Monday, April 30, 2012

AN ENDLESS HUNGER by Narcisse Navarre



My friend Narcisse Navarre has done it again!

She wrote a cool vampire story called An Endless Hunger. This vampire is a real monster! This book is unique because you get to know what he is thinking and feeling as he hunts in New York City. This guy and Dracula have a lot in common. Narcisse really knows how to write scary, creepy shit and this is her best stuff yet. If you want to read a really good story about a scary vampire you should buy this book. It will give you nightmares. Best of all, she got smart and used me for the cover and her video! She also generously gave me a code to share with you to buy her book for only $2.00 instead of $2.99.


Here is The trailer we shoot in Central Park and New York Subway:




Go here (https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/151643) to buy An Endless Hunger and enter this code: NK79J Buy it quick because the discount ends on May 4.

DESCRIPTION:

New York City's oldest resident hasn't aged a day. Beneath his youthful facade lurks an ancient menace. Experience the nightmare of eternal damnation through the depraved psyche of a nameless villain.
Lose yourself in this antihero's shattered mind as he drifts between past and present, dreams and reality. In the tradition of Gothic vampire horror, An Endless Hunger is a poetic and harrowing journey told in a daringly provocative voice—that of the monster.


10 comments:

  1. Thank you for lending your awesome sexiness to this project Andrei! xo

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  2. Thanks for posting this. It's not available on Amazon for people living in the UK, so I bought it from Smashwords. I will post about it in my blog but so far I like it.
    Awesome trailer by the way!

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    1. Thanks for checking it out! I have a feeling it will be available on Amazon in the UK very shortly. Working on the trailer was super fun.

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    2. Thanks for replying! And I'm always on the hunt for new books to read. Murder, violence, vampires... you have my undivided attention.
      I will write a review when I finish reading the book and by the way I've already recommended it to some of my friends.

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  3. Thank you so much! Looking forward to see what you thought of it :)

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    1. As promised, here's the link:

      http://lanameen.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/recommended-to-read-endless-hunger-by.html

      I hope you like it :)

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    2. Hi Svetlana! I tried to leave a comment on your blog but it didn't let me. Thank you for taking a chance on my book. I am so glad you enjoyed it. The review is awesome. I am on twitter @Khajj and facebook http://www.facebook.com/narcissenavarre in case you want to connect.

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  4. Hi Narcisse! Thank you for replying!
    All comments are moderated regretfully because of some stalker problems (on-line and in real life) I've been having for the past 6 months.
    Your comment has now been published. Feel free to share and use the review as you please.
    I'll find you on Facebook as I don't have a Twitter account.

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  6. Interesting site, work as a model. I suppose you must make a living at this, but have you ever thought about what happens when you get older, what will you do then? Cause you will not be younger always, and your are not that young now for the modeling world. Seems it must be a fun business but also seems really kind of immature, but live in fantasy as long as you can I guess.

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