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The Revenant Fire (The Decay of Man, #1)

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Vairgoans have been feeding on humans for thousands of years. But now, mankind is feeding on itself.

Within the walls of a hidden city, the Vairgoans have lived for millenia, venturing out only to feed on the blood of humans. Their primary goal is to keep their existence secret, even when a curse is unleashed outside the borders of their city which is causing the dead to r
ebook, 337 pages
Published January 27th 2012
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Jul 09, 2015 Heather Langston rated it it was amazing
I must say, I am pleasantly surprised I enjoyed this book as much as I did. It's a new twist and a new combo (for me at least...zombies and vamps? Yes please!). Honestly, I can't think of a thing I didn't like about it. However, it escaped my notice that this book was the first in the series. *sigh* Not very good at being patient but will do my best because you better believe I'm getting the next one!
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Carson Gardner grew up in rural Southern Utah, where he never enjoyed more than one wife at a time. As a child in a rural area, Carson had little else to do, but bask in the confines of his own imagination as well as the imaginations of others. When he grew up, Carson did adult things (graduate from college, raise kids, etc.) until he realized that the child in him still wanted to write. He still ...more
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