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A Royal Creed


Story about:
vampires, mythology, original fantasy


107 7 1260

#47 in Action & Adventures
#87 in Dark fantasy

Ongoing: 09 Jul 175 pages

Publication: 07.02.2020 — ...

Description of book "A Royal Creed"

It is 53 A.D, a time when Romania peaked in dominating the world with their strength, hunting down all manner of beasts and humans to protect the land from the unjust. Unravel yourself in a dark and cruel tale of a young, curious boy, Emriel, a victim of the plague. After his father sent for an artifact, the plague took a devastating turn and released concealed demons from the world to feast on humans, spawning the return of the Strigoi, forcing the hand of the Romans to cleanse the small settlement of Londinium. Embark on tales of Emriel as he survives a tragedy unlike any other, living through six hundred winters and setting it upon himself to protect those in need and those he loves from cruel megalomaniac pagans while searching for a way to save his malformed daughter from her tragedy.

Comments on book:

Total number of threads: 6

Vintage 20.07.2020, 14:16:35

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Vintage 20.07.2020, 14:15:39

I have been following your books for a while and they are pretty good.

Catrin Potgieter 12.07.2020, 15:21:06

Absolutely love the story, very good story line, nail biting moments. My imagenation runs wild and with each new chapter I'm more intrigued and can not wait to read the next one. What's more intriguing is that it's unpredictable.

Monique Potgieter 12.07.2020, 13:46:06

It definitely keeps you guessing what happens next. An intriguing story and awesome character development. Dont stop it please. Want to know what happens next.

Jess Conibear 15.02.2020, 11:33:12

It is my dream to visit Rome one day

Dennis Norman 12.02.2020, 18:30:46

continue it

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Seeker29 13.02.2020, 09:01:11

Dennis Norman, I defenitely will

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