Mercian Trilogy: Blood - K. J. Wignall Reviews
Description:ISBN 1405258608 / Genre: Horror / Author: K. J. Wignall / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2011-09-05 by Egmont Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... Wignall is the first book in the Mercian Trilogy and when I first picked the book up I thought 'would this be another typical ... more
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by - written on 18/03/12, updated on 18/03/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
---Book synopsis--- I do not remember being bitten. I wish I did, for then I would know the creature who did this to me and I would have a purpose, to track him down and repay him for the poisoned gift he gave me. Back in the Thirteenth Century, Will was destined to be Earl of Mercia, although he never lived to inherit his title. In the centuries that follow, Will has led a lonely life, learning to deal with whatever the present day throws at him, always searching for answers but never finding any. Until this time, when he awakens after a 20-year-slumber and befriends a runaway girl, Eloise. With a hungry for the blood that sustains his undeath and ... Read the complete review
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