Kaylyn the Sister-in-Darkness

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A vampires through the centuries novel, Kaylyn's journey from 12th century Lincolnshire to India. More

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About Barbara G.Tarn

Barbara G.Tarn had an intense life in the Middle Ages that stuck to her through the centuries. She prefers swords to guns, long gowns to mini-skirts, and even though she buried the warrior woman, she deplores the death of knights in shining chainmail. She likes to think her condo apartment is a medieval castle, unfortunately lacking a dungeon to throw noisy neighbors and naughty colleagues in. Also known as the Lady with the Unicorns, these days she prefers to add a touch of fantasy to all her stories, past and present – when she’s not wandering on her fantasy world of Silvery Earth or in her Star Minds futuristic universe. She’s a writer, sometimes artist, mostly a world-creator and story-teller. Two of her stories received an Honorable Mention at the Writers of the Future contest. She writes, draws, ignores her day job and blogs every other day.

About the Series: Vampires Through the Centuries
Novels, novellas and short stories about vampires roaming our world in past eras... up to the present. From Europe to Asia and soon Africa and America.

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Reviews

Review by: Shafali The Caricaturist on Dec. 11, 2016 :
Never a fan of vampires, in Barbara G. Tarn's books, I discovered their humanity. As the author narrates Kaylyn's journey through centuries and countries, we are pulled into a parallel world, where vampires play their own power games in the dark of the night. It's great story to cozy up with, especially if you like a mix of dark and light in your readings.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Review by: Victoria Zigler on Nov. 5, 2016 :
This is a great book, which makes an excellent addition to the series. The plot itself is interesting, there's a wonderful mixture of characters, and the historical facts dotted throughout the story are fascinating.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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