Sacrifice, the sequel to John Everson’s Bram Stoker Award Winning Novel, Covenant, has now been posted for preorder through Delirium Books. Only 250 copies of this book are being produced, so order yours now. If you have a hardcover subscription through Delirium, your copy has been reserved, as this title is covered under the subscription. If not, find out more or order here: SacrificeÂ
Thatâ€™s the part of the story that the newspapers know. The “Sunday Slasher,” as sheâ€™s dubbed for her habitÂ ofÂ leaving behind a corpse every Sunday morning, doesnâ€™t just have aÂ wealth ofÂ misanthropic bones in her body. Sheâ€™sÂ Â also got a hunger forÂ ultimate power and control.Â Â Through ritualÂ sexual sacrifice,Â Â she aims to open the door between this world and the domain of the powerful, but violently perverse Curburide demons. She will be their queen, and they will rape the world.
Joe Kieran is a young reporter who has just left the East Coast port town of Terrel with a demon on his back. Literally. Having forged a covenant with the demon, Malachai, to save the lives of two women, he now has a constant invisible companion, albeit one who is less than trustworthy. When JoeÂ picks up Alex, a teen hitchhiker on her way to the Rocky Mountains, he soon finds that heâ€™s been setup by Malachai. Alex is more than just aÂ Â perkyÂ runaway;Â Â she has the ability to talk to ghosts, something her right-wing parents forced herÂ to hide.Â Â But now she will need that talent more than ever; as Malachai sets them allÂ on the path that can only lead to … Sacrifice.
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