JACKSON, Mich. (PRWEB) February 08, 2021
Quentin Allen, a father of one who grew up on the South Side of Chicago and has had a passion for writing since the fifth grade, has completed his new book “Life-Less: The Immortals Masquerade”: a gripping and potent novel that keeps the pages turning until the dramatic conclusion.
Reign Homburg has a pretty decent life in Pendleton, Oregon, as a student-nursing assistant in college with her best friends, Jen Keller and Izaak Pettis. Everything was quite normal. Other than her older sister, Sky Homburg, going missing a few years back, everything seems to be going great for her, but when Jen asks her and Izaak to go to a party with her, that’s when her whole life changes completely. Instantly she starts to notice some weird and dramatic changes with herself—throwing up regular food, becoming sensitive to sunlight, and an uncontrollable hunger. Scared, clueless, and without memory of the party, Reign wants to figure out who did this and why. She notices she’s changing into something else, something unable to relate to her old society anymore.
Oblivious to the underground society of vampires that have always controlled entertainment, media, and even politics, Reign will discover how this new society works and how to control her impulses while her questions mount and her trust in everyone around her declines.
Not only is she now a vampire, but she may end up being one of the youngest and most powerful vampires in the country, maybe even the world. Reign must learn to part from her old life and join a new one, one that has her not only feeding on the blood of mortals but their strife and hate toward one another too, ignoring her uncommon morals, new to a world of power, excitement, and lifelessness.
Published by Page Publishing, Quentin Allen’s engrossing tale is a superb choice for avid fantasy readers.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Life-Less: The Immortals Masquerade” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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