The Geomancer


Hey, Nothing Says Christmas like Vampires

But don't let me convince you that The Greyfriar (Vampire Empire Book 1) makes an ideal stocking stuffer. Listen to these folks:

“If you liked Twilight, you will love Clay & Susan Griffith’s The Greyfriar, the first volume of their Vampire Empire will go nuts for this book. And how stunning is that cover art? What’s not to like...The Greyfriar would make an excellent movie.”
-The Little Red Reviewer blog, December 9, 2010 

“This book was awesome! I love everything in it. It was definitely one that brought all kinds of giddiness to my heart. The adventure, the mysterious, and love makes for a great read. This is not your ordinary vampire tale. This is a complete unique reading experience that I can enjoy over and over again...The Greyfriar blew me away! I love every moment in reading it. The plots and the fights were absolutely mind blowing...If you have not read this book you should. The Greyfriar is a must read of 2011!  I can't wait for the next book!! I give it 5 BITES!”
-Books With Bite blog, December 9, 2010 

“I had every reason not to even read The Greyfriar, let alone like it… being more of a scifi guy… Only I couldn’t put the book down. I read it every spare chance I could get. The Greyfriar is one the best books I’ve read this year ; and I highly recommend it, even to the most skeptical of you out there. I personally can’t wait to read book 2.”
-Fantasy and SciFi Lovin' News and Reviews blog, December 10, 2010

“I am so glad I picked up this book...I didn't care what important things I had to do or if I had to go to work the next day - I was glued to the book and I just had to keep on reading through the night. I love the Greyfriar. It's been a while since I've read a character this memorable and so touching, it warms my heart. I seriously can't wait for the next book.”
-A Nocturnal Bookworm blog, December 12, 2010

“What a fantastic adventure!... I thoroughly enjoyed this gripping tale with its well wrought characters and exciting, believable plot.”
-Patricia's Vampire Notes, December 11, 2010

“The story is a mix of swashbuckling and suspense, with the obvious dash of alternate history, and while I approached it with considerable reservations – I don’t usually like mixtures of fantasy and
science fiction – I found this quite engaging and look forward to the two
further volumes projected.”
-Don D'Ammassa's Critical Mass, December 8, 2010

“It crosses so many different genres. It's steampunk/vampire/romance/adventure and it's like nothing I've ever read...The vampire mythology was unique, which is getting harder and harder to do. I'm looking forward to the next installment. “
-Recommended on the forum of bestselling author Karen Marie Moning's fan site

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