VampCon

VampCon by Armand Inezian

“… characters are developed so well that I feel as if I know them.” —5* amazon.com review

“… completely beyond the typical vamp camp.” — 5* amazon.com review

Available in paperback from amazon.com  |  amazon.co.uk

and Kindle: amazon.com  | amazon.co.uk and ePUB: Smashwords | diesel | Kobo | Sony | Barnes & Noble

 

Introducing
the Reluctant Vampire…

Is Jonathan Stoker a descendant of Bram Stoker, the author of vampire
novel, ‘Dracula’? He neither knows nor cares. What matters is that a powerful vampire
thought it would be a great joke to turn a man with that name.

Years later, Stoker lives on as the reluctant vampire, only emerging from the dark
shadows to suck nonlethal quantities of blood from helpless drunks. He’s on the
run from vampire kind, and hiding from his own mortal son who believes him
dead.

Each vampire has a unique ability based upon how they lived their mortal life.
Stoker smoked cigars and now he can hold his breath for an exceptionally long
time. Big deal! Scared and ashamed, he keeps to the shadows.

But he isn’t useless; nor are his powers as weak as he thinks. Stoker is part of a
prophecy and that prophecy is about to come true at the VampCon…

VampCon:
a murderous congregation…

When Stoker is visited by the blind vampire sorceress, Ariel Lockhart, his days of
isolation are over. Ariel  summons  him to the VampCon in Boston, a high stakes meeting
of the most powerful vamps in America. Powerful factions are studying  ancient myths and unlocking the key to the creation of vampire kind… and to their ultimate destruction.

VampCon — it’s a cut-throat summit, a power struggle, a murderous congregation set up by an insane vampire leader who must be obeyed. 

VampCon — is where Stoker begins to learn his destiny, and the true nature of his unique vampire power.

VampCon —  it’s a trap!  No one in; no one out. It’s filled with bloodthirsty vampires and one mortal… Stoker’s son.

VampCon — it’s the end of the world.

Can Stoker, Lockhart, and a small band of troublemakers defy fate and prevent a nightmare from coming true? It doesn’t seem likely, but Stoker’s little band are the world’s only hope.

If you’re tired of Twilight fan fiction and second-rate Anne Rice copyists, read VampCon for the very best of original dark urban fantasy.

 

Out now!

“… best of all it doesn’t feel safe.” — 5* amazon.com review

“I’m a bit of a sucker for vampire stories but this is really different.” — 4* amazon.co.uk review

News

04 July 13: Armand will be at Boston Comic Con August 3rd/ 4th. Look out for him in Artists Alley. Say ‘hi’  and pick up a copy of Vampcon. If you’re very nice, Armand might even sign it.

11 March 13 — Article: 7 facts about Dracula. Did you know that Dracula did his own housework? Now you can thanks to Armand Inezian…

17 nov 12: Interview With a Vampire! Armand interviewed and reads passage from VampCon on CityWide Blackout Radio, a Boston station. Hear him here.

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  4. 53bryanm says:

    This is a great book…with interesting twists and turns; vampires getting together for a convention.

    The main characters are fascinating and it was effortless to like and/or hate them. The plot is complex and attention-grabbing. It isn’t like any other vampire book that is out there now…you don’t know what each chapter will bring…it keeps you involved. It is fast moving and I couldn’t stop reading because I had to find out what was going to happening next. I was so far on the edge of my chair that I fell to the floor. I am kidding about falling but not about the book being so damn good.

    The only this I didn’t like about it was I would have liked to have seen a real convention I think it would have been humorous (like new stuff to make the vamps happier and healthier) but then it isn’t my book and I liked the way it was written and there are all kinds of conventions, i.e., business, comic-con, tech.

    The book is well written and I am eagerly awaiting many more books from Armand…keep them coming I am your #1 Fan!

    Tanks, Melissa

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