Monday, 6 May 2013

NEVERMORE Tours **REVIEW**: Bryan W. Dull "Solstice"



In Gavin Moxley's world, there is no thin line between right and wrong. In a personal crusade to help sever a line of disease carried by a clan of vampires; Gavin has no choice to be ruthless. The Vampires are purposely infecting the human population…waiting for humans to actively pass it on to each other. Gavin takes no chances and executes them one by one.

Not strong or powerful, finding humans before they turn into full vampires is ideal and Gavin’s best bet.

Yes, this is Gavin’s life…

…And nothing ever changes it until a young half breed vampire with special abilities, Solstice, attaches and makes herself a fixture in his life when she asks for his help and protection and when a reluctant Gavin agrees he joins a dangerous game of cat and mouse. There is no safe place and the pair are constantly watching their backs. Torn between his hate and his love for Solstice Gavin is thrown into a moral dilemma that only he can figure out but two things are clear…

His faith and Humanity are being tested and the past is not always forgotten.


“A modern twist to vampire lore this book will not disappoint.” Paranormal Reads Blog

“An action-packed race to the finish line.” Lisa Rayns (author of A Destined Death)

“This is a fantastic story that does not sugar coat vampires and shows them as the monsters they are.” Book Mews & Tattle Tails Blog

“Gripping… Leaves you wanting more!” Mary Ting (best selling author of the Crossroads Saga)

“There is action that will leave you panting as to who will be the victor.” Read Me Reviews Blog

“Bryan Dull has produced a very successful debut novel on that I would most definitely recommend to paranormal and horror lovers!” Bex & Books Blog

“Solstice provides a great deal of action /horror/ friendship and aspects of love. Pretty much ticking all of the boxes” Addicted to Books Book Review Blog

“My interest is peaked I enjoyed what I read and I WANT MORE!” 1000+ Books to Read Blog

“I have to say this was one of the most creative and dark vampire books I have read in a while and I loved that about it.” Delphina Reads Too Much Blog

“A fantastical story which faces one and even more of our evils in today's society.” Lovetiggi Book Reviews Blog

“This story had me laughing, crying and gripping my seat every inch of the way.” Beth Wright (author of Vultar's HeartBody and Soul Mate Series)


Currently living in Cincinnati, OH with his wife (and fellow author Brandy Michelle) and their daughter. Bryan W. Dull goes leaps and bounds to get away from the norm and be his own person; with himself and his writing.  Since middle school he has always known what he was good at: entertaining and telling stories.  He has been consistently writing and coming up with plots for the last twenty years, but just recently decided to share one with the world.  His first novel, “Solstice” is a vampire book inspired by his daughter and noir literature.  Born in Anderson, IN, Bryan has also lived in Ohio, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina (where “Solstice” is based). 

Being a lover of all things art and pop culture “nerdism”; his interests lie in film, television, comics, games, anime, and books.  For a short while, Bryan dabbled in voice acting work only to shift his focus to his family and writing.  His favorite authors include; Chuck Palahniuk, Robert Kirkman, Clive Barker, Ernest Cline, and Neil Gaiman


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I can honestly say, ive never read a book like this before!

And that's a good thing.

Mr Dull is a fantastic story teller.  I was actually gripped from the first page.

The whole book revolves around a Vampire Slayer -in the first person.  He goes out at night to kill prostitutes who arent quite vampire and carrying the AIDS virus.  He slays them before they can turn into full vampires.
His reasoning behind the slaying of these particular ones actually makes sense, but during the book he starts to question this, and his life.

This is due to the little girl he accidentally stumbled across.  The girl is a rare thing - a half breed.  He grows fond of her, and the whole book's main aim at the beginning changes to help this girl.

One thing i would totally advise to do is read the Prologue before reading the main book  I know some people skip it, but i would strongly advise reading it, as it helps you understand some areas later on in the book.

I dont know if Mr Dull intends to carry on with this.  He's left it open, yet closed too, so if he does decide to carry on the option is there.

It took me 2 nights to read this one.  I would recommend reading it, if only to feel the passion that Mr Dull pours into his writing.

The story is a pretty basic one, but he brings it alive and a joy to read!

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