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Battle of Good Vs. Evil, With Christian Undertones

May 15, 2013
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Indie author Scott Dorsey

If a priest is attacked and turned into a vampire did he have a choice?

If your parents were demons are you damned to Hell?

Virgo Furs is an agent of the Council of the United Underworld Coalition. And in Scott Dorsey‘s fantasy “Son of a Succubus,” he finds himself asking those same questions while on a hit-list, and faces the prospect of being murdered by vampire assassins or executed by the Council for a murder he was framed for.

Ultimately he battles his way through Hell, becomes the caretaker of Eden, and must endure being assaulted with the truth in Heaven to find the answers he needs to save everyone on Earth.

Redemption is for the asking.

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From Scott Dorsey’s website:

As the author explains, his use of Christianity was a deliberate attempt to give readers something different.

“Most fantasy novels will not use Christianity as the religion of the story. What if the creatures of the Underworld believed in Jesus? Is it possible for vampires or other creatures to be forgiven? If so, what about mankind?” asks Dorsey.

Continuing, “No matter what kind of things you have done in the past you too can be forgiven by just asking for it. This is a strong Christian moral that forms one of the main themes throughout the book.”

Critics praise Dorsey for his diligent attempts to drive new content into the fantasy fiction genre. With his formula proving popular and the book’s demand increasing, interested readers are urged to purchase their copies as soon as possible.

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