Growing up in a remote region of the Ural Mountains in Romania, Sorina Lazarovici has heard a thousand stories of vampires, werewolves, demons and monsters. The rest may be nothing more than silly superstition, but she knows for a fact that monsters are real. She should know; the cursed thing has been hunting her family to near extinction for generations. Once it has finished her off, it will have succeeded.
She soon finds herself relying on someone that is nothing more than a thief and a murderer to save her. He may be the last person on Earth she wants help from, but she is drowning in a sea of despair. When you’re drowning, you’ll grasp onto any hand that offers assistance, even if you believe your throat will be alter being pulled from the water.
Some consider him a thief and a murderer, some the greatest friend anyone could ever have. Despite his name, Thor Odinsson is not a God. A God would have more answers than questions. He is not a hero. A hero is someone to be emulated: something he could never be. He’s just a man struggling to make sense of his senseless situation. Everyone keeps telling him who and what he is. He keeps telling himself that the thousand-year-old curse placed upon his family isn’t real, but it appears he may be wrong.
Now that he has the chance to end his suffering, he must choose between redemption and revenge. One path will save his soul. The other will save everyone he loves.
My name is B. D. MacCallum. I am an American writer, currently living in the mid-west.
I believe that life is a never-ending adventure. For me, the adventure is meant to be shared with the ones that mean the most to you. There is nothing more important to me than my family. They are the ones that keep me centered, and make me believe anything is possible. I enjoy traveling with my family as much as possible, living as locals wherever we go. I love meeting new people, wandering off the beaten path, and sampling different cuisines.
My love of history and working on cars are two passions I hope one day to combine. One wish is to restore a muscle car (preferably, a 1971 Dodge Charger) to factory new condition. I only hope I have the patience for such an undertaking.
I live a pretty active lifestyle: hiking, biking, weight training, climbing and rappelling. For as active as I am, I run only when being chased or attempting to play soccer.