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Blood Of The Eternal Moon by [Oneill, Simon]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2368 KB
  • Print Length: 299 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Simon Oneill; 2 edition (2 Mar. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00U7XTIB2
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #819,185 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
Blood of the Eternal Moon
By Simon Oneill
This is a vampire story that takes you into the mind and memory of Eternal and Edouard. A trip that held me spell bound as I read and I could not put the book down. These lovers have come down through time to fight the final fight. She to become Eternal and he to be at her side and save her. The vivid pictures created by the words in this story ran through my mind and into my own dreams. Read and see how Eternal has come into existence and the man Edouard her chosen her true mate has followed her in time to be born and die again and again. This time will the two win and escape the every day world of mortals to become two of the eternals or will they be lost again in time. The words took me back into their history and then held me spellbound in the present. I began to wonder if she were seriously mad pulling Edouard into her madness. Then as the story evolved I find that she is Eternal and he her chosen mate. They have been born over and over to live and fight and die losing what they desire. You will have to read to find out for yourselves how this story ends. I promise you that you will not be disappointed in the journey. Simon Oneill ‘s story is masterful and you are in for a journey you will not soon forget.
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"The sweetest music he had ever heard slowly evaporated from his memory like the dying sighs of a thousand angels."
Eternal - Delicate Rose - Petite Fleur, is a woman with a fractured mind from the horrid savagery she witnessed at the hands of her pursuer, Count Lucien.
This gothic, dark, poetic tale leads us through the twisted mind of this poor woman as she is entrapped in the bowels of an insane asylum reminiscent of Dante's Inferno.
She and the Count share a commonality, they exist in a perpetual dance of love and hate, mutual obsession. Both are inhabited by the souls of ancients entwined in an age-old battle for her precious, eternal blood. Through snatches of broken memory we learn Eternal has been pursued by the Count in all his incarnations across ancient Europe, the two of them leap-frogging into one life after another, each vying for that magic moment when her blood will bring forth its gift of eternal life.
"He heard that word again - "Eternal" - carried on a breeze of subconscious design."
This lost soul plays the role of Madonna, bearing aspects of pure innocence and the predatory succubus. Through the centuries she has seduced kings, queens, statesmen, and all manner of rulers. A muse inspiring artists to greatness, forging conquerors from average men, she is a living paradox, the woman every man wants but can never truly have.
Simon Oneill crafts a lyrical and disturbing story in the grand fashion of Edgar Allan Poe, told from the perspective of tortured souls with dual personalities. The characters are colorful, lively, despicable, yet still lovable in their human frailty.
A genre-bender, the story is definitely not what you would ever expect. A clever world where nothing and no one is what they seem, a world mired in grey morality where villains and heroes trade places like schizophrenics.
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What could be more tasty, and lusty for that matter, than a vampire novel set in France just before the great depression. Witches, demons - with throbbing members full of puss – frequent the places where Delicate Rose is incarcerated and sexually tormented and tortured. At first, I was surprised by the shifts in time of the story mainly because I am not usually a vampire novel reader. Quickly I realized the changes in time helped explain the past and its relationship to the present of the main characters. I especially liked the way the writer grounded the story with the appearance of people from the times. One I recognized was Picasso. Surprising discoveries punctuate this dark tale of swords gouging out eyes and slashing bellies open while an underlying sexual intensity breaks through the surface in explicitly gruesome details. Most upsetting for the characters, for this reader, was the way that the world of vampires is full of angst and seemingly hopeless situations from which characters must extricate themselves. Last, but not least, the writing in this book surprises on the high quality side. It is beautifully constructed and plotted. Even the absurd scenes become believable. No serious vampire lover should miss it. Lord Byron would have appreciated the tale, if he ever admitted to his touches of vampire madness.
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This is a great vampire novel (set in 1925 in France), with just the right mix of gore, fear, menace, hideousness and sexual bluntness, and graphically-written scenes of hunter and hunted, aggressor and victim, pursuer and pursued, the Count and Delicate Rose engaged in their life-and-death struggles. Delicate Rose is fleeing from her vampiric past and torment, looking for salvation and rescue at the hands of her true love, if she can find him. At different times she is imprisoned in a castle or a psychiatric institution, seemingly peopled by demons and witches. As she flees from the Count she pieces together fragmented memories of what has happened to her. Through the author's great use of time-shifts to explain and give greater depth, we often go back to follow the origins of their stories, and the links between them. We also meet Edouard, a psychologist, who is enraptured by Delicate Rose and whose own destiny is intertwined with hers. There is also an amusing and clever rubbing of shoulders with famous figures of that epoch, such as Picasso and Max Shreck (of Nosferatu fame). Indeed the triangular struggle between the Count and Delicate Rose, and her true love, reverberates and echoes down history, bringing in allusions to such characters as Boudicca, Cleopatra and William Wallace. But it is the chase at the heart of this story, with its allied themes of imprisonment, concealment, exposure and capture, which keep the reader riveted throughout. The novel rises to a rousing finale with twist-and-turn struggles between, on the one hand, Lucien and Jacques, and, on the other, our heroine and Edouard. We are kept on the edge of our seats with the swaying fortunes of the quartet. A great vampire novel, with scenes of slaughter, gore and mayhem, and great, graphically-expressed sex. Not to be missed.
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