Dark Intentions

Dark Intentions




In 2041, vampires are discovered and humanity is thrust into a blood-soaked battle for supremacy.

Seven years later, the Human-Undead War rages on. Brian Koltz, the lead scientist and negotiator for the Undead Relations Committee, believes he holds the solution to peaceful cohabitation. However, he is unable to recreate the platelet mushroom due to its mysterious origin and government disapproval of using a human body as its engine.

When Brian is kidnapped and introduced to the Undead Patriarch, Barnaby, the seemingly caring vampire makes offers Brian can't refuse if he wishes to achieve his vision of peaceful coexistence. Reluctant yet hopeful, Brian agrees to the offers and befriends the misunderstood Undead leader.

But as the war takes on new heights and Barnaby's dark intentions become exposed, can Brian find it in himself to forsake peace and undo a sinister plot before the world is plunged into darkness forever?

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ISBN-13: 9780692695227
Publisher: Burning Willow Press, LLC
Publication date: 04/30/2016
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read the ARC copy of this book. Dark Intentions is an enjoyable read on several levels. There’s plenty of gore, horror, and action-packed fight sequences for classic horror fans, with a bit of romance in the mix, as well. The characters are introduced well and easy to care about, and their relationships are fun to follow. My favorite part, personally was the constant undercurrent of moral ambiguity; Brian struggles with every decision he makes for the good of the world, and we as the readers often aren’t sure if he’s making the right or wrong choice. The fight sequences are also noteworthy. They are painstakingly described so that the reader can practically see the action unfolding, as a rag-tag group of humans struggle to survive against the undead, primarily by using cleverness over raw fighting ability. I thought it was well-done and very fun to read.