New Releases: Andrew P. Weston’s A Hybrid’s Tale

Andrew P. Weston, author of the number one best seller The IX’s latest release – A Hybrid’s Tale

Now available, Andrew P. Weston’s A Hybrid’s Tale is a dark fantasy/paranormal/horror story, the first in the author’s new six book Cambion Journals series.

 

Born a Cambion – a half-demon, half-human hybrid – and cursed by a terrible hunger he can barely control, Augustus Thorne spends his long and lonely life hunting and exterminating any Incubi and Succubae he can find. But no matter how many he destroys, he can always make room for one more. Especially if it’s the foul scum who raped his mother; Augustus’ own spawn-father, Fanon.

Guided by his mother’s diaries, Augustus pursues Fanon down through the centuries and around the world, until fate seems to point him toward his heart’s desire. Yet, things are not as they appear, and the revelations Augustus uncovers are mind boggling. For if he wishes to face his father, he must first learn more about his own unique heritage, and the awful circumstances that led to his creation.

The trouble is, doing so might just cost him his humanity.

Weston’s Cambion’s Journal series concerns a Cambion – a demon-human hybrid – Augustus Thorne who has spent centuries hunting and exterminating any Incubi and Succubae of the Demondim he can find. Yet, no matter how many he destroys, it will never be enough. Not until he tracks down the scum responsible for attacking his mother: his own spawn-father, Fanon.

Guided by his mother’s diaries, Augustus travels the world in the endless pursuit of revenge. But the more he learns about his heritage, the more he begins to appreciate that personal vendettas may have to be put aside in order to serve the greater good.
What that involves exactly, will be revealed as time passes in. . .

The Cambion Journals.

Weston is the author of The IX, an excerpt of which can be read here. He is also a contributor to Amazing Stories and his profile can be viewed here.

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