✓ Blood for the Sun || · PDF Download by Ñ Errick Nunnally

  • Title: Blood for the Sun
  • Author: Errick Nunnally
  • ISBN: 9781939392848
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback

  • After than one hundred and forty years, Alexander Smith is suffering from memory loss that plagues him like a supernatural Alzheimer s He has lasted longer than most by clinging to the love he has for his adopted daughter, the vampire Ana, and puzzling out cases of missing or murdered children Without them, he wouldn t be able to ignore the ghost of a child from hisAfter than one hundred and forty years, Alexander Smith is suffering from memory loss that plagues him like a supernatural Alzheimer s He has lasted longer than most by clinging to the love he has for his adopted daughter, the vampire Ana, and puzzling out cases of missing or murdered children Without them, he wouldn t be able to ignore the ghost of a child from his guilty past or fight the whispers goading him to kill On his latest job, he s stumbled upon a vampire conspiracy that has left a trail of child murders up and down the East Coast a conspiracy that promises inoculation against the sun If true, the conspirators success would mean a bloody conflict, altering the balance between humans and the supernatural forever Losing of his mind every day, Alexander has two impossible tasks ahead of him if the world is to survive stop the vampire coven and reconnect with his humanity.
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    This was an incredibly inventive novel, and a different twist on the paranormal/supernatural genre. Alexander Smith is a very interesting protagonist, a shapeshifter/werewolf who is suffering from some kind of memory loss/schizophrenia type issues. He is the first to admit that he is a monster who has done horrible things, yet he is working to help the police solve serial-killer murders. The writing is good and the premise is unique. The reason I didn't love the book is that Alexander's mental i [...]

    David Price
    Explore the dark secrets of Boston's underground supernatural community. Alexander Smith is an old werewolf with a sort of supernatural Alzheimer's. Despite that, he has to solve a series of ritual child murders that are occurring in Boston. I thoroughly enjoyed Alexander's visits to all the various occult locales in Boston such as magical safe houses, alchemy labs, mystical book stores and a celestial dragon's den in Chinatown as Alexander hunts down clues to solve the dark mystery. This is the [...]

    Christopher Irvin
    A killer debut for Errick Nunnally in a series that deserves long run. I'm a big fan of werewolves, and Nunnally does them justice in BftS with Alexander, an old werewolf with a unique problem - he suffers from a sort of dementia/ alzheimers due to his age. It's a fantastic attribute for Alexander to have to struggle with over a series and I can't wait to see what Nunnally comes up with next. For horror and urban fantasy fans, this is a book you'll want in on.

    Frankie Washington
    I just finished reading Blood For The Sun and have to say that this novel really captures the essence of Boston. I really enjoyed the character development and was impressed by the interesting take on the shape-shifter & vampire mytho. The author is very detail and supplies a lot of information about these species and the "other" beings that inhabit this unique world. I definitely look forward to reading the sequel to this wonderful novel.

    Recipe for a good novel: take one old supernatural being, with a condition akin to Alzheimer's. Give him a guilty conscience and a mission of trying to help kids in danger. Stir in a horrific crime, and force the protagonist to engage with a host of dangerous beings, natural and un, to solve the crime. Have him at all times try to remember who he is and what he's doing, with a not-quite-buried rage that wants to burst out in a destructive tidal wave. Add lots of action, magic, and mystery as spi [...]

    Errick Nunnally's debut novel is an intense ride through the streets of Boston as we follow Alexander Smith, a shapeshifter afflicted with memory loss. This proves troublesome at times as he tries to solve the murder of a child in the projects. What he ultimately uncovers is that this is only one in a series of murders that stretch out over most of the Eastern Seaboard - all part of a plan by a coven of vampires who seek to change the world, and Smith finds himself racing against time to end the [...]

    Stephen Dorneman
    Alexander Smith is an old shapeshifter whose memory is becoming more and more tattered as he arrives in Boston, driven to help save children by events from his own murderous past. Nunnally takes what, in other hands, can be tired tropes of urban fantasy (vampires and werewolves at war, evil wizards conducting world-shattering rituals) and makes them both fresh, and very clearly his own (well, with a few echos of Jim Butcher's Dresden Files. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.). I have a few [...]

    Nick Cato
    Full review on 3/28 at thehorrorfictionreviewspo

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    I read my first vampire novel when I was in high school. It was Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” and I read it in the bright sunlight during the summer. It terrified me. Since that time, I have read scores of books about vampires and shape shifters. They all adhere to the basic tenets of what these creatures can and cannot do; all mapped out by a 19th century Irishman who was picking and choosing from folklore and tall tales of Vlad the Impaler. Anne Rice changed the rules a little with Lestat, mak [...]

    Lindsey Kay
    Werewolves. Vampires. Detective mysteries. Mayan mysticism. Etc.This book read a bit like a love letter to a fandom, with little elements from some of the greats of genre fiction sprinkled throughout a very visceral telling of a greatly disturbing tale. One of the most amazing things about it is that after finishing the book I wasn't even sure how much I liked the main character- he read like all of the things I like the least about James Bond (the sex drive and self-involvement, the callous att [...]

    Darby Karchut
    Blood for the Sun is one packs-a-wallop-on-every-page kind of read. And I’m not talking just the action scenes (more on this later). No, it was the emotional, introspective quieter moments where the author’s talents really shine. Alexander (not Alex) Smith’s struggles with memory loss, guilt, and the relentless Beast that tries to claw it’s way out of his heart, makes this character so very human. Which is weird, because he’s isn’t human. Not really. But he kind of is. I can’t say [...]

    G.G. Silverman
    I only write reviews for books that I like, because, as a fledgling author, I know how hard it is to sell books, and would never want to hurt another author's sales potential. The truth is, since learning more about writing during my own journey to becoming an author, I rarely finish most books that I start. Why? Because they don't pass the test. The first few pages have to hook me, the middle has maintain my interest, and the end has to wow me.I'm happy to report that Errick Nunnally's book, BL [...]

    This is a truly excellent debut novel, taking the classic images of werewolves and vampires and giving them new life (well, unlife). As the book summary says, the protag has been around so long that he is dealing with an advancing cognate of Alzheimer's. This is what really makes the book utterly fascinating; while the supernatural character using their skills to work as something like a detective is a standard trope, don't let that fool you into dismissing it, as Nunnally delivers life and imme [...]

    Paul McNamee
    Alexander Smith is a werewolf who is ancient enough (140 years old and counting) that he is afflicted by an Alzheimer's like memory loss. Working as a police consultant is a double-edged sword. The mental stimulation helps keep his mind from deteriorating, but sudden short term forgetfulness also puts him in harm's way more than once. Brought in on a case of child murder in the projects of Boston, he soon finds himself embroiled in a supernatural plot and winds his way through the supernatural u [...]

    Jan S
    One could categorize this book as dark urban fantasy and not be far off, but Nunnally's taken a recognizable subgenre of fantasy and shot it around a corner. Blood for the Sun combines the best elements of dark fantasy, horror, urban fantasy and noir fiction into a smooth blend that stays coherent throughout. Alexander Smith is an anti-hero with a desire to do better, but he has a little problem: he's an amnesiac werewolf. There's a vampire coven scheming to make a power grabd some of them can w [...]

    I found this debut novel to be a darkly fun, engaging read. An original spin on the werewolf trope coupled with a gritty yet thought-provoking voice ensured my enjoyment. My highest praise is for the descriptive passages throughout; the author painted concise pictures of what was happening as the protagonist, Alexander, moved through the story, be it his observations of place and people, locales, and combat scenes. A very nice rhythm to it all, in my estimation. Well done, sir!

    Suzanne Kelly
    This is not a genre I usually read but the author is a former co-worker and I think he's very talented in many areas, so why not try it? I liked it way more than I thought I would. When pieces of Alexander's memory would be mislaid, the descriptions left me uneasy. I could identify with it all too well. There are some really exciting passages that although I felt I should be repulsed, I was not. And I liked the door the author left open for more to follow. Very nice.

    A twist on the usual paranormal mystery in that the author combines a lot of mythology and the usual ideas about sorcerers, werewolves, and vampires and puts his own spin on it. My only issue is that the book throws out quite a bit of information all at once that could have been spread over several books, but it will be interesting to see if the author comes up with a sequel.

    The book blurb pretty much spoiled all the mystery in this story. I think that's why I struggled to get through it.

    This was a solid story but not the kind of book you can't put down. There was something slightly off about the writing style which I put down to it being a debut novel. Readable but not riveting.

    Vampire with Alzheimers, just doesn't work for me although it started out with a great premise.

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