Book: PRAY FOR DAYLIGHT - THE BLOOD FEUD by M. Anthony Phillipscategories: Book, Horror, Fantasy, Urban Fiction, Action-Adventure, Vampire-Demons, Avenging Angels, Creature, Martial Arts, Swordplay, Exotic, Dark-Fantasy, Mythical, Vampires
M. Anthony Phillipsabout this book: Pray for Daylight/the Blood Feud is about the hateful-vengeful relationship between a half vampire/human French woman and her vampire father. For over one hundred years, Simone Okonjo tracks her father around the world to exact revenge on him for killing her adopted father Arkuman, a rogue Shaolin Monk. It was Arkamun who refused to kill Simone as a baby- given orders by the monks to kill the vampire child.
Arkamun instead killed his master to protect her and was forced to leave the sanctuary of the warrior monks. Learning everything Arkamun taught her, Simone is chosen by a higher power to lead a nation of ragtag vampire hunters against her father in a battle for good against evil.
Simone is a true warrior but still lacks people skills because of growing up without her real parents Her adopted father taught her not to trust so easily but she falls hard for a charismatic tough guy named Malik who has a thirst for killing vampires after his whole family is killed.
I've been a fan of the genre from watching great actors portray the classic vampire lead Dracula and wanted to leave my imprint. The cover depicts the title in every sense. The reader knows exactly what they're getting when they see it. I researched 19th Century Paris for the book which was cool, to capture a classic feel. I was a fan of Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee Hammer Studio Production classics which had a Victorian style.
I hope my readers will enjoy the choices I've made and follow Simone and Malik in this trilogy.
preview: read a sample from this book
what to read next: if you read and liked this book...
Other books by M. Anthony Phillips
Video: PRAY FOR DAYLIGHT - THE BLOOD FEUD by M. Anthony Phillips
• Book Review: Defender's Blood The Birth and The Battle by A K Michaels|
• Book Review: Immortal Relations by Guy Douglas Ogan|
|show list of all published reviews | subscribe to the feed|
|Home | Contact | Legal Notice | Impressum||Book Promotion | Do you like askDavid.com? | Boost Your Karma|