. Read to discover Moz's secret lonely battle against the creatures of the dark, of that which she is afraid. Terrifying encounters with vampires will leave you shaken. Armed at all times with stakes and a silver dagger, Moz is aways prepared to bring forth the night. However, a chance encounter helps Moz's to see that the dark can be beautiful. Written beautifully, this is a great original horror story in which the author creatively weaves in great detail of the surroundings so the reader feels like they are there. Quite a page-turner. Can't wait for more!!