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An Endless Hunger Paperback – April 13, 2012
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From the Author
I began writing An Endless Hunger in the summer of 1998 and worked on it slowly for nearly ten years. It could be said that this story is what started it all.
An Endless Hunger is an abstract read that will leave you full of questions, as damnation should.
About the Author
Narcisse Navarre was born in Habana, Cuba in 1975. She grew up surrounded by nature in a world nearly devoid of media. Prompted by her father's nightly tales of the Greek Gods, folklore and magic, Narcisse's imagination blossomed into an extraordinary force in her life.
In 1984 she emigrated to the United States where she was able to realize her dream of becoming an artist, poet and author. Narcisse is an avid world traveler and adventure seeker. Whether she is wreck diving, zipping through jungles or strolling through Roman ruins, Narcisse is always looking for way to incorporate her experiences into her writing.
Narcisse has just finished co-authoring a fantasy novel called Tendrils of Fate which will be available soon. For more information visit: inksorcery.com
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The writing sucks you in and keeps you reading. I hate this character unlike any other I have read. He is a monster.
And yet it was impossible NOT to read - no matter how dark the journey became. And it got pitch black at points!
The protagonist has a unique, surreal and utterly intriguing point of view.
Unsettling at it's lightest - nightmare inducing at its darkest.
It is a voice that lingers long after the last page.
How he felt when playing with his victims, how he loathed them, yet much more himself. The brightness he found was even more of a curse as his beautiful 'gold' taunted and tried to drive the madness around him to inside.
No life lived in this being but the life that went on around him could only be answered by the call of death, such a treat for a vampire to truly be one and not some romanticized caricature. This being had darkness for cover, not because it was the opposite of day but because there was an absence of light.
I do certainly hope Narcisse Navarre continues his story.
Definitely a page-turner-- the reader will find himself hard-pressed to put this gem down.
The hunger and lust of the vampire is felt...
and the sadness and confusion of his existence at the end.