By David McAfee
The exciting sequel to the 2010 horror bestseller, 33 A.D.
Britannia, sixty one A.D. For ten years, Taras has lived within the younger urban of Londinium, feeding off the city’s underbelly. yet now Theron, his previous enemy, has come searching for revenge, and Taras’ nights of dwelling in relative peace are approximately to end.
Yet no longer even Theron can slip into city not noted, and the Council of 13 sends Ramah to accommodate the 2 renegades as soon as and for all. yet unknown to the Council, a miles older enemy can also be in Londinium, and this time even the nice Ramah is probably not safe.
Set opposed to the backdrop of the Iceni rebellion in Roman-era Britannia, sixty one A.D. keeps the tale of Taras, Theron, and Ramah, as they try their manner via history.
"61 A.D. starts speedy and doesn’t decelerate for a minute, with new characters and wildly interesting twists that would have McAfee enthusiasts screaming for the subsequent quantity. hugely recommended."
--Jeremy Bishop, number one Amazon.com horror bestselling writer of TORMENT and THE SENTINEL.
David McAfee is the writer of the 2010 bestselling horror novel, 33 A.D., in addition to a number of different horror titles at the moment to be had on Amazon Kindle and in other places. sixty one A.D. is the stick with as much as his debut, and he's presently engaged on a collaborative novella with Jeremy Robinson that includes one in all Robinson’s characters, Bishop. the subsequent novel within the Theron and Taras storyline can be published in 2012.
David lives in Tennessee along with his spouse, daughter, and youngster son.
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David McAfee August 14, 2011 Prologue She enjoyed this part the most. The part where they started to scream. It didn’t matter how old or how strong they were, when she started to work her particular brand of magic, they all screamed. Even the tough ones; the ones who thought they could hold out and be strong. The ones who thought they were stronger than she was. Those types usually screamed loudest of all. Of course, that could be because she was harder on them than the ones who cooperated, but it didn’t matter.
She asked. “They don’t even know you are here. When you failed to report to the Council this evening, how much time do you think they wasted looking for you? None, I’ll wager. You are nothing to them, Agnor. Nothing. They will replace you without a moment’s thought on where you might be. That bastard Herris has probably already seen to it. You owe him nothing, and The Father even less. Why suffer longer than you must? Tell me what I need to know. Where is Ramah? ” Agnor quieted and turned to look at her.