She's been beaten, stabbed, poisoned, and shot, but Hael refuses to die. In her pursuit for vengeance and her origin, the dhampir Hael hunts down the madman responsible for her fateful transformation. As this half-vampire juggernauts her way through a world at war, Hael battles hordes of Nazi soldiers and struggles to maintain her sanity. However, while Hael gathers knowledge on how to trap and kill her target, her adversary's network is expanding at an exponential rate; his sick obsession with Hael grows deeper. Will she have her revenge? Will she find her origin? Or, will she crumble beneath her own insidious bloodlust?
|Publisher:||Night to Dawn Magazine & Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)|
About the Author
Born in 1993, L. M. Labat stems from New Orleans, Louisiana. From the struggles of a broken family and surviving life-threatening events, Labat found refuge within the arts while delving into the fields of medicine, psychology, and the occult. While combining illustration and literature, L. M. was able to cope with endless nightmares as well as hone in on artistic techniques. From confronting the past to facing new shadows, this author gladly invites audiences into the horror of The Sanguinarian Id.
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The Sanguinarian Id based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
This is a great book for horror lovers, lovers of deep lore, lovers of great drama, lovers of urban fantasy, dark fantasy, etc. Or if you are sick of the "lover boy" vampires that have been in the media for awhile, you will love this book. L.M. is a true spinner of tales, giving us a story that will haunt you until you have finished the book, weaving your memories and waking thoughts with the wonder and dread of what is to happen next. If you root for Hael, or you winch at what she does you wish her well and hopes that she makes it through her trails and troubles as she leads you along in this tale. You will not wish to put down this book, I promise.
This book is a thrilling read! L. M. Labat is brilliant in combining both art, history, and horror. The atmosphere and vibe of this book gives me chills and has me wanting more. The main character, Hael, is ruthless, and the villains are even more cut-throat. The added illustrations in the book are detailed and haunting, and they drag the reader deeper into the story.
I don't usually read novels like these. I tend to stay away from horror, but this book caught my attention. The cover was attractive, and the main character is both strange, yet powerful. The main character isn't a hero. She is an anti-hero, but her ways and ferocity are unstoppable. The tone of this book was a stark difference from what I am accustomed to, but it was thrilling, entertaining and scary. The art inside the book is great.