One night late a maintenance man was working in the theatre. As he reached over to turn off the lights, something moved from underneath a tarp and the story was born. Vampire bats flew out and bit him. They never dreamed he would bite back absorbing their power and the sacred blood. In all of the mayhem, an outcast bat and the maintenance man survived, they become friends. This little bat teaches him how to be a vampire and prepare for an army of monsters that are coming to retake the blood of the ancients. Because they are telepathic, they know what he has done and where he is. Now theyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re coming. Hiding in plain sight he continues with his duties night after night the shows go on uninterrupted after all who can he tell? His boss? Doubt that everyone would think heÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s lost his mind. Some trusted coworkers and friends are converted into creatures of the night. They prepare as they struggle to master the abilities they possess while running a theatre every night. A one-way bat plague is sweeping across the land, leaving a path of death and destruction. Revenge burns hot in their blood. There almost here...
|Black and White
|6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)
H. F. Galloway grew up next to the Okefenokee Swamp in South Georgia and would spend most summers at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains on a farm in North Carolina. After turning eighteen years old, he joined the Air Force and became a fire protection specialist. He spent his enlistment in England. After returning to his civilian life, he decided to live in Atlanta. Various restaurants became his world before landing an apprentice job repairing appliances. After ten years, it evolved into building repair and restoring of Victorian homes. Then he got a job at the Fox Theatre where his first book was born. He now lives by the sea, cleaning swimming pools and dabbling once in a while with pen and paper.
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