The Vampire's Heart

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The peace… it cannot last. A religious war is one mistake away.

Holste, a priest of Calcia, is stealing new magic; learning the heathen ways and putting those spells to better use. But when The Lighthouse is attacked, will his magical advances be enough to save him and his order, or will the demonic forces prove too great?
Holste is only mortal… he can only do what he thinks is right. More
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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 73,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452321721
About Cochin Breaker

Cochin Breaker was born on the 10th November. For 14 years he lived in Bristol with his parents (Rufus and Helen), before the family moved to Ironridge, Maine, in the United States. The move was married with tragedy, however, as an automobile accident robbed him of his father.
Eventually, trouble in Ironridge and family ties brought the Breakers back to the United Kingdom, where they settled in Lower Ashton, Yorkshire. The strife in Ironridge was only the tip of the iceberg though.
Breaker’s first published works were in TBD Magazine [issue 70 and 74 - 2008], by Glasgow University, and were called ‘Thief’ (this later grew into the low-fantasy/fairytale saga, Kingdom of Heresy), and ‘The Dance’.
In 2010 Breaker published ‘The Vampire’s Heart’, part one of The Legion Legacy, as an ebook with Smashwords. Since then he has gone on to write further ‘Legacy books, with the series due to conclude in late 2012, making way for other works, including more Kingdom of Heresy, and his YA fantasy, ‘The Death of Tobias Colt.”
Cochin Breaker remains in Lower Ashton to this day with wife Sarah and their two dogs, Cloud and Squall, writing stories and waiting for the day that he can tell his own.

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Review by: John Day on Aug. 03, 2011 :
This may not be for everyone, but it is for me.
it is very violent and graphic, and in honesty it took me a little while to get into it with the pov changes, but it was well worth it. Keep reading and was rewarded with various complex and interlinking storylines, and a genuine desire to see certain characters fail and other succeed.
End of the day, give it a shot. If you dont like it, thats that, but if you do, you'll be dragged head first into a fantastic read.

Going to start the next one now!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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