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David McAfee
04-21-2010, 05:56 PM
I woke up to two new 5 star ratings this morning. This one took the cake, though:

You had me at “Ephraim darted…” BRAVO!

I have some advice for you if you’re about to read this book. Do not begin it if you only have a ‘few minutes’ to spare. You will get sucked in by the first paragraph, if not the first words and I’m not easy to please when it comes to contemporary vampire fiction. I first began to read this novel when I had five minutes before leaving the house. That was my mistake—once started, I was blown away and made myself late trying to put it down. It’s that intriguing!

Also helpful, do not pick up this book for some ‘light reading.’ Author David McAfee spins a vampire yarn that obliterates all predecessors. He will touch on issues as deep as religion and as terrifying as an ancient race of vampires known by their Hebrew name Bachyir. The bloody attacks are not for the weak-kneed reader and the appearance of the greatest Man to walk the earth creates a dichotomy that thrills and enthralls.

You know by now that this Man we speak of is none other than Jesus Christ. In fact the only constant you can count on is the parallel account of the activities of the famous Jewish Rabbi. McAfee does not trample the faith but weaves a tale around the events during Passion Week, fitting his vampire plans seamlessly into the historical record. You will know Jesus’ fate because of history—the rest is up for grabs: who will live, who will die, and who will be tortured by the bad guys...

McAfee’s novel refuses to be pigeon-holed into a genre as it shatters a number of industry norms by melding the vampire tale with the biblical account of the crucifixion. This is not a ‘Christian’ tale but neither is it offensive to those who hold that faith. The thematic elements of Good/Light versus Evil/Darkness are guaranteed to occupy your mind long after you’ve read the book.

Technical Data: I love the cover of this book and it reflects the mood of the story very well. The interior format is flawless and professional, making the read not only easy but fun, with a hand-drawn graphic by McAfee himself at the top of each new chapter. Taking into account the author’s expertise with prose and suspense, it is hard to believe this is his first novel. I predict a long and illustrious career for him and I look forward to his next book. Bravo, Mr. McAfee! Bravo!

Millicent M'Lady
04-21-2010, 05:58 PM
That is absolutely amazing David! Where was it printed? Yay you! That really is one of the best reviews I've seen in a long time. Congratulations! :snoopy:

04-21-2010, 09:11 PM




04-21-2010, 09:56 PM
That's something nice to read with the morning coffee. CGs!

04-21-2010, 10:02 PM
Congratulations, David! That is awesome! :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy:

04-21-2010, 10:19 PM

Awesome review!!

04-21-2010, 10:50 PM
WOW, that is amazing! What an awesome review. Way to go dear!

04-22-2010, 12:23 AM
That's quite the review. Congrats!

David McAfee
04-22-2010, 12:41 AM
Thanks, everyone. That was really nice to wake up to. It's not a review site or anything, just an Amazon review, but she really liked it, and that makes me feel good. :)

04-22-2010, 01:28 AM
That really is a stunning review, David. Congrats, man. :) Amazon usually has worthless reviews and it's nice to see one of our writers get one worth the time reading it. Good on it!

04-22-2010, 01:43 AM
Okay David.....fess up...how much did you pay this person? Was it paid in gold or blood? (Inquiring minds want to know.) :evil

All kidding aside. This is super. If you ever need a boost for the muse, just tape this to the top of your monitor and I'm sure everything will kick in. Hugs.