Nightwalkers Book One: Night Child

Nightwalkers Book One: Night Child

by Christopher Bynum


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Nightwalkers Book One: Night Child by Christopher Bynum


For over two hundred years the slaves on Johnson's Plantation whispered tales about the little girl from the woods. They believe she is a ghost, a spirit that walks the night.

Henry is a former slave, who after the Civil War still lives and works on the plantation. Though he is a free man, he hasn't been able to make himself leave the plantation, not even to search for the woman he loves who was sold away. But one terrible night will change everything, and Henry will be forced to flee the only home he has ever known.

He will not go alone.

In a saga spanning the beginnings of man's existence to the present day and melding horror, historical fact, fantasy and religious prophecy, the Nightwalkers saga will shed new light on vampire mythology, and question the very nature of the war between good and evil.

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ISBN-13: 9781547045938
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/31/2017
Pages: 190
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.44(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I opened this book I did not know what to expect ,but when I started to read Nightwalkers I completed it in one sitting, there was no dead space in this book, no need to skip a page, I felt if I looked away from my book I would miss something ,so I did not put it down and the suspense was lovely. Abigail is like no character I have ever read about, if you are not into vampires this is the story for you because Abigail is more than that we perceive a vampire to be. I liked the historical aspect of the story , getting to know Abigail from the beginning. I liked the power she had at a time in history when black people didn't have much and the sense of her righting a wrong that people of the era were not able to. But that's not what this book is about, this book is an introduction to Abigail and I was excited to meet her and I look forward to learning more in book two .