New PDF release: 61 A.D. (Bachiyr, Book 2)
By David McAfee
The exciting sequel to the 2010 horror bestseller, 33 A.D.
Britannia, sixty one A.D. For ten years, Taras has lived within the younger urban of Londinium, feeding off the city’s underbelly. yet now Theron, his outdated enemy, has come trying to find revenge, and Taras’ nights of residing in relative peace are approximately to end.
Yet now not even Theron can slip into city left out, and the Council of 13 sends Ramah to house the 2 renegades as soon as and for all. yet unknown to the Council, a miles older enemy is additionally in Londinium, and this time even the good Ramah may not be safe.
Set opposed to the backdrop of the Iceni rebellion in Roman-era Britannia, sixty one A.D. maintains the tale of Taras, Theron, and Ramah, as they try their method via history.
"61 A.D. starts speedy and doesn’t decelerate for a minute, with new characters and wildly exciting twists that might have McAfee lovers screaming for the following quantity. hugely recommended."
--Jeremy Bishop, no 1 Amazon.com horror bestselling writer of TORMENT and THE SENTINEL.
David McAfee is the writer of the 2010 bestselling horror novel, 33 A.D., in addition to numerous different horror titles presently on hand on Amazon Kindle and in different places. sixty one A.D. is the stick to as much as his debut, and he's presently engaged on a collaborative novella with Jeremy Robinson that includes certainly one of Robinson’s characters, Bishop. the subsequent novel within the Theron and Taras storyline can be published in 2012.
David lives in Tennessee along with his spouse, daughter, and youngster son.
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At this, the rest of the table joined in the laughter. “It’s true, I tell you,” Gregor said. Zebhoim laughed harder. When he finally settled into a series of chuckles, he wiped his eyes on his sleeve. ” He called to the serving girl and ordered another round, while several of the other men continued to laugh and poke fun at Gregor. Gregor stewed in his chair until the serving girl arrived with the drinks, then he reached over and grabbed one. He might be angry that his friends refuse to believe him, but that didn’t mean he wouldn’t drink their ale.
And he came at me real fast, I almost didn’t see him. ” The serving girl brought the wine, and Gregor drank deeply of his cup before he continued. “The strangest part was when he spoke to me. ” “He told me to run,” Gregor said. “It was the strangest thing. I thought I was a dead man, but he stopped about five paces away and told me to run. ” Zebhoim laughed again. ” At this, the rest of the table joined in the laughter. “It’s true, I tell you,” Gregor said. Zebhoim laughed harder. When he finally settled into a series of chuckles, he wiped his eyes on his sleeve.
She had taken him from the lands just south of the sea as a child and raised him at her keep, biting him every month or so to keep him healthy and stronger than normal. He bore the black hair, dark skin, and deep brown eyes of his people. He kept his tight curly hair cut short so that it resembled a small black rug on his head. Today he wore little more than a loincloth, leaving his lean chest and abdomen bare and shiny with sweat. Had she any such desires she might have mated with him. But fond as she was of her servant, he was still human.
61 A.D. (Bachiyr, Book 2) by David McAfee