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Valentine's exile : a novel of the vampire Earth
E. E. Knight
Adult Fiction KNIGHT

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Summary: Welcome to the year 2072. Earth is under new management. Possessed of an unnatural and legendary hunger, the Reapers came to Earth to establish a New Order built on the harvesting of enslaved human souls. They rule the planet. They thrive on the scent of fear. And if it's night, as sure as darkness, they will come. In a valiant rebellion against the half-century Kurian occupation, the newly formed Texas and Ozark Republics have dealt the vampiric aliens their first major defeat. Resistance member David Valentine is revered as a hero, but he has a dangerous enemy within his own ranks, who will have him facing charges for abusing the Quisling prisoners-the human pawns of the Kurians. When fellow freedom fighter William Post is badly wounded, he asks Valentine to find his wife, who has vanished into the darkness of the Kurian Order. But what Valentine finds there will shake his sanity to its very core.


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main characters David Valentine
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Family was massacred when he was a child; initiated into the order of the Cat, warrior spies; vampire hunter; member of a resistance movement; struggling to regain freedom for humans; leader of a group of soldiers.



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