Eternity's End is a New Vampire Novel Taking Place in a Never-Before-Used Setting

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The last 8 surviving vampires must face the end of their immortality. A unique tale with memorable characters.

Even though vampire books, as well as movies, have been around for decades, only in the last few years has their popularity reached new heights. Almost comparable to Beatlemania in the 1960s. Some examples of this fact can be found in such recently released presentations as HBO’s “True Blood”, the CW’s “The Vampire Diaries”, and, of course, “Twilight: New Moon”.

Keeping in line with such vampire-mania of late, is a recently written, and available through Lulu.com, vampire book by a former screenwriter, Dan Bivens, whose most recent work will be seen in a soon-to-be-released, in association with Martian Productions, Sci-Fi/Horror film being helmed by “Stargate: Atlantis” director David Winning.

The name of this newest vampire book, joining the growing book-download market, is “Eternity’s End”.

“Eternity’s End” is a character-driven novel that closely follows 8 vampires, whom are the last of their kind, as they are forced to face the end of their immortality. The reader will not only come to learn all about them, and their inglorious Beginnings, but will also come to learn of a desperate plot, by captive Humans, against these vampires, feeding upon them in order to continue their Undead existences, meant to liberate themselves from the tyrannical grasp of the Eternal Eight. Thus threatening to bring about the vampires’ inevitable end far sooner than expected. Something the last of the Undead will jealously, and violently, attempt to avoid.

“Eternity’s End” successfully presents these vampires in as realistic, and believable, a manner as has been done with such as “True Blood”, “Twilight”, “The Vampire Diaries”, the Anne Rice books, as well as others.

What makes “Eternity’s End” unique, a fact not lost on Martian Productions, whom have already ear-marked the novel for filming, and planned theatrical release, by 2011, is the fact the novel's story is placed in a unique-to-vampires setting that no other vampire writer has yet to use.

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