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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / Historical
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Order of the White Guard
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:328
  • eBook ISBN:9781613182444

The Order of the White Guard, Book One: Lito's Children

by Wendy Schardein and Bryan Schardein

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Overview
In the year 1223, the Catholic Church establishes the Order of the White Guard to contend with unique foes that are a far cry from those of the Knights Templar: vampires. The members of the order are exceptional themselves. They're garou -- werewolves. Ireland teems with vampires, more than any other country, and the House of Blevins stands between the creatures and their hapless victims. With weapons of silver, they are the scourge of the undead. Only one, a powerful and insane elder vampire, continually escapes their grasp, and stopping him may exact a terrible price. The volatile relationships of the garou set the backdrop for a spellbinding tale of good versus evil, logic versus emption, and reason versus madness.
Description
In the year 1223, the Catholic Church establishes the Order of the White Guard to contend with unique foes that are a far cry from those of the Knights Templar: vampires. The members of the order are exceptional themselves. They're garou -- werewolves. Ireland teems with vampires, more than any other country, and the House of Blevins stands between the creatures and their hapless victims. With weapons of silver, they are the scourge of the undead. Only one, a powerful and insane elder vampire, continually escapes their grasp, and stopping him may exact a terrible price. The volatile relationships of the garou set the backdrop for a spellbinding tale of good versus evil, logic versus emption, and reason versus madness.
About the author
Wendy Schardein is an online transcriptionist who has been writing for more than twenty years. This is her first published work. Bryan Schardein is a software engineer who coaches chess and sometimes teaches martial arts in his rare moments of free time. While he has published several white papers and technical articles, this is his first work of fiction. They have been married since 2005 and live in Louisville, Kentucky, in a big, loud, crowded, messy, happy house with Wendy's mother, three teenagers, two dogs, a ghost, two part-time ducks, and a partridge in a pear tree.
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