Forget Everything You Thought You Knew About Vampires

One of my favorite books of 2014 was on a subject I promised myself I wouldn’t read about again unless or until it was done well but also in a completely different way than I’d ever read before.

NIGHTWALKERS Book One:NIGHT CHILD by Christopher Bynum did just that. I thought I’d tell you about it now because I’m expecting the release of NIGHTWALKERS Book 2:NIGHT LOVERS very soon. So if you haven’t read this series yet I encourage you to give it a look see. Don’t be scared. Promise, it’s well worth the trip.

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Child EyesFor over two hundred years the slaves of Johnson’s plantation have whispered tales about the little girl from the woods. They think she is a ghost, a spirit. But as one man is about to discover, she is much more. His name is Henry, a former slave who after the Civil War still lives and works on the plantation on which he was held in bondage. For reasons he does not understand, though he is a free man, he has not been able to 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. And 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…

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2 thoughts on “Forget Everything You Thought You Knew About Vampires

    1. It is Rossi. Discovered Bynum last year and I really love his writing. He’s one of my favorite indie authors. He works in multiple genres so there’s something for everyone. And he comes with an irrepressible Northeast sensibility which you know I’d appreciate. He hails from your old stomping grounds on the Jersey shore (Long Branch I think).


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