The Woman

  • Series: Fang, Book 1
Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Book 1 of the Fang Series.
A gripping tale of a young boy whose life is turned upside down when, one winter afternoon, he's attacked by one of the undead. Battles ensue for his love, his life and his humanity.
It always comes down to a woman, doesn't it?
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  • Series: Fang, Book 1
Words: 50,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466105997
About David Chitty

David Chitty was born in a seaside town in South East England. He grew up as all others do except that he had an affinity for stories. He didn't enjoy reading them and often found them boring. As time went on, David wrote more and more until a teacher destroyed his confidence in his writing by bashing his stories. For years he didn't touch a story other than for school work and when he eventually did try and pick up the metaphorical pen again he couldn't get the words out. Finding himself unemployed and stuck at home all day David Chitty decided to try to write a book. Eventually it was finished and an old love had been rekindled. After much work and much trepidation, David published his first real attempt at literature; The Fang Series.

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Review by: Frenchy31 on July 02, 2012 :
Really liking the Fang series so far. It is quite refreshing to read a book with vampires doing what they are supposed to be doing: killing. Enjoyed the second one too and looking forward to reading the third book.
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Review by: Amber Ivers on June 04, 2012 :
I thought that I had done this before but it isn't here so I will do another one.

I enjoyed this book. The vampires in this series reminded me that they are not always the romantic type. I couldn't put the book down even though it was a bit disgusting at times. I was captivated and wanted to keep reading to find out what happened next.
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Review by: Serenity Combs on Feb. 10, 2012 :
None of the vampires in this book sparkle in the sunlight with romantic notions. If you cannot handle morbid blood and gore I would not suggest this book. It most certainly is not a read for the queasy. I myself a few times put it aside not thinking I could continue reading after what I had just read each time worse than the last. But for me it was the gruesome car wreck I just had to look at and finished the book.

The twists the book has I did not see coming since I was thinking the worst of things possible. I do not usually enjoy reading gore books but this one has (en)grossed me =)

Well written and recommended for those who have a stomach to read it.
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