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It was a long way for German author Nadja Losbohm to publish her first
English book The Huntress, a matter dear to her heart. But since 14 December,
2014, the author’s birthday, the ebook-only story is available worldwide for
readers to experience “the most unique vampire
novel, that is none”, like a review says.
OR you can try your luck and take part in this great giveaway.
Together with Nadja, I raffle off 5 ebooks of The Huntress (either
pdf, mobi or epub file).
What do you need to do? Just answer a simple question and post the
answer in the comments below.
UPDATE: The giveaway ends ... 5 JULY! About the book:
Pearce is an average young woman. She is 5’4” tall, overweight, and doesn’t
play sports of any kind. Shortly after her 21st birthday a mysterious priest
informs her of her destiny as a huntress. Ada doesn’t believe that story at
first, but when she finds out that creatures of the night threaten the human
population, she accepts her destiny, gives up her former life, and moves into
the secret rooms of St. Mary’s Church, which had been built hundreds of years
ago, and begins her training.
flashbacks, the protagonist herself tells her story, beginning with her first
meeting with the enigmatic and unapproachable priest, through her first year of
training and her secret life, to the problems she encounters on her first hunt,
and the issues which crop up when a priest and a woman live together…
The Huntress – The Beginnings is a charming mixture of
science-fiction, fantasy romance and humor.
UPDATE 2: Not sure about the book? Check out my
review and decide: