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Night's Knights

By Emerian Rich

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Description

Severina is an exotic beauty from the jungles of Brazil whose family is brutally murdered by the same man she later calls lover. Markham is a simple Irish immigrant striving for the American dream in 1860 when coach robbers cause his untimely death. Julien is a knight who serves as guardian angel to his family but has no clue about his predestined fate. Three vampires on a quest for knowledge attempt to create the perfect offspring, but from the shadows an even more demonic evil threatens their immortality. Will a powerful mortal named Jespa be the one to save them all? Cover art: Christen Kojnok

Customer Reviews

I can't get past the voice

Alright i listened to the first chapter. The story might be decent, but the author/narrator's voice is SOO GRATINGLY little girl nasily, it's just so whiny I can't get past it. Also what's with the little bits of music and the run run run with the music. Anyhow, change the narrator and get rid of the music and I might try listening to it again, the story seemed moderately interesting.

Vampires Rock!!!!

I never liked those stories where they take the point of view of a vampire hunter. I always enjoyed the point of view of the vampire more. Emerian tells the story through the perspective the vampires and undead life isn't all blood and roses. I thought the narration was fantastic, the story superb and the sound effects really brought the podcast to life. Each episode is getting better and better.

my ears are bleeding

Dear God, this woman's voice is like sandpaper on my ears. I think the story would be okay, but I just can't get past her voice. If this was re-read by a decent male voice, or a more melodious female voice, I think it would be pretty enjoyable. I don't think I could take the narrator's voice for more than two minutes without becoming homicidal.