Li Rong teaches martial arts. After one of his classes, he sees a young man fighting with a group of males and rushes over to help him. He is amazed by the young man’s ability and offers to teach him.
Dave is that young man. They become fast friends through the years. So when Li calls Dave in the middle of the night for help, Dave rushes to his side without questions.
What happens next is unbelievable and yet extraordinary. Li explains a story from his country about Dracula. Supposedly he had a bastard son of whom he was ashamed. In order to become something in the eyes of his father, Von, the son, decides to enable his fellow vampires to walk in the sun light. The only catch is that they not only need to feed on the blood of humans but also their flesh for it is the DNA that allows them to walk among humans in the day light. So now they raise humans as cattle just like we do with cows for food. Li needs s Dave’s help to rescue his beloved from Von. He just hopes that they can survive the battle.
The storyline was such a fresh idea that I could not wait to read this book. However, the characters were so one dimensional. It took a while to get the story going smoothly. The background on Von was pretty good, but the conversations between the characters ran a bit flat. Although there were a lot of twists and turns in this book, many of them never went anywhere.
- Hardcover: 360 pages
- Publisher: Raular Publishing (November 7, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0982056249
- ISBN-13: 978-0982056240