Sabit the Sumerian

Cursed and banished to the dung-filled streets of Uruk by the king for whom she was once a companion, Sabit must now sell herself to survive. Near starving, and bearing the mark of the lillu, or vampire, she is plagued by dreams of the ancient ones who dwell beyond the mountains of Elam. Bitten, Sabit can live forever. Humans are cattle to her . . . all but two. More

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Published by Sam's Dot Publishing
Words: 16,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311038845
About Tyree Campbell

Tyree Campbell writes primarily science fiction, plus some fantasy and some horror. He is the author of four novels [including the Nyx series], some 130 short stories, and three dozen poems. He has won SpecFicWorld's Speculative Fiction Contest, Crux Magazine's SF Writing Contest, a third-place Rhysling for poetry, and has been nominated for the James Tiptree Award, a Spectrum Award, and a Lambda Award. Currently he is working on three other novels, including the third Nyx novel [The Protectors], plus assorted short stories. In his spare time he is also the managing editor of Sam's Dot Publishing.

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