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GFD 01: Genesis  1. Gone From Daylight

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It's been said that suffering builds character. And there are few that know suffering better than young Justin. Only 14 years old, he has found an easy way out. A suicidal tendency that he is hoping will bring an end to his misery. But when he meets a mysterious boy at the end of Navy Pier one dark evening...he is given an alternative. One that will give him purpose, and set in motion the events that will lead to his ultimate destiny....in a world not like our own.


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MrM

· Edited by MrM

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

If I could give this more stars I would, so I will! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

 

Without exaggeration, this is the beginning of one of the greatest vampire epics I have ever read and I AM a vampire oficianado. I practically am a vampire since I like going to goth clubs at night and drinking V8s with vodka. I also happen to love Anne Rice's works and have had email conversations with her about them. I have also read Dracula a few times and still mourn Bela Legosi's death.

 

So . . . there are my qualifications. Take my assessment seriously or feel my dark Elder's wrath! Gone From Daylight is the GREATEST VAMPIRE EPIC of them all! It is a crime it isn't published in all of it's glory next to that Twilight nonsense! It's a THOUSAND times better than Twilight! It gives Anne's Vampire Chronicles a run for their money!

 

READ THIS STORY! Become a bloody addict! Then come worship me at my crypt for siring you all, my fledglings!

 

What is dead may never die!

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