Fangs and Magic and Nailah the Egyptian Vampire Sorcerer by Vianka Van Bokkem

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"Fangs and Magic: Killed by a Vampire" " I don’t know how long time had passed; I woke up not feeling anything. I was not wearing my jacket but I was not cold. I looked around and saw a body on the snow. I recognized the clothes right away; it was me and I was dead! I saw some people coming my way; it was my parents, Alain, and Laura. They started crying when they saw my body; mom fainted. I am here! I screamed as loud as I could, but I realized they couldn't see me or hear me. I was a ghost! The vampire did not turn me into one of them. I was not even good enough for him to keep me. "Nailah the Egyptian Vampire Sorcerer" I was born in a wealthy Egyptian family one stormy night. According to my father it was not a good sign from the gods. Egyptians believed in magic and almost every man woman and child in Egypt who could afford it wore a charm or talisman. As soon as I was old enough; my parents hired a famous old sorcerer to teach me magic spells, and potions. I was turned into a vampire when I was nineteen - years old. My name is 'Nailah' and this is my story.

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Published December 12, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 326 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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