The Necropath Book .666: Gothic Immortal

Gothic Immortal, the first LIason, or novella, in The Necropath series, introduces us to Gothic or "Goth", a creature upon whom the vampire myth was born. He is vicious, bloodthirsty, and very, very real.
Gothic Immortal, the first LIason, or novella, in The Necropath series, introduces us to Gothic or “Goth”, a creature upon whom the vampire myth was born. He is vicious, bloodthirsty, and very, very real.

Gothic, or “Goth” for short, is the real creature upon whom the vampire myth is based. Unlike mythical beings, however, Goth is very real, very bloodthirsty, and very dangerous.

Goth thrives on violence, basking in waves of violent energy the way some beings bask in the rays of the sun.

He feeds upon a woman one night in 1982, killing her, but is witnessed by her very young son. Goth, savoring an opportunity to indulge in a long-term foreplay to violence, taunts the child, returning to him year after year, feeding upon him a little at a time, tampering with his mind, manipulating his thoughts and passions, until the inevitable night when he plans to return and kill the man.

Goth is mentored by Scorn, a Necros craving a tribe, a community of such nightwalkers, and together they start a nightclub, catering to the goth and “vampire” kids who fetishize the Immortals, both fictional and not – not understanding how delicate is the balance of their lives as they play with this immortal fire.

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One thought on “The Necropath Book .666: Gothic Immortal

  1. Yes, this is a novella. Please do not buy this expecting an epic story. I will be straightforward with you, fellow readers and book fans, at all times. This is what I call a “liaison”, or a bridging story between novels in The Necropath series. As mentioned in a few places, the purpose of these stories is to delve more deeply into the background of a single character at a time. I’ve written them so that only the curious need apply. None of the liaisons will be necessary in following the plot lines of the varioius story arcs within the series (as presented in the main novels).

    I just want to be clear so no one feels misled. Frankly, these shorter books are shaping up to be poor “samplers” of the main novels as well. Due to the narrower scope and novella format, several people have remarked that the overall flavor and feel is very different from the longer books. I agree, hence it’s possible that you can love Nightsongs but not enjoy Gothic Immortal. Though if you like Nightsongs, I’m very confident you’ll enjoy Bloodsongs, Darksongs, and the others to follow. I hope this helps clarify, and feel free to send me your feedback. I love hearing from fellow book lovers.

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