Sunday, November 14, 2010
The Cries Of Vampira by Sean Robertson
Suddenly, the King and his brother are surrounded by troops of their deadliest enemy, the Grey Wolves, werewolves in human form. Battle ensues and the end result is deadly. Both George and Shannon are killed, as are the King and Queen of the Gray Wolves. Their son, ten year old Gaad Grey, watches his parents killed by King George and vows undying enmity.
Seventeen years later, war still reins. The triplets are now mature enough to take part in the defense of their land. Princess Kristin is the foremost assassin in the land, while Princess Kylie works to bring peace between the Vampiras and the Grey Wolves, as she was able to do between the Vampiras and the humans. Prince Kolbe is still a bit adrift, but a formidable warrior when his attention is engaged.
News comes to their castle that the wolves have created a massive army, and that it is only hours away from a final assault on the Vampira stronghold. Their mother, the Queen, makes plans for the defense of their land. Can she and the triplets ward off the evil that Gaad Grey has planned for years to avenge the deaths of his parents?
Sean Robertson has created a new series. The Cries of Vampira is the first book in his anticipated saga of the Vampira empire. The novella creates the characters and lays the plotlines that will be brought to fruition in later books. Robertson is a fresh new voice in fantasy sci-fi, and readers will want to read the rest of these books after finishing this one.