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Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider Paperback – November 13, 2009
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"Nonstop thrills, totally original mythos, and a lightning-paced plot make this the most unique vampire novel ever written." --The Book Pedler
"A fast-paced, action-packed, and exciting vampire thriller!" --Marcia Freespirit, CEO JimSam Inc Publishing
"From the first word, Maze's passion for crafting a gripping vampire tale takes center stage. This book is a must have for those seeking a real refreshing vampire novel" --Stephen Knight, Amazon Reviewer --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Fair Warning: This novel is horror fiction presented from a biblical worldview conceived and created by a Messianic Jew.
I hope you love this story that I've cooked up for you! ~ Ellen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top Customer Reviews
The depth of the characters, the solid theology, a this-could-really-happen storyline, and the self-examination brought about by this reading left me wanting to meet these people, help their efforts, and encounter their God. I truly admonish all to join the chase and seek the Rabbit.
Yes, Rabbit wlll shake your world. There is only one bit of advice to be given: READ THIS ONE!
Marked by the blood of an elder, the rabbit has been released for every hungry vampire to enjoy.
Becoming an inadvertent threat to a race of vampires known as the Rakum, Beth Rider now finds herself running from the very monsters that made her novels a hit. Chasing her is Jack Dawn, a brutal elder, with intentions of eliminating her slowly and painfully. To ensure his plan is successful he marks Beth with his own blood so every vampire can smell her out and have a little fun themselves. There is no escape for Beth Rider...or is there?
Along her harrowing path she confronts enemies and discovers allies when it seems none are there. Will it be enough to save her? Can she escape the clutches of a homicidal vampire?
In "Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider," the chase is on. Will Beth survive?
From the first word, Ellen C. Maze's passion for crafting a gripping vampire tale takes center stage. Instantly, you are immersed in the action and underworld of the Rakum. With each passing page, it is virtually impossible not to care for Beth and her allies in "Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider." You will find yourself connecting with them on multiple levels.
"Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider" delivers a fresh new twist to vampire lore. The strength of the plot carries it from page to page as all the pieces fall into place, painting an exciting tapestry. This book is a must have for those seeking a real, refreshing vampire novel.
Author Ellen C Maze's debut novel, is sure to take the world by storm. I see a bright future for this up and coming author.
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either this is a Christian story about vampires, or it's a vampire story about Christians.
If that offends thee, stop right here! Move along - this tale is not for you! But if tales of the undead at war with ultimate Good tickles your interest, by all means, check out "Rabbit."
Author Ellen Maze herself is fascinating individual who could have stepped from the pages of her novel. She is a Messianic Jew who lives in Alabama. Sounds like a mythical creature? Turns out, she's mystical instead.
Much of Ellen's research comes out of her heritage. Her vampires are called "Rakum," based on an old Hebrew word. And make no mistake: these vampires are not the romantic milksops of "Twilight" variety. The predators Ms. Maze dreams up would eat them for breakfast.
"Rabbit's" blood-suckers are ancient creatures of biblical proportions.
The center of good is the title character, Beth Rider. And "rabbit" refers to the state in which she is transformed by a powerful vampire.
Beth Rider is a novelist, and her most recent effort has offended an ancient and powerful force. He captures the puny human and transforms her into prey that all the brethren will scent from afar. They are overcome with the desire to slake their thirst on her blood.
We know what rabbits do. They run!
But in Beth's attempt to survive, she finds an unexpected ally among the Rakum. And she learns that she possesses a secret weapon - one that not only may save her life, but threaten the entire race of ancient monsters.
This story adheres to a religious POV and if the reader is either not prepared for it, or simply does not agree with the general inferences or beliefs, then they will be in for a very bumpy ride. Because of this, audiences will either be alienated or confirmed. It leaves little room for interpretation or alternative possibilities. Generalizations about gender and sexuality are implied as well as attitudes towards homosexuality.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What are the chances that Ellen would be feeling “givey” on the same day I’d be feeling “getty”? Well probably not that statistically improbable, but I am so glad that Lil Roni... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amy Sauder
60 feet of metal spring drooped languidly around my feet. I had accidentally pulled the starter cord on my leaf-blower all the way off and opened the motor to try to fix it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by LaserJock
An awesome Christian vampire book. It takes you on one adventure to the next adventure on every chapter when you read it.Published on August 23, 2014 by Adam, Jr.
I have to admit, I was very excited about this book. I was intrigued by the premise that a vampire novel could have a Christian point of view, and I had to see how the author did... Read morePublished on July 4, 2013 by Karina Harris
If you like/liked Twilight or Anne Rice books, you will LOVE Ellen C McCraney Maze's book, Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider... Read morePublished on June 10, 2013 by Bridgette Hester
Ellen Maze is a brilliant story teller and puts a unique twis on the vampire legend. This is a good read for fans of Chritian literature or mainstream fans alike.Published on November 6, 2012 by The Raven
Read another Christian Vampire book and wanted more! Ellen really delivers! Great story about Gods pursuing Love to those who we'd normally consider lost and without hope! Read morePublished on November 5, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Beth Rider has written a story. Unbeknownst to her, the novel is having a profound impact on an old race of beings known as the Rakum. Read morePublished on October 27, 2012 by Jennifer