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The Resistance called him a monster. And Vladimir never denied who he was: a beast, who had turned the world into his ghastly kingdom of ashes and blood. But in their blind vengeance, the Resistance forgot that he was the least of many evils, and darker forces lurked in the shadows. And now, in a bitter twist of fate, the wicked vampire is the only one who can save humanki The Resistance called him a monster. And Vladimir never denied who he was: a beast, who had turned the world into his ghastly kingdom of ashes and blood. But in their blind vengeance, the Resistance forgot that he was the least of many evils, and darker forces lurked in the shadows. And now, in a bitter twist of fate, the wicked vampire is the only one who can save humankind. But it might be too late—he has unleashed an unstoppable horror, and before he can face her, he must confront the sorrows of his own blood-soaked history. Layers of forgotten tales peel off one by one, revealing a rotten core—none of the vampires’ deeds is worse than what humans had done to each other, time and again. When multiple vampire factions across Europe, Asia, and Africa rise up and clash over conflicting ambitions, bonds of friendship shatter, loved ones turn to traitors, and mortal enemies unite under a common cause. Strange forces surface from the distant past, vampires of the ancient world emerging out of myth and legend, turning the tides of war in unpredictable directions. Vladimir and his reluctant allies plunge into a mad rush across the globe to stop the world from falling into an eternal night darker and bloodier than the Nightfall has ever been.


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The Resistance called him a monster. And Vladimir never denied who he was: a beast, who had turned the world into his ghastly kingdom of ashes and blood. But in their blind vengeance, the Resistance forgot that he was the least of many evils, and darker forces lurked in the shadows. And now, in a bitter twist of fate, the wicked vampire is the only one who can save humanki The Resistance called him a monster. And Vladimir never denied who he was: a beast, who had turned the world into his ghastly kingdom of ashes and blood. But in their blind vengeance, the Resistance forgot that he was the least of many evils, and darker forces lurked in the shadows. And now, in a bitter twist of fate, the wicked vampire is the only one who can save humankind. But it might be too late—he has unleashed an unstoppable horror, and before he can face her, he must confront the sorrows of his own blood-soaked history. Layers of forgotten tales peel off one by one, revealing a rotten core—none of the vampires’ deeds is worse than what humans had done to each other, time and again. When multiple vampire factions across Europe, Asia, and Africa rise up and clash over conflicting ambitions, bonds of friendship shatter, loved ones turn to traitors, and mortal enemies unite under a common cause. Strange forces surface from the distant past, vampires of the ancient world emerging out of myth and legend, turning the tides of war in unpredictable directions. Vladimir and his reluctant allies plunge into a mad rush across the globe to stop the world from falling into an eternal night darker and bloodier than the Nightfall has ever been.

43 review for Throne of Blood

  1. 4 out of 5

    Elena May

    As I did with Men and Monsters , I'm planning to use this space to share news on writing and publishing progress. Stay tuned! April 22nd, 2021 Thanks to all Nightfall readers who have been patiently waiting for this book! The wait is almost over. Throne of Blood comes out on June 21st and is already available for preorder. To make the wait easier, I have already started sharing the first chapters. You can read Chapter 1 here. August 4th, 2020 Cover art! I think the cover makes it clear: th As I did with Men and Monsters , I'm planning to use this space to share news on writing and publishing progress. Stay tuned! April 22nd, 2021 Thanks to all Nightfall readers who have been patiently waiting for this book! The wait is almost over. Throne of Blood comes out on June 21st and is already available for preorder. To make the wait easier, I have already started sharing the first chapters. You can read Chapter 1 here. August 4th, 2020 Cover art! I think the cover makes it clear: this is the book where I finally stop pretending the Nightfall series was ever about the humans and give our vampire overlords and overladies the attention they deserve 🧛 Full resolution images and cover reveal on my website. August 2nd, 2020 I'm expecting to get the manuscript back from my beta reader some time next week. Hopefully there won't be too many changes to make! Meanwhile, I've been working together with my cover artist on the design and artwork, and I'll be able to share the cover with you next Tuesday! And I've already shared character artwork for five new vampire characters we meet in Throne of Blood for the first time: Find them all on my website. May 14th, 2020 The manuscript is ready and waiting for a free slot in my beta reader's calendar, and I'm using the time to work on the cover concept design. So many ideas, and I still haven't decided which one fits best and which character(s) I can show on the cover without getting too spoilery! I've also been talking to my cover artist and have commissioned 5 character portraits for new vampires we're going to meet in Throne of Blood. From past books, my favorite character portrait has been Armida's: But now I've seen an early version of one of the new character artworks, and let's just say Armida is in for some competition! In other news, you might have noticed that I've added some of the books settings, including place and year. We visit a lot of places, so I've limited the list to only the settings where we have major scenes. Just a note: the "West Bengal, 222" setting is partially wrong. Should be 222 B.C., but the Goodreads input system somehow ate the "B.C." part 🤔. And the "Bengaluru, 222" setting is 100% wrong. I had written "Bengal," and Goodreads changed it to "Bengaluru" which is nowhere close to Bengal or any other place where the book is set. Now I'm not allowed to delete it, and I don't want to chase and bother poor librarians since I've been bothering them with so much other stuff already. But if anyone sees this and has the permissions, time, and energy to delete the location, I'll be grateful if you do 🤗. All other locations are correct, just some details missing since it was getting too much 😊! May 6th, 2020 Oh, look, we have a blurb now! April 11th, 2020 I originally came in here to share that editing is halfway done, but then I decided to double-check my claims, and yeah, it's not that simple 😒 I have divided the book into 3 Parts: Part One: Threading in Starlight Part Two: Bathing in Moonlight Part Three: Drowning in Sunlight I went through many possible titles for the three parts, but always something was missing. Once I came up with these titles I was really happy because they fit perfectly, both literally and figuratively. I've based this division on themes and story arcs, not length. Yesterday I finished editing Part One, and by today morning I had finished half of Part Two. Both were about 30k words, so I assumed Part Three is similar. Which led me to two conclusions: 1) Yay! I finished editing half the book! 2) Did I actually manage to write a book under 100k words for the first time in my life?? 😨 I had no idea how long Part Three was in total. Chapters were saved in separate scattered files, some with overlapping content (long story.) But now I had a look, and turns out Part Three is close to 50k words. So, long story short, I did not manage to write a book under 100k words. And I am most definitely not halfway done with editing. 😣 Anyway, I'm now really motivated to finish all editing work by the end of the Easter holidays and use all the time I have before going back to work on Tuesday. In the meantime, I've written a blog post on the locations we'll visit together in Throne of Blood. March 8th, 2020 Happy International Women's Day! Last year I lived in a city where this was a public holiday, which gave me a long weekend back then. As expected, I decided to use it for book research! And so, exactly one year ago, I was sitting on the FlixBus to Dresden, on a quest to learn more about Vlad's adventures. The plan was simple: write a short flashback scene, no more than 4-5 paragraphs, that Vlad remembers in the middle of something else. And since I'm a perfectionist, I thought even a short scene requires proper research. I should have known it would backfire... The research went a little too well, and the short scene turned into a full chapter. A long chapter. And this one chapter was one of my favorite things to write. It fits perfectly with the "men and monsters" theme of the previous book, expands on Vlad's characterization, and adds more substance to the reason why the Nightfall happened. Of course, this also means it took much longer to write than initially planned. A LOT has happened in the past year. For many months, I didn't have a spare moment to write. But now things are back on track, an initial version of the book is complete, and I am currently editing. The book still has to go through beta readers / editors after I'm done, but the end is in sight. I'll keep you updated!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Parnita Tolia

    This is the third book in the nightfall series and I AM SO LUCKY TO RECEIVE EARC TO READ THIS AMAZING BOOK!!!! first let me just let out a scream ahskfkvosowoqlxmxksowpwp, ok now I can try reviewing coherently. It's been a while. It may contain tiny spoilers. So this is the third book, and it's starts couple of years after the second book ended, where Tristan is assumed dead/missing (PAIN, PAIN, PAIN but don't worry he comes back!) and humans have succeeded with the day break, and again, are estab This is the third book in the nightfall series and I AM SO LUCKY TO RECEIVE EARC TO READ THIS AMAZING BOOK!!!! first let me just let out a scream ahskfkvosowoqlxmxksowpwp, ok now I can try reviewing coherently. It's been a while. It may contain tiny spoilers. So this is the third book, and it's starts couple of years after the second book ended, where Tristan is assumed dead/missing (PAIN, PAIN, PAIN but don't worry he comes back!) and humans have succeeded with the day break, and again, are establishing civilisations. Most vampires are into hiding or being hunted. Unfortunately , Armida is planning the night fall again and Vlad now , has to find Tristan, avoid stakes through the heart by humans and vampires, and stop Armida and her crazy plan! Can my dude please catch break, actually wait it's his fault , always heading into dangerous situations. We follow Vlad as he recruit's allies and meet old friends (Lucien, my fave crazy scientist) and there are so many new characters, each with rich history! Though I was really hoping the elusive Callisto to make an appearance too, ah well next book? Tristan and Vlad relationship is always like the bickering, centuries old married couple, so lovely to read but with Tristan trauma the dynamics currently , *zips lips* (I loved the little ways the author tried to show he is not ok) but I have FAITH in my ship! They will get THROUGH IT. Or I'll just lock them in room till they solve it. The whole book is so descriptive, it feels as if I was on virtual world tour along with Vladimir (in this pandemic this is the the only traveling I can do) and the author has done amazing research, like there so many different characters from various cultures (both dead and alive) I especially loved the Character, Indira ( a desi Character! her flashback was so much fun to read) Also! I was sorta ready to cry in the end thinking it's gonna end badly for Vlad and Tristan, BUT THANK YOU AUHTOR NIM FOR NOT DOING BAD ENDING. Well sorta of, it's an open ending, and there is a explosive reveal so it gives me hope that nothing will go wrong with my fave vampires. Regarding the reveal , on hindsight the Author had dropped quite a lot of hints, it's my dumb brain not clicking it till last second and then going "omg no wonder!!!!" I wish I could say more but I'm trying to avoid spoiling. Summary is I really enjoyed the book and I am looking forward to the next coz I am so excited to know what happens next!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chandra

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    Alyssa

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    Gary

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    Sara Teague

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    Robyn McGhee

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    Jennifer Posey

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    Malokia

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    Ashley M

  34. 4 out of 5

    aurora.reading

  35. 5 out of 5

    Jen

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  39. 4 out of 5

    rayan

  40. 5 out of 5

    Dana

  41. 4 out of 5

    Duckytwit

  42. 5 out of 5

    Leah

  43. 4 out of 5

    Mishka

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