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Dead Walkers: The Protectorate by Angelique…

Dead Walkers: The Protectorate

by Angelique Armae

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In 1815 Ireland Donovan Bramwell is a mixed breed part vampire and part mortal. His grandfather heads the Protectorate, an organization consisting of vampires and humans at war with the malevolent Upyran Vampires sect that sees mortals as the lowest rung of the food chain. Donovan hates both sides. When the Upyran Vampires Prince Vestos bit him and killed his father, the Protectorate did nothing.

Now his grandfather has become a total vampire so he expects his heir Donovan to lead The Protectorate or he will be left penniless and homeless. At the same time Donovan deliberates his future, Ceni Princess Iceni needs help regaining her lost amulet stolen by Vastos when the vampires and their Roman allies eradicated her people. She chooses Donovan as her best bet and starts to seduce him into being her loyal slave, but her effort fails when he reads her mind. Still he finds a desire to help Ceni and wonders if she already completed her seduction of what is left of his soul that he fears will make him enslaved to Vastos. However Vastos has his own dilemma as he knows his soul is rotting. To save himself he either must kill Donovan or Iceni for he is a Dead Walker too.

DEAD WALKERS: THE PROTECTORATE is a terrific fantasy that provides the audience a powerful tale in which the three prime species, vampires, mortals, and the quasi seem genuine especially in their varying interrelationships. The action-packed story line provides insight into the diverse vampiric clans and how the quasi live in human and vampiric camps. The triangle of life and death between the lead trio makes for a compelling one sitting supernatural thriller, but it's the world they live in that fascinates readers.

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  Mippy28 | Feb 10, 2007 |
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A Quasi Vampire. A Celtic Princess. An evil entity as old as time. Donovan Bramwell is a Dead Walker, a soul who walks on the dark side of life, and the heir to an ancient Celtic vampire kingdom and the Protectorate, a secret society of vampires and humans who protect the mortal realm from evil Dead Walkers. But Donovan is harboring a deadly secret-he's the one soul capable of destroying the very world he was born to protect. Now his greatest enemy has returned and Donovan is determined to save the Protectorate, even if it mean's sacrificing his own soul. Born a royal Celt with Vampyric blood, Iceni lost her family and her tribe to the Romans and the deadly vampires who befriended the Empire. Iceni now has the chance to finally avenge her parents' deaths and take back the sacred relic housing her father's ancient powers. In order to do so, she needs Donovan Bramwell to join her cause. But first she must first convince the Protectorate heir she's not the enemy. Suffering from a bite gone wrong, Vastos-a Vampyric prince and Dead Walker as old as time-is determined to cure the ailment afflicting his soul. But to do so, he must fight his greatest antagonist, Donovan Bramwell, the one soul keeping him alive and yet killing him at the same time. Vastos has two choices: Conquer the Protectorate and take the throne away from Donovan, or destroy Iceni and take full control of her father's powers. And to a Dead Walker vampire running out of time, choosing one option over the other really doesn't matter.
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