Sep 20, 2012

Kavachi's Rise

Title: Kavachi's Rise
Series: The Devouring #1
Author: Mike Kearby
Genre: Horror/Thiller
Publisher: Damnation Books
Words: 56,000

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Book Description:
A dark secret. Thomas Morehart and his sister, Kara are vampyre, not the undead, but creatures evolved over hundreds of thousands years to mimic their prey, men. Then-rescued from a Nazi Prison Camp, Thomas and Kara are brought to the U.S. and forced to work inside goverment owned mortuaries. Now-betrayed by the goverment sixty-seven years later, Thomas and Kara are in a race against time to transform themselves back to their feral states or risk exsanguination by goverment sanctioned squads.

All I can say is WOW!!!!! I honestly picked up this booking thinking "ok another vampire book" but once I started reading its not really just "another vampire book" it was more then that. It was a book that was a page turner, one that I could not put down no matter how hard I wanted too. Lets just say it took me only 2 hours to read this book. It was thrilling and I couldnt wait to turn the page just to see what happened next. I could picture in my head what was going on when Thomas would say or do something. This is my opinion is a MUST READ!!!!

 About the Author:
Mike Kearby (born 1952)  is an American novelist and inventor. Since 2005, Kearby has published ten novels and one graphic novel.

Kearby was born in Mineral Wells, Texas, and received a B.S. from North Texas State University (now the University of North Texas) in 1972. He worked in the irrigation industry for 20 years where he ob tained patents 5,762,270, 5,992,760, 6,478,237, 6,155,493, 6,209,801. He taught high school English and reading for 10 years and created "The Collaborative Novella Project".The project allows future authors to go through the novel writing process from idea to published work. Kearby began novel writing in 2005 and has completed ten novels, one graphic novel, and written the afterword to the TCU Press 2010 release of western novelist's, Elmer Kelton, "The Far Away Canyon".
"Ambush at Mustang Canyon" was a finalist for the 2008 Spur Awards.
"A Hundred Miles to Water" was awarded the 2011 Will Rogers Medallion Award for Best Adult Fiction.

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