New Release – Eternal Vigilance: The Death of Illusions
Posted by Dark Whisperer on April 14, 2009
Author: Gabrielle S. Faust
Publisher: Immanion Press
Release Date: March 1st, 2009
In the year 2111, Tynan Llywelyn, the forsaken philosophical leader of the Immortal vampire race, awoke after a century’s Sleep to a world decimated by war. Drawn into a new societal structure bitterly divided between ancient magic and a cruel new technology known as the Chronous, Tynan has found himself at the heart of an epic battle to bring down the Tyst Empire, a merciless international dictatorship. The Tyst crave more than global domination; they desire true Immortality and have made a pact with an ancient vampiric god called the Vicinus who has promised them eternal life in exchange for freeing him from his otherworldly prison. Tynan would have liked nothing more than to simply turn his back on the war, but his vampire Elders and the Phuree, a cunning human rebel uprising, had other plans in store for him. He was not only to join in the fight, but he was to be the vampire to take down the Tyst Empire and bring the Vicinus to his knees.
A year later, struggling against the ironclad orders of his Elders and his own vicious moral demons, Tynan has relented and agreed to complete the mission the Phuree and Immortals have devised for him. Amidst a crumbling Immortal legacy and a divided human world suffocating from fear and bloodshed, he will lead the way towards the front lines of a war against a colossal empire he has barely begun to comprehend and a primordial force hell-bent on destroying the world. Tynan can only pray now that the Immortals and Phuree have chosen in him wisely.
Whispers about Eternal Vigiliance: The Death of Illusions…
“Screw Twilight! Eternal Vigilance is the vampire series everyone should be reading!” – Fatally Yours Reviews
“With the Eternal Vigilance trilogy, Gabrielle S. Faust has given the vampire genre a much needed vitamin B-12 injection and made herself the Queen of Cyber Goth. The Death of Illusions ups the ante and action of the first book, setting the stage for what promises to be an epic resolution. All of this is accomplished with a lush love of poetic language that puts Faust in a class of her own.” – Greg Lamberson, author of Johnny Gruesome and Personal Demons
“Vampires are comfortable in their familiarity, in their Gothic surroundings as ornate as their inner contortions. Faust pulls vampires out of their well-worn trappings and puts them in the realm of the desolate. Deal with it.” – Michael Marano, Bram Stoker Award-Winning Author of Dawn Song