Scarabus

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9780967922027: Scarabus

Lord of the Damned

Call him Scarabus. Call him the Damned. For over three thousand years the demon known as Scarabus has waged a one-man war on the cult of mad zealots who created him. Able to command the elements around him and change his shape at will, he can appear as a beautiful young man--or as a swarm of bloodthirsty insects. Scarabus exists immortal in time and space, lord of darkness, servant to none.

Now things are changing. Things are becoming. The once proud and loveless demon has grown weary of his endless nights of murder and wandering. In his own words comes the history of a being with no life--and no death. Journey with Scarabus through the dark veil of years, from the lush beauty of Ancient Middle Kingdom Egypt to the decadent nightclub splendor of 21st Century Chicago as he walks the night, searching for the woman he loves, searching for an escape from a living damnation on earth.

Scarabus the Damned. Scarabus, Deathbringer. A man who is a monster, he hopes to salvage his lost soul and take revenge on those who destroyed his life.

Every man lives. Not every man truly dies...

From the best-selling author of Slayer.

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About the Author:

One of the youngest and most influential writers of her time, Karen Koehler's novels of gothic horror, history and obsession are quickly redefining the world of horror literature. She is the author of the Black Death Books best-selling novel Slayer.

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Karen Koehler
Editore: KHP Industries (2002)
ISBN 10: 096792202X ISBN 13: 9780967922027
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Descrizione libro KHP Industries, 2002. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX096792202X

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