JEMIAH JEFFERSON SERIES:

Mixtape for the Apocalypse

Mixtape for the Apocalypse

Jemiah Jefferson

Fiction / Horror / Thriller

From the author of Voice of the Blood comes a terrifyingly funny new tale of Michael Squire, twenty-three, nerdy as hell, and losing his mind in the face of a hilariously hostile world. Fortunately he's got his favorite Eighties music close at hand...Meet Squire. He's your average music-obsessed twenty-three-year-old Portlander, juggling a job as an internet support technician, an indie comics gig, and a long-simmering crush on his best friend, Lise. He smokes too much weed, drinks too many cocktails, and watches too much Star Trek. And when his co-workers, baristas, and friends begin to turn on him one by one, his good-natured paranoia expands into a chilling, terrifying certainty about the end of the world. A darkly comic novel about a young man who slowly but surely loses his grip on reality, but never on his taste in music.
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Voice of the Blood

Voice of the Blood

Jemiah Jefferson

Fiction / Horror / Thriller

Review"A fierce, disturbing and downright exciting vampire novel." - Statesman Journal"_Voice of the Blood _is racy and gritty. It delivers all the bittersweet irony and tragedy requiste of modern Gothic horror." - Christine Filipak, Dark Realms"If you let Voice of the Blood get under your skin, you'll be hooked." - Horror World"Comparisons to  Anne Rice are inevitable, but Jefferson's writing is simultaneously tougher and more elegant." - Willamette Week"Jemiah Jefferson has carved out her own vampire niche with grisly, character-driven novels." - Rue MorgueProduct DescriptionThe ordinary life of a grad student was so boring for Ariane. Sshe was desperate for some change, some excitement to shake things up. She had no idea she waso nly one step away from a whole new world -- a world of darkness and decay, of eternal life and eternal death. But once she fell prey to Ricari she would learn more about this world that she ever dreamed possible. More than anyone should dare to know...if they value their soul.
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