Elizabeth Rose

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When vampires and angels join forces against humanity nothing matters but survival.
The final stand on ancient ground, when blood saturates desert sand and the only sounds are the walls falling and mothers wailing with their children... is this the end? More
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical
  • Words: 17,510
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301637966
About Janus Gangi

Janus Gangi is a native New Yorker and Native American, in which blood has always been a part of her life. After graduating from Flushing High School, where she majored in music, she was a professional singer/songwriter for a short while. She then went on to medical school and became a Hematology Technologist. She worked for a major non-profit organization, where she was involved in distributing the latest AIDS research information to the top doctors in the United States. She then attended Bible School for six years and went on to be ordained and founded a ministry in New York City. In the early nineties, she moved to East Tennessee where she returned to her roots in the Pagan tradition and went back to school. She now holds degrees in Religious Studies and Psychology in addition to her previous ones. She is an avid amateur Egyptologist, and now enjoys her new found love, writing

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Artie Margrave reviewed on April 6, 2013

This is a good book to begin with. It held my interest throughout the chapters and one will see that it's a work meticulously researched. It started slowly though as I had to understand the characters - a couple of them had alternate names - but as the pages progressed, action and thrill reached a fevered pitch before eventually and in time too, dropped. It was good writing, good story, worth my time and I'm looking forward to more. So you keep writing, Janus.
(reviewed 34 days after purchase)
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