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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    John Blosser
  • ISBN:
    1424105722
  • ISBN13:
    978-1424105724
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  • Publisher:
    PublishAmerica (April 17, 2006)
  • Pages:
    296 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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Tom left to gather what few belongings he had and she sat still on the edge of her bed, looking out at nothing, mind wandering, haunted by the past.

Tom left to gather what few belongings he had and she sat still on the edge of her bed, looking out at nothing, mind wandering, haunted by the past ories of Miami or LA and into the present, to sit and listen, straining to hear some sign that their escape attempt was imminent, but there was only the hiss of the air conditioner to mark the oppressive silence. The knock on her door, when it came, startled her. She stood and opened it. Lee. He examined her, face sober.

Mariah Bk. 1 : Vampire: The Redemption. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781424105724. Release Date:April 2006. Publisher:America Star Books.

If you like vampire books then Anne Rice is the best storyteller in the business. This book introduces you to Lestat, who is in so many of Ms. Rice's books, and to some other key characters who have recurring roles in future books. I bought this because I lent or lost my copy and decided to go digital with my kindle and build my library again in a way that's easily moved.

This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Phil Tucker, Vampire Redemption. Thank you for reading books on GrayCity. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or to actual events or locales is entirely coincidental.

Mona the Vampire is a children's book written and illustrated by Sonia Holleyman and first published in 1990 by Orchard Books. The book is the first in the Mona the Vampire. It was the basis of the television series with the same name. The story centers around a young girl named Mona and her pet cat, Fang, who pretend to be vampires together because of their obsession with spooky stories.

Read Chapter 4 - Redemption from the story Wehren - Beginnings (Book 1) & Redemption (Book 2) (on hold) by. .

Read Chapter 4 - Redemption from the story Wehren - Beginnings (Book 1) & Redemption (Book 2) (on hold) by cpblade13 (Micky Green) with 224 reads  . I don’t understand why. I have been going through the motions of classes; I had a brief break from the Vampire Brady Bunch, but after missing a week they all showed back up to class. The tension was so thick you could cut it. The other new guy, Jax, kept trying to talk to me, not taking the hint that I wasn’t interested. He seems nice enough, but, I don’t know. I can’t take this anymore! I yell at Jon, my anger finally coming to the surface. YOU get it together without me!

Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Mariah Blosser on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. Mariah E. Blosser was born on month day 1821, at birth place, West Virginia, to John Blosser and Mary Catherine Blosser (born Clemmer)

Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Mariah Blosser on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. Blosser was born on month day 1821, at birth place, West Virginia, to John Blosser and Mary Catherine Blosser (born Clemmer). John was born in 1767, in Rockingham VA. Mary was born on December 14 1767, in Hopewell, York, Pennsylvania, United States.


Kagalkree
A note added to the publication info of Mariah Vampire, The Redemption Book I by John Blosser states "At the specific preference of the author, PublishAmerica allowed this work to remain exactly as the author intended, verbatim, without editorial input." I would certainly hope so! Blosser has managed to take the writing field to an all time high level with his beautiful imagery and mastery of the English language.

Whether you believe vampires walk our Earth or not, Blosser's vampire characters are believable. His ability to take his readers inside the heads and bodies of his characters is a work of witchery in itself.

His two main characters, Coyote and Annaliese live and breath inside the readers head and heart. Annaliese comes to the readers in many forms. Whether she is Dona Ana, a world renowned matador or, Sister Annie, a minister of a church of frenzied snake worshipers - she makes a long lasting impact.

Coyote has a chameleon's ability to change form. As Coyote he can be both vicious and lovable. As he changes into animal form, he learns his first lesson in love. His journey home begins at the beckoning of the old ones. No reason for this journey is given other than it is of earth shaking importance. As the reader takes the journey with Coyote they are left breathless with an intense desire for more.

This is intriguing reading and I hope Blosser is already working on his second volume. It would be a shame to stop now. More Mr. Blosser, we want more!
INvait
This is the first book I have read from this author, but I would definitely like to see more, especially another book in the Mariah series.

From the first few pages where Coyote is being called home and he is at the airport, his thoughts about who to feed from, and how more or less his victims choose him, start off this spellbinding book, and you are now transfixed on why he is being called back home with such urgency.

Then you meet up with Annaliese and become wrapped up in her tragedy, her madness and her art. The pages from that point forward will have your mind wanting to know what will be happening in the following chapters, where you will meet up with other characters who are just as spellbinding as Coyote and Annaliese. Especially enthralling is little Sara, the small black child who began on earth as a slave, and lives in heaven as an angel, and comes to help Annaliese handle her terrifying transition. Not once did I ever put this book down out of being bored from reading it.

The book, which understandably may be considered blasphemous by those of the fundamentalist Religious Right, actually is a profoundly Christian book. It's central issue is faith in God, a God so loving that with the End Times rapidly approaching, He could not turn his back even on the most damned of creation -- vampires. It not only takes in the world of vampires and other creatures of nightmares that we had as children, but the religious undertones and the realization that at one point even vampires realize that there is a power such as God's "power" that transfixes humans to a state that no supernatural creature ever could possess.

This is a must read for all who wish to read more then just a typical vampire book. I highly recommend this book to everyone, if nothing else but to give readers a different perspective on vampires and the beginning of the End Times. I found at the ending it left me yearning for more. Please, write Book II!
Blackseeker
I'm not usually much of a vampire fan, but the spelling-binding imagery of Mr. Blosser sucked me right in. Read it to the end!