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New Horror Novella, a Voyeuristic Look at Vampires.
Chronicles of the Undead delves into the psychological, as the sordid tale of vampires and the tragic Harrington Family unravel in this new diary-form novella.
By: A. F. Stewart
Written in the form of personal journals, this novella tells the story of three members of the Harrington family: Samuel, his son Edmund, and Edmund’s daughter Charlotte. The plot unfolds as the lives of this family intersect with two vampires; they succumb to seduction, suffer strange turns of fate, and struggle with this pervading evil influence. All three stories drip in temptation, retribution, and redemption.
"Ms. Stewart has penned a stylish tale in the classic vampire style, sure to please any lover of dark literature."
-Rhetta Akamatsu, author of Ghost to Coast.
Come enter into this clandestine world, read their intimate thoughts and share the horror of the Undead. Cringe, cry, and be spellbound as you decipher the strange journals of the Harrington Family.
“Ms. Stewart’s wonderful use of journal entries to tell a story, like Bram Stoker before her, kept this reader engrossed. I read this in one sitting. The unexpected twists and turns in the story make it a real page turner and a joy to read. I highly recommend this to anyone who loves a rousing good vampire story…and even those who do not. It will not disappoint.”
Chronicles of the Undead is the latest publication A. F. Stewart has available for purchase. She has also written a short story collection, Inside Realms, a volume of poetry, Tears of Poetry, and the small movie guide, The Incomplete List of Action Movie Clichés, a tongue-in-cheek look at action films. All books are featured on the Lulu.com website.
A. F. Stewart is from Nova Scotia, Canada, and has several years of writing experience. Her writing is mainly in the fantasy genre, swirling with history and mythology. She has also dabbled in the poetry and non-fiction genres.
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