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The charismatic and sophisticated vampire of modern fiction that was born in the early 19th century with the publication of The Vampyre by John Polidori led to the advent of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the quintessential vampire novel and provided the basis of the modern day vampire legend. The success of the book spawned a distinctive vampire genre and has since become a dominate figure in the horror game.
Now bursting on the scene is Angie Reed’s Hybrid, introducing a new element into the horror equation, an element that will change the new generation’s concept of the vampire. Hybrid introduces a new genre-part human, part vampire, and impossible to detect. The thought that one of these new vampires may be your neighbor and the thrill of reading the new mistress of the vampire genre will keep you riveted to your seat and mesmerize you until the final spine-tingling, unexpectedly shocking moment.
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Hello Angie. My name is Fernando Sobenes and I want to invite you to read the prologue and the first two chapters of my novel: "The Evil Visitor" in my blog The Evil Visitor
Also you can watch the book trailer.
By Angie L. Reed
The Reed family tries to escape memories of the death of the youngest daughter,
Rose. They leave Texas and head to a small town in West Virginia. The father
heads right to work at a law firm, working long hours. The mother busies herself
into settling into their new house and raising three daughters, Emily and twins
Caitlin and Ashley. Emily finds herself a friend in the neighbor boy Blake and
soon finds herself in the popular crowd at school. She begins dating a
mysterious boy, Max, and is adjusting well. A new boy in school, Julian, stirs
up trouble. Julian and Max clash trying to win Emily's affections. Emily is torn
between the wonderful Max and the "bad boy" Julian.
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