The Key to Erebus (Les Corbeaux:The French Vampire Legend)

The truth can kill you.

Taken as a small child, from a life where faeries, sirens and mythical creatures are real and treacherous, Jéhenne Corbeaux is totally unprepared when she returns to France to stay with her eccentric Grandmother.

Thrown headlong into a world she knows nothing about she seeks to learn the truth about herself, uncovering secrets more shocking than anything she could ever have imagined and finding that she is by no means powerless to protect the ones she loves.

Despite her Gran’s dire warnings, she is inexorably drawn to the dark and terrifying figure of Corvus, an ancient vampire and master of the Albinus family.

Jéhenne is about to find her answers and discover that, not only is Corvus far more dangerous than she could ever imagine but that he holds much more than the key to her heart.

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My Review

The storyline was thrilling from beginning to end. So much so that I stayed up until I finished the book as I couldn't bring myself to put it down. I was caught up in all of the characters. I laughed, cried and felt rage as I read it through. Can't wait to read book two.

About the Authors

Emma:
As a child I spent more time than I'm going to admit to wishing I was Samantha from Bewitched. Yet despite hours spent perfecting the nose twitch; sadly I have to say that - so far at least - no magical ability has been discovered. Now I have to say it's looking unlikely, but remain hopeful. I was born in Kent in the UK and moved to France in 1998. I currently live, according to my husband, in LALA land but the rest of the time in the middle of nowhere in darkest Dordogne, as far from the real world as possible. I'm married with three daughters and a wild imagination.

I like Tarot cards and anything creepy... except spiders.I worship at the altar of Florence + the Machine and am addicted to music, as long as it's LOUD! I love chocolate, think The Wizard of Oz is the scariest film I've ever seen and still believe in faeries.

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Roisin
Roisin O'Connor has wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember. She is currently in her third and final year studying for a BA in English with Creative Writing at Swansea University. She is the President of Swansea University's English Society and the Editor-in-Chief of The Siren, an award-winning student media outlet. Publications she has written for include The Sun and the South Wales Evening Post. She has just started an internship at Time Out magazine. After graduation from Swansea she hopes to study for an MA in Newspaper Journalism.

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