“For Jean, eternity should’ve meant forever…” The Eternals by Richard M. Ankers

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Richard M. Ankers, poet and gold medallist writer, has just released a new book. Read on to find out more about the man behind The Eternals…


The Eternals

Richard M. Ankers

For Jean, eternity should’ve meant forever.

The Eternals, they are a breed apart. Born to immortality, neither human nor vampire, a dying sun is to end their race where no other could. It is to this ultimatum that Jean, the last Eternal lord, is born. Jean accepts the end once preached by his deceased parents, where others won’t, their arrogance furthering his melancholy. He would fight for the future where they, the Hierarchy, would waltz into nothingness.

But everything changes for Jean when he commits the cardinal sin: his bite takes the life of Princess Chantelle of The New Europa Alliance, whose sister will come to enthrall him. It is a deed Jean thinks has passed unnoticed; it has…

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