Into The Night & The Glass Demon: Novellas Volume I

Into the Night is the first story of Volume One of an immersive paranormal saga. Into the Night introduces Samuel on his journey of self-realization and discovery. Samuel is a naïve yet adventurous loner in a world that is in a dark place. Vampires scour the lands at night hunting, Barbarians randomly attack villages and townsfolk during the day. Samuel grew up hearing about these incidents but not seeing them for himself. Samuel is oblivious to what is about to take place.

In one of the towns, he meets Valencia, a confident, streetwise, and worldly vampire slayer who is bewildered that Samuel has managed to stay alive for so long. Valencia is attracted to Samuel’s innocence and optimism, something that she lost long ago.

What I loved the most about Jerry J.C. Veit’s story is the bond between Samuel and Valencia and the humorous dialogue between them. At times I felt the same feelings of frustration that Valencia felt towards Samuel’s ignorance and naivety. J.C. Veit has created memorable characters in this first installment of this action-packed adventure.

The Glass Demon is the second novella in the book. This is a completely different story from the first. The Glass Demon is a chilling story that follows William Corgel through a demonically haunted house that feels supremely ominous. It is just them against that horrible world and its comforting for readers to know they are safe together.

J.C. Veit is great at immersing readers in fantastical worlds and settings and making them feel what the main characters feel. I felt like I had no clue what was happening next and I love that in a story. Readers who enjoy original story lines and read supernatural adventures / thrillers filled with vampires, barbarians and well portrayed action will enjoy this novella.

Pages: 285 | ASIN : B0BK5LLV3K

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