Download or read book The Daughter of Perdition PDF or another Format written by Sarah Stafford and published by Carpe Noctem Press. This book was released on 2021-10-31 with total page 354 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: About The Daughter of Perdition: The final installment of The Dark Angel Trilogy, THE DAUGHTER OF PERDITION resumes where The Handmaiden of Death left off, following the deepening relationship between Fortis and Amber, who embarks on a journey of self-discovery amid new trials and tribulations, culminating with her choosing a path she never imagined. In praise of THE DAUGHTER OF PERDITION: “Once again, this fledgling author has outdone herself by crafting an incredibly nuanced, intricate tale that rivals her debut novel. Dark, raw, and hauntingly beautiful, final installment of The Dark Angel Trilogy is a coming-of-age story of intense depth and emotion that captures the reader from page one and is guaranteed to thrill paranormal romance fans seeking a fresh take on the vampire genre.”--Bethann Rodgers, The Bookish Maven, A Literary Blog About The Dark Angel Trilogy: The Dark Angel Trilogy is a contemporary coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of a city in decline, and follows the life of Amber Marsden, a wayward teen from a broken home who finds herself orphaned on the frozen streets of present-day Detroit. With nowhere left to turn, she takes shelter amid the ruins, only to discover she is not alone in the dark. Full of deep, symbolic prose, The Dark Angel Trilogy is a fast-paced, character-driven series that delves into the human psyche and is geared toward readers seeking a vampire tale with less ‘sparkle’ and a lot more bite. About the Author: Sarah Stafford writes dark contemporary, genre-bending tales that deviate from the typical haunted house trope of gothic fiction. Expect ample suspense, thrills, and reminders that oftentimes monsters abide within us all. No glittery vampires allowed! Sarah lives in Michigan with her husband and three cats, earned her BA in History from Oakland University, and has traveled extensively throughout much of Europe, Asia, and the USA. She credits her abiding obsession with all things dark and macabre from having spent her childhood summers exploring dark woods, ruined castles, and landscapes shrouded in mystery.