Content Warning: recommended for mature readers only. Scenes of intense vampire violence.
It’s not a story about vampires; it’s a story that has vampires in it.
A long time ago, the Abole Vampire Clan was the only existing race of vampires. They were very powerful and well organized. They existed immortal for centuries until the event happened that almost rendered them extinct, but two of them, both females, survived.
One of them from a royalty background and the other a common subject, they take two very different roads. This story follows the path and turning point for one of them, centuries later, in modern times. To complicate matters, she’s caught in an impossible relationship with a human that reminds her of a long lost love. Her name is Maze, pronounced Ma-zay.
Phillip J. (Jazz) Webster, the author of the much-discussed novel, Ten Years, published in 2012, returns with his sophomore novel, Maze, Vampiress. Consistently regarded as a unique writer by his peers, his love for creative writing goes back as far as he can remember. He attributes this love to his mother who was an avid storyteller with a great imagination. His natural ability to resonate his imaginary world into words that all can understand and relate to and his fearless storytelling will surely set the stage for future books, poetry, and projects from this emerging author. Coming soon: Maze, Vampiress, Book 2: The Abole Clan Rises; Ten Years, Book 2: Arias