Elizabeth Wixley E.M.G. Wixley
- Title: Blood Borne (Cathedral Chronicles, #1)
- Author: Elizabeth Wixley E.M.G. Wixley
- ISBN: 9781497404458
- Page: 264
- Format: Paperback
An alien war has engulfed Earth On the day, Isaac receives his call up papers a beautiful girl walks into his electrical repair shop Tragically, the couple is caught up in a bombing raid A mysterious child healer release s Isaac from his underground tomb, but Chloe is less fortunate Twenty first century reality is profoundly altered, and after the demon army led by theAn alien war has engulfed Earth On the day, Isaac receives his call up papers a beautiful girl walks into his electrical repair shop Tragically, the couple is caught up in a bombing raid A mysterious child healer release s Isaac from his underground tomb, but Chloe is less fortunate Twenty first century reality is profoundly altered, and after the demon army led by the traitor Oswald collides with the resistance, the survivors are forced into hiding Isaac and Chloe discover the origins of evil and a solution that could release them from the enemies toxic grip Armed with powerful secrets, which are desired by many, the couple begin to fight back Trusting nobody, Isaac and Chloe, realise that they alone need to negotiate the traps and dangers, and decide in which time, and space that their secrets belong.
Recent Comments "Blood Borne (Cathedral Chronicles, #1)"
Group spamming and what looks like reviewing her own books/referring to her own book as 5* = no way And let's not even mention the dozens of five star reviews mainly from authors who mainly give five star reviews I may be barking up the wrong tree, but somehow I think not.I totally understand promotion, but posting as if you're a reader reviewing a book that actually you wrote? Listing it as 5* as though it's someone else's book? And doing this over and over again? Annoying.For an idea of what I [...]
The storyline was pretty interesting. An alien war which came between a blossoming love. Isaac, who owned a shop where he repaired electrical items met Chloe when she came in to retrieve a large screen TV her mother had brought in for repair. Isaac quickly fell in love with her but was separated because he was called into the military to fight the alien onslaught. One thing I found quite interesting was that while there was an alien war going on (which seemed, somehow, "futuristic"), references [...]
SCI-FI AND MONSTERS AND ALIENS OH MY!***I RECEIVED A COPY OF THIS BOOK FROM THE AUTHOR IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***This story initially captured me on the first few pages. The story began to drag and the ending left too much unfinished. Humans versus aliens is a common but Ms. Elizabeth Wixley came up with a different take. It kept me interested enough to continue. The book began to drag and got a little too fantastical for me.The characters were developed slowly as the story but I could [...]
Wixley’s Blood Borne(Cathedral Chronicles) introduces us to Isaac, Ben and Chloe, who soon after their first meeting, get caught up in the bombing campaigns that destroy Earth as we know it. As it turns out, Ben, whom Isaac introduces as his brother, has supernatural powers, which he uses to help some of the injured. Unfortunately, running out of time, he was not able to help Chloe, who had gotten injured in the raid. The story moves smoothly between the lives of the main characters as they tr [...]
I was hooked from the start. The book flowed along at a steady, creepy pace. Then the story line exploded with one unexpected event after another. At times, I thought I wouldn’t be able to keep up but Wixley cleverly ties up all the lose threads to create an amazing ending, which, was again unexpected. This book is out there but convincing and believable. I shall be reading more from this author.
Blood Borne is a thrilling read. It had me gripped from the beginning to the very last page. It is about ordinary people and how they react to devastating circumstances. The characters and places were convincing and real. I was completely drawn into the story of Earths decline. In places, the book was action packed and in others, it was deeper and more meaningful. This book is multi-layered and has something for every reader.
Alien Invasion book with a difference! This book was a great read. It has everything! Time travel, aliens like none I’ve seen before, romance and tragedy. It seamlessly flowed from one event to another. I couldn’t predict any of the twists and turns. The ending was completely unexpected. I plan to read many more of this authors books and would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys an action-packed roller-coaster ride.
A nice start to the Cathedral Chronicles series.Elizabeth Wixley's Blood Borne introduces us to Isaac and Chloe on the last day before the alien bombing campaign that destroys Earth's civilization, and forces them to flee the invaders. Our hero and heroine begin a frantic flight across time and space, carrying with them the secret that might just allow humanity to free itself from the invaders' shackles.Their adventure begins here.
Eeek! Elizabeth Wixley has done it! A beautiful, feisty heroine in a dark world. This book takes you on a ride through time travel, romance,and dark twisted characters. What a perfect mix of good v. evil. I can't wait for the other Cathedral Chronicles to release. Hurry up and write Elizabeth!
Elizabeth Wixley captures an utterly believable world engulfed in evil. If you want a thrilling read, this is it. There are many colorful characters both good and evil but the true hero of the book is a feisty young woman. The messenger from hell sent shivers down my spine. Blood borne has a depth not matched in many other apocalyptic books.
I really enjoyed this story.I love apocalyptic tales, especially ones rooted in the real world, and this one, is definitely one of the best. I felt as though I was being swept along with the unfolding drama. I’m going to start reading ‘In the Devil’s Own Words’, right now. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys things that are different.
Apocalyptic books hold a fascination for me. They say a lot about the author's view of the world and I have read hundreds of different scenarios on this subject. I thoroughly enjoyed this particular story by Miss Wixley. Her characters were very credible, the storyline was quite chilling, as we march to war against demons.I recommend this book to all lovers of doomsday tales.
I was already hooked when I saw the cover! Fabulous! And the story itself is at least as hooking as the cover! Time traveling with an exciting package full of twists and turns. I will be reading a lot more from this author for sure!
Great dystopian read. Highly recommend.
Brilliantly executed and delightfully scary - a thoroughly engrossing read!
This book was a great read!
Blood Borne - Forced into hiding by a demon army, Isaac and Chloe discover the origins of evil. Alien Invasion book with a difference! This book was a great read, (gifted to me for an honest review)
Great new world!
Wonderful start of a series.
Blood Borne (Cathedral Chronicles, #1)by Elizabeth Wixley is a great read with a very creative story-line and imaginative characters. I enjoyed this book very much!
Not often my genre of choice, I liked that I could relate to the characters. The story, the characters, and the world quickly seized me and refused to let go. Definitely a great read!
Elizabeth Wixley's Blood Borne is a thrilling roller coaster ride. This is a wow book that I would suggest you pick up right away!
Loved it! A wonderful atmospheric tale, with deeply intriguing characters.
Wtf? In what day and age did they have cell phones and emperors? Sorry.
Lots of imagination in Blood Bore as well as adventure. A quick read
Great way to spend some time. Enjoyable story.
This book is a rare gem! An excellent read!
Thrilling and fun!
Loved this story! Very exciting and one to watch out for in the literary world.
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