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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

The hero is dead. - Spies Vs. Monsters by Aaron C. Richards

Published: October 10th, 2014

Description:

What can humans do in a secret world where they are sorely overpowered and outmatched? How do they stand up against the things that bump in the night? The answer is simple: they cheat. And in a world of shadows where might makes right, humans must rely on their ingenuity to survive. 

The hero, humanity’s champion for light and order, is dead. The Supernatural and Paranormal Defense Organization, an international covert ops agency assembled to fight against the powers of darkness, just lost their field commander against the forces of Satan. Now, their former Special Projects Director, the angelic Jayda Marie Lafayette, must spearhead the search for the hero’s killer: his brother, a newly turned and blood-thirsty vampire named Frederico. And if she doesn’t get to him first, the Devil will turn him into a weapon capable of single-handedly destroying the human world.

Utter fun! Nail-biting action, too.
Every now and then, a story is captivating enough that an editor must actually remember to edit. For me, Spies vs. Monsters is one of those novels—I was lucky to be Aaron’s copy editor.

Aaron pens enticing characters and great action scenes. I’m thrilled he’s writing a sequel. - Amazon

About the author:
When I was in 3rd grade, the other kids were trying to decide whether to be actors, racecar drivers, or astronauts. I decided that I wanted to be an author. My answer to the age-old question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" was always the same. I wanted to write books. When I wasn't trying my hand at writing, I was watching movies. I was always trying to satisfy that primal urge: storytelling. Almost 15 years later, I decided to try to sit down and write a full-length novel for myself, just like all of the people that I idolized. Spies vs. Monsters is the culmination of a childhood's worth of dreaming.
Now, at 25, I live in my own dream world that is conveniently packaged in one bedroom of the house that I share with my sister.

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