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Jairec’s holiday in San Francisco turned into a living nightmare when he’s attacked by a chiang-shih, a Chinese vampire. He has until the end of the Moon Festival to convince Autumn, an herbalist, to hand over the elixir of life. Without it he will become the white-haired demon for all eternity. Only Autumn believes he’s delusional. The elixir of life is a legend.

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Kindle Edition, 143 pages
Published May 15th 2010 by KDP Amazon (first published December 15th 2008)
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A good book is one that really draws you into the moment, makes you feel what the characters feel and connect with them. This book takes that to a whole new level. You laugh and you cry. You really feel the emotions bone-deep until they link to your soul. This was an absolutely amazing book and I recommend it to any and all. While there is a bit of content not suitable for the young, this is a great book to curl up and enjoy.
Autumn Moon was chosen as a challenge-read. It was a quick read at only 140+ pages. But, the story was entertaining. Jairec, while on holiday, is attacked by a chiang-shih, a Chinese vampire. And now he wants to know how he can change back and become human once again. He seeks out the help of "the Seer" who tells him "You will find the cure in Chinatown. Dr. Jin Lei's place." "Autumn moon is your destiny". The Autumn Moon festival is underway and he's not sure how exactly he'll find this cure.

Autumn Moon of San Francisco’s Chinatown is just what Jairec Connolly needs to reverse his unwanted transition to a chiang-shih, a vampire. An untutored sorcerer, Moon must find a cure for her new love, but the clock is ticking.

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