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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Sue Dent
  • ISBN:
    1934284033
  • ISBN13:
    978-1934284032
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  • Publisher:
    The Writers Cafe Press (January 5, 2009)
  • Pages:
    246 pages
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    Genre Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.9
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Forever Richard book.

Forever Richard book.

31 December 2014 ·. y. Forever Richard by Sue Dent. On an odd note, the wolf on its cover was exactly the same wolf on my computer screen's wallpaper, and I held one up to the other amused.

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Город: MississippiПодписчиков: 661О себе: Author. Made the 2006 Bram Stoker Preliminary Ballot for Superior Achievement in a First Novel and 2009 British Fantasy Society Long List

Sue Dent goes beyonds the boundaries once again in a never before done personalized ebook book tour.

Sue Dent goes beyonds the boundaries once again in a never before done personalized ebook book tour. Short listed for a Bram Stroker award, Sue Dent's characters come to life in the exciting can't-put-down series, Thirsty For Blood. Never Ceese, the first in the series, gets a relaunch through her new publisher, Black Bed Sheet Books

A new vampire inhabiting Richard's castle, a stranger with the alleged knife of the Akedah, a malevolent werewolf stalking Ceese, and the impossible-to-kill Dr. Henderson.

A new vampire inhabiting Richard's castle, a stranger with the alleged knife of the Akedah, a malevolent werewolf stalking Ceese, and the impossible-to-kill Dr. Now mortal once again, Richard and Ceese thought their troubles were behind them. What will they do when they learn that isn't true? And how will they survive the new evil that threatens to destroy them all?

Her debut novel Never Ceese appeared on the 2007 preliminary ballot for a Bram Stoker Award. Her second book in her Thirsting for Blood Series, Forever Richard, made the 2010 long-list at the British Fantasy Society. Both Never Ceese and Forever Richard made the 2009 Pluto Award long-list with Never Ceese moving onto the top three books short-listed.

This books is currently out of print and rights have reverted back to Sue Dent. Cassie Felts couldn't be happier for Richard and Ceese Porter. Their curses have been lifted and, after hundreds of years apart, they can now celebrate being brother and sister once more. But will the faith that saved the siblings be enough to defeat the new evil that threatens them all?

Her debut novel Never Ceese appeared on the 2007 preliminary ballot for a Bram Stoker Award.

Sue Dent’s publishing career began in 2005 when she self-published her debut novel Never Ceese before submitting her story to publishing houses. In 2006 Dent was picked up by the now defunct Journey Stone Creations. In that same year, Never Ceese made the Preliminary Ballot for Superior Achievement in a First Novel and was chosen Book Club Choice for the month of May at the American Christian Writers Association, the only general market horror book to ever be selected. She also went to Book Expo America with that publisher and signed over 400 books to give away to librarians and bookstores.

Author Sue Dent reporting. The Writer's Cafe Press edition of Forever Richard is no longer in print. Any available copies are ones that were dumped by Book Masters. All inventory was supposed to be returned to the publisher. Oddly enough, some inventory was sold by Book Masters. Hmmm . . . Bad for The Writer's Cafe Press but good for anyone wanting a good deal on a great book. Be aware, however, the newer editions of Forever Richard have been edited and words added. Even better in my opinion. Anyway, just a heads up. A new vampire inhabiting Richard's castle, a stranger with the allegedknife of the Akedah, a malevolent werewolf stalking Ceese, and theimpossible-to-kill Dr. Henderson. Now mortal once again, Richard andCeese thought their troubles were behind them. What will they do whenthey learn that isn't true? And how will they survive the new evil thatthreatens to destroy them all? "Insightful, thought provoking . . . Well worth the wait!" Maryann Boo, British Fantasy Society reviewer.

Dreladred
I couldn't wait to sink my teeth into the follow up book to Never Ceese. I didn't know how the story could get any better, but it did.

Sue has a way of writing that flows like a wonderful movie. It builds and builds until there's a epic climax and then BAM! Gives you a surprising ending. And to my great surprise, the issues in the book are right in there with some of the most pressing issues of this country.

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to read in general. Although it's in the horror genre, I wouldn't let that deter you from getting this book.

If you love great storytelling, then Forever Richard is for you.

Read the other reviews. I couldn't have said it any better.

Can't wait for the next installment!
JoJolar
Synopsis: The saga of redemption and spiritual triumph readers enjoyed in Never Ceese continues in Forever Richard. Cassie Felts, graduate student and reluctant believer of such things as vampires and werewolves, couldn't be happier for Richard and Ceese Porter. Their curses lifted and after hundreds of years apart, they can now celebrate being brother and sister once more. Even Rodney, Cassie's college roommate and former nemesis, shares her relief. But will the faith that saved Richard and Ceese be enough to defeat the new evil that threatens them all? Cassie learns that Dr. Clayton Henderson, the corrupt stem-cell researcher, has acquired the vampire's curse and has managed to transfer it to Rodney's troubled, drug-addicted buddy Josh. Addict or vampire, Cassie can see Josh isn't handling his new cravings for blood any better than he did his old habit. Their best hope seems to be taking Josh to Richard's isolated country estate in England. There, Josh can learn to temper his desire to curse another while they try to figure out how to deal with the impossible-to-kill Dr. Henderson. Their mission becomes more complicated when they find a new vampire inhabiting Richard's castle, a malevolent werewolf stalking Ceese, and a long-lost relative who shows up carrying a sawed-off shotgun and an ancient knife he claims has supernatural powers. Will the faith that redeemed two lost souls before be enough to overcome the wicked forces that now threaten to destroy them all?

My Thoughts: The second book in the Thirsting for Blood series, this book continues the story of Richard and Ceese, while introducing new elements and problems to their already-troubled lives. This one was a quick read, much shorter than Never Ceese, yet continued the character growth begun in the first book. There was a lot of action in this book, too - and some really great characters. I liked Geoffrey a lot, and hope we'll learn more about this enigmatic butler. I'm actually quite keen to see where Dent goes with this series. Fans of vampire lore, werewolves, and paranormal suspense/action/horror books should enjoy this book.
krot
I love that this is a series I can let my teen daughter read!

Aaaah! Finally! I have waited for this book to release since the day I set down "Never Ceese" after finishing it in record time. I have always been a little fascinated by the whole vampire/werewolf stories. Do I believe they exist? No, probably not. Do I think they are fascinating to my imagination because most fiction is steeped in some kernal of fact? Absolutely. My issue has always been that most people consider the whole vampire/werewolf thing to be "evil" and so you shouldn't waste your time on books about that kind of stuff. Sue Dent is filling in a gap with her Thirsting For Blood series. It is all vampires and werewolves but with a twist... what if the cursed wanted to lift their curses? How would they do that? Book #1, Never Ceese, introduces us to the cursed werewolf, Ceese, and her cursed vampire brother, Richard. They leave Europe for America where they try to have their curses lifted. Can that really happen?

Book #2, Forever Richard, picks up right where Never Ceese left off and throws us right back into their world and brings us full circle back to Richards castle in Europe as they try and lift the vampire curse off one of their new New York friends. Back in the castle we find someone unexpected waiting for them. And then of course, Ceese is being trailed by the werewolf that originally cursed her and also a New York professor that followed them because her wants her for experiments.

I love that this is very Twilight-esque, only book #1 came out before Twilight was even something anyone knew about. I have loaned my copy of Never Ceese to some girls I know that love Twilight because Sue Dent's writing has all the mystique, but with lots of hope and faith intertwined in it. I can not wait for book #3 "Cyn No More" and just hope I don't have to wait as long for it to come out. My one word of advice - when you read these books (which you must), just make sure you read them in order!