DeFazio's 200-Year-Old Vampire "The Squid" Engages an Unwitting Victim in a Life-Changing Game
By: TouchPoint Press
The launch of The Game will appeal to avid followers of the Blood Trilogy, but as a standalone work it contains supple bandwidth to also attract all fans of the occult, vampire sagas, and supernatural storytelling. It will also speak to all readers of psychological thrillers, as The Game works to portray the trying circumstances and ultimate breaking point of protagonist Emily. Though a dark novella, The Game have moments of catharsis, witty dialogue, comedy, and character development that ultimately testifies to the true gift of family and friendship. Paranormal literature and excellent storytelling combine to create this must read, fast-paced, summer novella!
About the Book
Neal "the Squid" O'Sullivan is a 200-year-old vampire living in Montreal. He fears losing his humanity so much that he affiliates with humans in a monthly poker game and spares his victims every Christmas Eve out of his guilt of all the mayhem he's had to inflict to stay alive. Emily Cherniack is a mousey twenty-two-year-
CHRIS DEFAZIO is the author of the Blood Trilogy vampire series and three related short stories. He also has recently published a noir novel, Last Chance, which follows the schemes and double-crosses of some nasty thugs in Chris's old hometown of Quincy, MA. His current work, Into the Light, is the first book of a planned private detective series. It chronicles the adventures of down-on-his-
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