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The Cries Of Vampira (NOVEL)

The Cries Of Vampira (NOVEL) [Kindle Edition]

Sean H. Robertson

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Inspired by Twilight. A teenage vampire princess sacrifices her life for her true love and her land. A coming of age story of a Vampire heroine.

This completely original vampire epic fantasy has been positively reviewed for movie or TV adaptation by TWO HOLLYWOOD movie studios:

1st Studio CEO: 'The writing is really well done and I think it could certainly make a film series. It would definitely require a large budget to manifest your vision to the screen.' 2nd Studio CEO: 'I enjoyed it, I really did. Get to work on a screenplay. Something will break!'

What's in this series for you? 64,000 powerful words of Historical Fiction-Fantasy/Epic/Romantic escape, far more entertaining, unique, inspiring & affordable than any other series in its category. The Cries Of Vampira saga will make you laugh, cringe, cry, cheer and fill you with HOPE of a better day for all, till the very end!

This saga was inspired by Underworld & the Twilight saga. Please follow @CriesOfVampira now on Twitter, which has 8,000+ followers!

Worldwide rave ratings/reviews via ratings for books in this series:(5 STARS--62) (4 STARS--46) (3 STARS---49) complete saga avg. rating rating: 3.3 of 5 Stars.

The Midwest Book Review of 'The Cries Of Vampira' (December 2011):

At first I did not think I would enjoy this read. I'm not a big one on reading about Vampires and Wolves, but I was surprised. The main characters are the Vampirians and the Grey Wolves. The one group loves everyone and tries to bring peace, the other only wants to destroy, kill and harm. The author definitely shows the two sides in this story. At times it is graphic, bloody, harsh, but yet somehow it is brought all together to show the reader the bottom line. Our author says he has written this book to inspire the young and old that love conquers all hate. I believe he truly showed both sides of the coin in this read and can only hope and pray it will make a difference in lives as they read it. Well done and certainly written with hope for a better tomorrow.

Shirley Johnson
Senior Reviewer

10% of all author royalties of Sean H. Robertson's Amazon Kindle books are donated to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hot-line.

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Saga Tag-line: Virtutis gloria merces! (Glory is the reward of valor)

1) The Cries Of Vampira: The Horror Of Gaad Grey, The Evil Alpha Werewolf (SIX 5-STAR AMAZON REVIEWS. FIFTY 5-STAR GOODREADS RATINGS)

2) BLOODLINES (The Cries Of Vampira #2)

3) NIGHT-BREED (The Cries Of Vampira # 3 -Part One)

4) NIGHT-BREED (The Cries Of Vampira # 3 -Part Two)

5) Descent Of The Greys (The Cries Of Vampira # 4)

Five part novel by Sean H. Robertson, which took place in 12th century Scotland, among Humans (The royal Robertson Clan) & the FIRST VAMPIRES AND WEREWOLVES.

Enjoy the whole NEW, ORIGINAL twist on their wicked origins and what became of their species. With chilling suspense, paranormal romance and EPIC action & adventure, this series is sure to be the next Twilight saga. Follow the lives of royal teen assassin Vampires Princess Kristin, Princess Kylie & Prince Kolbe. Brace yourself for the most unexpected twists and turns, with this very dark fantasy.

Series Cover Art by: Jasmin Waisburd

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 799 KB
  • Print Length: 181 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: 313Wood, LLC (30 April 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007Z9DE4S
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #326,163 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A writer of poems, short stories and songs since the age of ten, Sean H. Robertson has self-published over a dozen high-quality books since November 2010 under his entertainment company 313Wood, LLC. Sean was also an Actor (Co-Star in Detroit 187-Episode Six) & SAG New Media Producer/Co-Star of the international HIT Web Series 'Great Lake State'.

He resides in Michigan, where he enjoys his family and volunteering for various charities.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Violently, agonizingly . . . BORING 20 Jun 2012
By St. WilmaSue The Snarkess - Published on
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First of all, thanks to the author for the free copy of the saga, because I can promise you that I would never, under any circumstances conceivable, have paid money for this book. It's supposed to be YA - and I promise that the YA's that this (supposedly) is written for are all morons.

Somehow, Mr. Robertson takes what should be a breathtaking, interesting set of historically accurate books and made them both banal and boring. These vampires have got to be the most uninteresting, 2 and sometimes uni dimensional characters ever to be trivialized in such a fashion. Princess Kristen is a tough, smart assassin - until she isn't, which happens pretty fast (she gets captured and has to be rescued. YAWN). Prince Kolbe, one of her triplet sibs, is, well, dumb as a box of rocks, although he supposedly is one hunka-hunka well-polished manhood. Princess Kylie is the Eternally Needing Rescue "heroine". Standard swords 'n sorcery fantasy plotline #3.

This is a pretty ambitious undertaking, and I applaud Mr. Robertson for having done so. Unfortunately, his ambition doesn't rise to the challenge, and neither does his writing.

Plot: There's a feud going on between the utterly GOOD vampires and the utterly EVIL werewolves. Werewolves kill King George, who beheads them as he lies dying - and that's a plot point that really bothered me. If there's that sort of blood feud going on, where were the magical wards on the castle and the grounds? Along towards the end, we find that Evil Loki, who has been kicked out of (I presume) Heaven is the one that's been stirring up all the trouble - because (wait for it) the werewolves are his CHILDREN. Kinda like dark angels but with fangs and bad attitudes. Oh, and I forgot to mention that Loki is actually (GASP) SATAN in disguise, and God is not happy with him for causing so much trouble. Which is in the resolution in Book #4.

17 years after The Death Of King George, we find the triplets training to be assassins. In, I'll add, purple costumes with lavender leather boots. More mayhem ensues, more bloody deaths caused by the EBIL werewolves in the form of the son of the dead Alpha. Kidnappings, murder, sword fights, more mayhem - oh, and a bunch of humans that the vampires are protecting, whether the humans want them to or not. Apparently humans share the same evil prejudice against vampires as do the werewolves. SHAME ON THEM. Oh, and some quickie sex action. Barely there, and barely worth mentioning.

The rest of the saga is more of the same, just interchangeable names and undistinguished faces. Oh, and every single, solitary time anybody opens their mouths, the person that they're speaking to or talking about has their ENTIRE title and their ENTIRE name used before the thought is uttered. Banal, boring - and unforgiveable. These are not vampires or werewolves, they're simply cardboard cutouts with no redeeming characteristics.

I plowed through this series because I was hoping for something at least interesting, and I was very disappointed. I found the pacing to be very uneven, the plot nonexistant, the "action" to be, as I said, standard plot #3 (except, of course, it was a lot more savage), the dialogue to creak like a set of arthritic knees, and so purple that it practically bled the colour onto my Android and the editing to be pretty much non-existant as well. Spelling and grammatcial errors GALORE - which, of course, interrupts pacing. By the time I got to Book #4, I was wishing that I had a paper copy so that I could throw it against the wall. You know that you're not enjoying a book or a set of books when counting the mistakes is more fun than reading the book itself is.

This is probably one of the worst-written books it's ever been my misfortune to read. Nothing is explained, from why the humans aren't ever around anywhere, to why the vampires are such goody-goodies (think the Men In White Hats), to why the werewolves are so vicious, to . . . well, I'm sure by now that you get the picture. Too much description of eyes/bodies/hair, and all of it so . . boring. There are far too many of the "Well, Chet, as I was saying" speeches, too much too much TOO MUCH. This is just one big, sloppily written and executed mess. The worst thing that happened was the "redemption" of the werewolves together with their begging to be forgiven by the all-loving, Christian vampires. Sheesh.

I WISH that Mr. Robertson had taken a bit more time and NOT made all of his cake-eating, snake-blood drinking vampires to be such Marty Stus and Mary Sues. I WISH that Mr. Robertson had taken a bit more time to make the characters interesting. I REALLY wish that Mr. Robertson had written a set of books that had a lot more going for it than the historicl references.

Too large a canvas, and too minimal a brush. That's so sad.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Boring 7 April 2013
By K Con - Published on
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This book was boring. It skipped around so much that you didn't know what was going on. I wouldn't recommend this collection .
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Different Kind of Vampire Series! 26 Jan 2013
By Dii - Published on
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Each story in the Cries of Vampira Saga Collection is written as a fairly short, yet detail-filled addition, making for a nice choice when reading time is at a premium. Sean Robertson's take on the old werewolf vs vampire tale has a different flavor, with his own unique style!

Book 1-Although the story takes place in the 14th century, the characters had 'modern' names and instead of all flowery type scenes, there were times when the writing smacked totally of 'in your face' today! Princess Kristin was brave, stood up against evil! A strong roll model for girls!

As the series progresses, there are losses on both sides, and the Good vs Evil, Love vs Hate theme is apparent and well-written. Each book gave enough background from the previous one that you were never lost! Although often having a dark feel, by the last word on that last page, you felt a sense of hope for a future filled with love.

Each character had a distinct personality and it was clear who was evil, no blurred lines! A quick read, with action and tension!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great Vampire/Wolf Book 10 Oct 2013
By Julianne - Published on
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Sweet Sean H Robertson sent me this book and I loved it! If you love vampires and wolves this was a great book!! Full of good action and even love, another must read!!! Set back in old times and I will be reading it again!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars the cries of vampira by sean h robertson 7 Oct 2013
By tina leat - Published on
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The Cries Of Vampira (NOVEL)
The Cries of Vampira Novel by Sean H Robertson is a very good read, it was slow going for me at the start as not my usual type of book, it was my first real vampire/werewolf/super natuarl novel, but saying that i realy enjoyed it.
It has a great story line, is action packed, with lots of twists, turns, shocks and heart stopping moments.
If vampire's/werewolf's and the super natural are not your usual reading material, dont worry you are still going to enjoy the cries of vampira. Trust me just give it a go, you wont be disapainted.
Sean H Robertson is by far still my favourate author and i look forward to his next book.
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