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Demon Vampire: Anthology (The Redgold Series)

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This is the out of print older edition of the book. Please look at my Revised Edition for the in print book of Demon Vampire.
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For fifty years, Zack has loved Kyli. Until one fateful day, she was gone. Their romance was everything a romance should be. They met, an attraction kept them together, they fought, they broke up, they longed, they reu
Paperback, First Edition, 500 pages
Published October 30th 2011 by Erudite Small Press
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I've read many books with vampire storylines, but Demon Vampire is very different. Virgil Allen Moore has crafted an extraordinary story with a unique protagonist, Zack Giver.

Virgil Allen Moore is a skilled artisan who draws Zack Giver's story with bold strokes of suspense and tension and gentle touches of character indecision, and emotional angst. Demon Vampire is a singular novel that pulls the reader in. Readers are compelled to turn the page to discover what will happen next. Virgil Allen Mo
Aug 12, 2012 Amara rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommended to Amara by: Virgil Allen Moore
A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

In short, the lack of adequate editing in this book prevented me from enjoying it. For my full review, see here.
Demon Vampire
Virgil Allen Moore
Ok, this can't be 'a typical' review because I am unable to remove myself OUT of the book. It has totally sucked me into it's realm! It's like walking into a dream where you do not trust your senses because you do not know what is around the mist coming up off the ground. Dreams that feel so real you can feel the pain, taste the pleasures it has to offer and the darkness we all have inside of us. You see someone in the distance that seems familiar, maybe the way
Rebecca Graf
The title of Virgil Moore's book, Demon Vampire, might turn you off. The cover of his book might turn you off. Or they could be intriguing to you and be the reason you want to purchase the book. Either way Mr. Moore is successful in this paranormal/horror book.

First of all, this is a paranormal story involving vampires and such creatures. I have to admit that these books are starting to not draw me in as much anymore because there are so many of them. I haven't read a ton of them, but of the vam
This author's work speaks volumes...
Being a person who is not easily impressed, and only write reviews when credit is due. This certainly is the case with Virgil Allen Moore's work.
His words(the book is 500packed pages)seeps into your mind and produces an lucid trance from page one.
You do not get a simple novel, Moore has perfected his work and leaves a lasting, sweet quality upon your soul!
Some say this is a 'dark novel', and I was cringing at moments, but I was also enthralled at the story
Demon Vampire is Virgil Allen Moore's first novel, and it's a big, bold, ambitious one at that. Dare one say, epic, even, as the tale spans several centuries and continents. This was a move away from the recent surfeit of fluffy, angsty, moralising vampires, back to the darker, nastier creatures as envisaged by authors like Anne Rice and Charlaine Harris. Virgil Allen Moore also introduces a new aspect to the vampire mythos—vampeals: half-human, half-vampire hybrids, which is certainly unique am ...more
Rhainna Cortez
When I started reading Demon Vampire I felt it was a refreshingly new and powerful story about vampires with a twist. There are so many cookie cutter vampire books out there and Demon Vampire is definitely different than any story I've read. I fell in love with the characters and found myself truly caring for what happens to them. Even the antagonists have their own inner conflicts that make them unique and interesting. I really enjoyed the imagery in this story it was very poetic and beautifull ...more
Paddy O'callaghan

Initially, I was attracted to this becasue of the exquisitely beautiful cover girl, and I wasn;t really much of a vampire fan, but now that my mate and I have book read it, we're vampire fans for life, and want to read all this authors other books.
My complete review can be found on my blog.
Black Queen
Feb 03, 2012 Black Queen marked it as to-read
This book look very interesting to read and it's about vampires...My favorite genre to read..:D
Melissa Levine
My review:

This was a really long story, or so it seemed to me. Either way, I feel like nothing was really going on, it seemed very flat to me. I never felt that drawn into, and didn't really care what happened to the characters. Now I love details/descriptions/fluff, but this book had way too much for my liking. I would start reading a description and several long sentences later, I would have to stop and think as to what was going on in the story. The details or whatever, would take up so much
Yvonne Mendez
Sep 14, 2012 Yvonne Mendez rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fans of real vampire stories
Recommended to Yvonne by: Virgil Moore
Some stories are like appetizers, others are like lunch and my favorites are like desserts. In the case of Demon Vampire, I can easily say its like a Thanksgiving Dinner with every single fixin' you can think of!

The first thing that struck me as I read this story was the Anne Rice feel to it. But I made the initial mistake of treating it like an Anne Rice novel, in which I can easily skip pages and not loose the thread of the story. Not with Demon Vampire, there is vital information everywhere!
Tobyann Aparisi
I found this to be a very well written different approach to the vampire genre. I enjoyed this book and the characters. I felt the author took time and developed them so we could become well invested in them. The book flowed smoothly and I was able to read it in one sitting. I am glad this book will be continued as I really enjoyed the characters and would like to see where he goes with them from here. I would highly recommend this book to my friends who read in the vampire genre, but I would al ...more
Laurie Franco
I REALLY enjoyed this book. It started off a bit odd, but I quickly became completely absorbed in the storyline. I enjoyed how the author eventually began to go back and forth through time so the reader can get the back story of the other characters in the story, and you can't help but root for Zack as he struggles with the knowledge that he is a half-vampire and has a demon inside of him that may potentially take him over. There were an extreme amount of misspelled words and punctuation errors ...more
This is a very well written exciting new series. Virgil Allen Moore's writing has a way of immersing you into his vampire world. Gone are the stereotypical vampires and legends. Mr. Moore quickly pulls us into his world where he rewrites the definition of vampire and leaves you craving for more. Not only do you find yourself personally invested with the characters, Mr. Moore toys with challenging our own morals as well as the characters of his new world. You can't help but give in to the temptat ...more
While this book is well written and has fabulous language, I struggled with it. I just did not connect with the characters or care what happened to them. I am not sure why, since as noted the book is very well written. It could be that the style of writing did not resonate with me.
This book has received fabulous reviews and would appeal to someone who is into the Vampire sub-culture and enjoys books that are dark and stark. I wish I had been able to connect more with the characters, but I did
Jaime Halender
This was a very fun book. I'm glad the author rewrote the series to make it more mature in his revised edition of the book. The only bad part is that I have to wait for the rest of the book to come out next year.
the first few pages were very wordy. Ex. - obfuscated, doesn't flow while reading. Then it became about middle school age kids. The title grabs you and gives promise, but that's it.
Much like the old fashioned vampires (before they sparkled) with an interesting wit to the writing. Not a "fluffy" read but a really good one!
love the cover sounds awesome cant wait to read it..
Vampire tale - long story, but confusing. This story left me a little confused. The prologue starts out with a not-dead creature in the morgue. It is covered in some type of armor and has no pulse. It seems to have fangs, so the coroner decides it is some type of vampire. After some time, it gets up from the table and starts moving around. This creature regrets everything in the last fifty years except that first night. So then we go to the past to the first night where a vampire drains a beauti ...more
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Virgil Moore
Sep 25, 2013 Virgil Moore rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
This is the old out of print edition of Demon Vampire. Please take a look at my Revised Edition on goodreads or on Amazon.
Aug 11, 2012 Casey marked it as to-read
I am having a hard time getting into this story so I am pushing it to the side for now. I will come back for it though.
This is my first book that i ever review before and i'm really sorry but i just couldn't get into it.
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Goodreads Librari...: Is this summary allowed? 11 123 Jul 09, 2013 07:22PM  
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  • Love and Blood (Blood Ties, #1)
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  • Aches (Estrange Reality, #1)
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  • Dark Tidings (Ancient magic meets the Internet #1)
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  • Emancipation: A Civil War Vampire Novel: Book One of The Thirsty Ones
  • Vigil: Vampire Apocalypse
Virgil Allen Moore writes about the visceral vampires you remember from the nineties. The romance, the pain, the loss. Everything that you ever wanted to read in a paranormal romance novel is in The Redgold Series by Virgil Allen Moore. Be sure to read them in order.

1. Demon Vampire
2. Bloodlines (2014)
3. Ascension (2014)
4. Special Science Report 1192 (2014)
5. Redgold (2015)
6. Five Years (2015)
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Other Books in the Series

The Redgold Series (2 books)
  • Special Science Report 1192 (The Redgold Series, #4)
Demon Vampire ARC June14th Demon Vampire: Revised Edition (Redgold, #1) Special Science Report 1192 (The Redgold Series, #4) Demon Vampire ARC May Edition (Redgold, #1)

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