Vampire Apocalypse: A World Torn Asunder (Book 1)

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**The entire Vampire Apocalypse series has recently been re-edited, undergone partial rewrites, and has been completely repackaged by Permuted Press, all new in 2014!

A desolate world where communications have ceased . . . where the global oil supply is quickly dwindling, vampires rise to rule the Earth. In this new era of blood and depravity, you are either a slave to the dark masters or dinner. More

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Published by Permuted Press
Words: 79,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781934861417
About Derek Gunn

Derek Gunn was born in Ireland in 1964. He grew up in Dublin and graduated from the College of Marketing in 1986. Most of his working life has been in the IT/Telecommunications industry and he currently works for a major global telco as a specialist consultant designing communications networks and solutions for businesses.

His interest in writing fiction came about from being a young voracious reader of great storytellers such as Alastair Reynolds and Edgar Rice Burroughs. As a young teenager he discovered Stephen King, James Herbert, Graham Masterton and many more great modern genre writers and became totally hooked on horror and adventure stories.

In his mid-teens he began writing short stories. College, career, marriage and a young family took all his energy and focus but, around 8 years ago, he took pen in hand, once again...He is married and (still) lives in Dublin with his wife and three children and his shadow, Mac - an adorable, faithful golden lab (think Marley and me and you get the picture...)

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Review by: adam stokes on Sep. 22, 2010 :
A very slow read for me and unfortunately didn't keep my interest much. I was hesitant to purchase a vampire novel seeing as how twilight has ruined it for the rest of us. Luckily this book had none of that and it stayed true to its form. I would suggest this book only if you are a really hardcore vampire fan.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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