Blood of Immortality by Andrew Guardamano
The Hunter Everett Chronicles

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Synopsis

"For over half a millennium, the Empire of the Vampyres stood united and unchallenged. Immortality was their greatest weapon. The world was their playground. But therein lay their greatest weakness; a secret that created their entire race, which also held the power to destroy it.
And so came the dark years in the year 2006 AD when the Source, a tiny but powerful creature whose blood fed their immortality was stolen. With their only lifeline gone, their Empire stood on the verge of collapse, plagued by accelerated aging.
And so the search began, and for five years, all of immortal kind waited in darkness. But in the midst of their desperation facing death, fate would bring the Source to the most unlikely person - a seemingly ordinary nineteen-year-old boy named Hunter Everett.
Loyalties will be questioned. Friendships will be challenged. Love will be tested. This is his story, this will be his legacy."
 

About Andrew Guardamano

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Andrew Guardamano is a Filipino-Canadian author currently living in Edmonton, Canada. The son of Laudimer and Rose Guardamano and older brother to Andromeda Guardamano, he immigrated to Canada with his family at the age of eleven from Bacolod City, Philippines in 1998. Andrew attended and graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, earning a degree in Biological Sciences with a minor in Psychology. His true passion lies in the world of writing and the art of immortalizing his imagination on paper and other mediums. Blood of Immortality is Andrew's first full-length novel and published work. The story of Hunter owes much of its roots to the endless folklores and legends that Andrew grew up, passed down primarily from his grandfather. These age-old stories continue to be the most powerful sources of his inspiration. His natural passion and curiosity for creating worlds never before imagined is what drives him to continue in his life-long passion for writing.
 
Published March 16, 2012 by BookBaby. 602 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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