Vampire: Child of Destiny Charmain Mitchell

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Published: February 1st 2014

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Vampire: Child of Destiny  by  Charmain Mitchell

Vampire: Child of Destiny by Charmain Mitchell
February 1st 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: | 7.70 Mb

Vampire - Child of Destiny, is the second book in the Vampire series of books, and continues with the story of Gwen, a five hundred year old vampire.Gwen tells the story of her life starting in Tudor England, and will continue throughout historyMoreVampire - Child of Destiny, is the second book in the Vampire series of books, and continues with the story of Gwen, a five hundred year old vampire.Gwen tells the story of her life starting in Tudor England, and will continue throughout history until present day.

Vampire - Child of Destiny continues on from the first book in the series: Vampire - In the Beginning. The book follows Gwen on her first steps into vampirism, murder, abduction, and surviving a difficult and precarious period in her long life.Excerpt:My words may have been strong, but in truth, I bled inside.

The need to see my son grew stronger every day. I imagined his chubby face, and his sweet smile, for I feel certain he would be smiling by now. Henry was ripped from my slashed womb to enable him to live, and as I died, I heard his cry, and rejoiced that he lived, but not once did I see his face. Matilda had whisked him away, certain that I was dead, but Robert had fed me his blood, and against all the odds, I had survived. I was certain I had survived so that my son could live his life without their depravity, for as much as I loved Robert, he lived an evil existence, and I did not intend to give my son up to his will.Praise from Julia Gibbs (proofreader).Just to say that Im still really enjoying reading this, its such a compelling narrative that even if the reader doesnt identify with the actual nature of the vampires, she takes a keen interest in the fortunes of Gwen, shes such a sympathetic character.

This is because its a character-led narrative, and the descriptions are so richly pictorial, they bring the scenes alive.Reviews from the first book in the Vampire series Vampire - In the beginning5* Mary (amazon.co.uk)very interesting book kept me riveted from start to finish , highly recommend can not wait to read more from this author5* April Reynolds (Amazon.com)This story is about a woman that has lived as a vampire for over 500 years that is writing out her life and how she became a vampire until the here and now.

I think this book is very good and very detailed. The author makes you want to keep reading into the next book. recommended for ages 13 and up only because of a few gore scenes!5* Kelly (Amazon.com)This book is a great read. I enjoyed the characters a lot. If your into vampires you will enjoy this book very much.About the author:Throughout her life, Charmain has wanted to become an author, but family and business commitments stood in the way and her writing consisted of a few short stories on the rare occasion that she had time to write them.

In late 2012 a freak accident finally allowed time for Charmain to indulge in her passion for writing.You can follow Charmain via her website www.charmainmariemitchell.comTwitter @charmain_m or on her Amazon author page.



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