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   Hunting Shadows, by Melissa J. Vivigatz  
 
  Novel, first publication in December 2001
 
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      A vampire tale unlike all the rest. An esoteric, fantasy saga, enter a green, tropical jungle world that’s not as primitive as it seems.

    Meet Drexus Tavosn: scarred hunter, rueful philosopher, outcast. To him the vine jungle was sanctuary, the land beautiful, its savagery simple and direct. Then a mysterious poison came, spreading madness and death.

    To find the cure and protect those he loved, Drex had to leave the jungle for a place far deadlier. And through the journey’s harsh struggle, the hunter's dreams are haunted by a fire-eyed demon of long fangs and talons: a nightwalker on a planet in which the nights last for three days--Or is it the psychic manifestation of the mysterious plague, one that drives it’s victims murderously insane before it kills them?

    Through prophesy, bigotry, politics and betrayal, Drex struggles to purge the world of the descending madness--if he can escape the grasp of the demon in his own soul first…

     
     
      Part of series  
     
     
  • Drexus Tavosn Saga (#1)

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  • Dreams - Nightmares
  • Horror - Terror
  • Plague - Disease - Epidemic - Virus
  • Vampires - Vampirism

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