Eternal Night

Eternal Night

by Jade Kerrion

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ISBN-13: 9781484961452
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/22/2013
Pages: 318
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

Jade Kerrion writes books that aspire to keep you from doing anything else useful with your time. If she succeeds, she is most sincerely unapologetic and hopes you will continue to lose yourself in her novels.

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Eternal Night 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite In book one of the promising new series, The Aeternae Noctis series, author Jade Kerrion introduces us to the world of Eternal Night. Set a thousand years in the future, humans now live perpetually in the city of the Eternal Night. Not so peacefully existing with vampires and the Icrathari, five-year-old human children are culled by the vampires each night when there is a full moon. Khiarra, the child prophesied to be the one to finally end the Eternal Night, is also due to be culled. Her half-brother, Jaden, has promised to protect her. On his quest to do just that, he is discovered by Ashara, the Queen of the Icrathari. When Ashara also finds that Jaden holds the soul of her beloved Rohkeus within him, Rohkeus who has been gone from her for a millennium, a mortal/immortal attraction ensues, putting all that both Ashara and Jaden hold dear at risk. Wow! That’s about all I can say after all of that. Eternal Night is a unique and fantastic read and a heck of a wild ride. Jade Kerrion’s inventive novel is truly the height of creativity. I very much enjoyed this book, and would recommend it highly to any reader who loves fantasy, science fiction, or just a very good read with lots of world building and character creation. The book is very involved and best read in one sitting so that you won’t forget all of the details. I am very much looking forward to the next installment in this exciting new series, and hope the author is hard at work as I write!
ksprings More than 1 year ago
This review was first published on Kurt's Frontier. SYNOPSIS: Mortal and immortal worlds collide. Jaden Hunter is a human and the sworn protector of his five-year-old half sister, Khiarra. They live in Aeternae Noctis, the city of eternal night. Aeternae Noctis is rule by the immortal Night Terrors, the icrathari and vampires. Khiarra is prophesied to be as the chosen one who will end the eternal night. She is also marked to be culled from the human population of the city. A war has blasted away the protective properties of Earth’s atmosphere making sunlight deadly to humans as well as vampires. Human’s now live in a protective city, kept ignorant by the immortals who don’t trust their good sense—never a recipe for trust. When Jaden defies the Night Terrors to protect his half sister, he comes to the attention of the icrathari queen of the Night Terrors, Ashra. Ashra has been alone for a millennium, since a human assassin murdered her beloved, Rohkeus. She finds that Rohkeus soul now dwells in Jaden. Jaden learns that far from being Night Terrors, the vampires and icrathari have been protecting the humans from a war-damaged world where the sun’s light is lethal to anyone, mortal or immortal, who is caught outside and only monsters roam. Ashra and Jaden prevent the protective city from collapsing through treachery, all the while unravelling the riddle of the prophecy regarding Khiarra. REVIEW: Jade Kerrion has put a different twist on vampire stories and mixed it in a post-apocalyptic world. Vampires don’t drink human blood. Icrathari resemble succubi and incubi of legend (Dungeons and Dragon Monster Manuel legend to be precise). Eternal Night is an intriguing tale that combines forbidden romance between mortal and immortal, high technology, and well-written action sequences. The action is well paced for story development, and the romance includes enough lovers spats to be down to earth rather than sickeningly sweet. It was a fun novella, and I look forward to reading the continuation of the story.
Chkara More than 1 year ago
Eternal Night is a completely new adventure from Jade Kerrion's other works and I am delighted that I am being taken on a new journey. It is set a thousand years in the future, where the world has been decimated and the Icrathari have built a moving city to protect the humans from the outside elements. A wonderful love story unfolds between Jaden – a human – and Ashra the Icrathari Queen. As the story unfolds the humans, vampires and Icrathari come to terms with each other. There is everything you want in a great story. Love, intrigue, action, betrayal and understanding. I eagerly await to see if there is a the next adventure in this series.