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“The world is gritty and the characters are living in survival mode, which brings out the best and worst in people. I loved it! I pictured this super dark city where Phoebe really stands out like a light, at home, and at work. Phoebe is an amazing person who takes care of her adopted father and stands up for her friends, even when she’s terrified…I really liked The Curse of Judas and I can’t wait for the next book to come out!!! I recommend it for anyone that enjoys a good vampire story (where the vamps don’t glitter).” –Jess
“In a world where vampires pretty much, rule our hero Phoebe is trying is just trying to get by. She becomes the focus of the local ruling vampires and so the story begins…The actual vampirism is handled in a unique way (spoiler). Some sensuality, some horror, some action, some suspense…Fans of vampire stories should find this entertaining. Enjoy!” –Mike
“The Curse of Judas quickly establishes excellent world building, genuine characters, and intrigue. While Persephone’s story will continue in future novellas, the ending didn’t leave me frustrated. If you are tired of the same old, same old vampire stories and are looking for something more creative, The Curse of Judas won’t leave you disappointed.” –Cats Luv Coffee
The price of survival is blood. The price of freedom is life. All things will eventually meet their end including humanity.
After generations of advancement, the human race thought they were invincible. That was until the revenant made their presence known. In order to survive, humans had to pay a price.
The cost……their blood. The source of life for all living things.
Persephone Black (Phoebe) was an orphan. She and her Pappy made a living on the outskirts of the revenant city where the poor and desolate were numerous. Phoebe had kept her head low and remained unnoticed for her entire life. She was content working as a junior gardner at the nursery as long as it meant her and Pappy’s continued survival within the city walls.
As fate would have it, Phoebe wouldn’t be able to go unnoticed for much longer. She caught the attention of Cassius, a revenant, and was summoned by him to the tower.
Her existence is both a blessing and a curse for the revenant. If the secret of her birth ever came to light, the world of the revenants would turn on end.
Phoebe would learn more about the revenant than most other humans. Cast into a world that she was not yet ready for, she would do anything to survive.
But she would soon learn that sometimes the cost of survival is more than a person could bear.
The Curse of Judas is a post-apocalyptic adventure interlaced with biblical prophecy and religious innuendo centered
around the sons of Judas Iscariot.
Note: There is a cliffhanger.
Published: October 31, 2018