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Technology exists in human history. The gun has fallen. The sword has arisen. The world grows wild and dangerous. An ancient evil bridges the earth plane and the abyss, bringing a massive horde of the most feared monsters in all the five hells. The Children of the Gene: Warriors blessed by the Gods. Kenyatta and his friends stand against the denizens of the abyss while on the path to discovering their unique abilities. Through light and darkness, destruction and chaos, the Children of the Gene battle towering demons to defend their world against everlasting darkness.­About the AuthorR. J. Terrell was instantly a lover of fantasy the day he opened R. A. Salvatore’s: The Crystal Shard. Years (and many devoured books) later he decided to put pen to paper for his first novel. After a bout with aching carpals, he decided to try the keyboard instead, and the words began to flow. When not writing, he enjoys reading, video games, and long walks with his wife around Stanley Park in . . .

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Vampires stalk the nighttime streets of Vancouver.
During a late-­night jog around Stanley Park, Jelani stumbles upon what he thinks is a murder … but is far worse. A vampire feeding.
When Jelani tries to flee, he is caught by the vampire—and intercepted by a Hunter. But before the Hunter can strike the killing blow and destroy the bloodthirsty vampire, a mysterious and exotic woman rescues Jelani. Despite being captivated by her beauty, Jelani cannot deny the feeling that she is even more dangerous than the vampires pursuing him.
Then Jelani’s problems increase when his best friend is pulled into the conflict. Together, they must stay alive long enough to find a way to defeat the monster that stalks them. With no safe place to hide, and allies who appear to be no different from their enemies, they take refuge in the sun’s purifying light, while using their wits to survive the night. About the AuthorAbout the Author R. J. Terrell was instantly a lover of fantasy the day he . . .

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