Book: Eagle's Eclipse - America Before Columbus by Jeffrey Underwood and Kate Taylorcategories: Book, Cahokia, Mound Builders, Vampires, The Entity, Historical Fiction, Love, Spicy Read, Odes, America, Native Americans, Hunter's Prayer, Lost Civilizations
Kate Taylorabout this book: Proscribed and reigned over by his master, the Entity, the very Vampire of them all has taken human form in Jeffrey Underwood's Forbidden Tome and Lethal Assumed:Lost Tome Found. Jeffrey Underwood and Kate Taylor combined their unique blend of talent to bring the Entity to life in Treason's Truth: Mac Alpin's Scotland and now he finds himself as Chieftain of Cahokia, a massive city in the continent yet to be called America.
Undead associates of the Entity, known as Cinaed Mac Alpin from the 800's of Scotland in Treason's Truth, follow him and find him as Kakeobuk, in the early 1400's of not yet discovered North America . Alone, these amazingly complex vampires have unfinished stories of their own to complete.
The vampire element of the tale is neither bloody nor gory, yet is so evident in the characters of Kakeobuk, the Chieftain, his love, Minkitooni, as well as their associates, Mikilenia, Mahkwa and Ashkipaki.
Cahokia all but forgotten now, save those pyramid mounds of earth, was once a thriving metropolis with a population to rival London in those days. What caused the collapse of the Mound Builders and their Capital of Cahokia? Catastrophic natural disaster? Overworking of the land's resources? Angry gods? The Entity, as Kakeobuk was charged with leading this people, and in the end, Kakeobuk as one of the people himself, disappeared along with his entire community.
But what of the Entity?
The drum beats of the gods are present in the spirit of Cahokia, even now through the pens of Jeffrey Underwood and Kate Taylor. Listen to the perpetual beats, as you read the tale of Eagle's Eclipse: America Before Columbus.
Loving moments, spicy and sweetened with honey. The search of the shaman. A young hunter's prayer. The music of the origin of their precious commodity, corn. Odes of love between Kakeobuk and Minkitooni.
You will be enthralled with the characters, their love, the sounds, the beauty of Cahokia, and the tale of this story. The Entity himself will captivate you and find a place within you to reside.
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