Dead Camp One

Dead Camp One Eli Is An Ancient Vampire With An Ego The Size Of A Planet And A Sex Drive To Match, But His Tumultuous Past Left Him Broken, So He Hides From Humanity And Cowers From Love, Left To Endure The Crushing Guilt That Haunts His Every Waking Moment Even His Best Friend, Malachi, A Ghost Who Is Hopelessly In Love With Eli, Remains Unaware Of All That Transpired In London Malachi Can Never Know The Truth When The Angel Daniyyel Pays An Unwelcome Visit, Eli Must Face His Secrets, Secrets That He Has Tried So Long To Hide To Make Matters Worse, A Chance Encounter With The Most Beautiful Man He Has Ever Seen Shatters His Beloved Isolation, Pushing Him Into The World Of The Living Once Something About This Strange Man Seems So Familiar, But Eli Can T Even Remember Who He Was Before He Became A Vampire, Never Mind Explain The Unwanted Emotions The Enigmatic Stranger Ignites In His Dead Heart So Eli Has A Choice Return To The World That Ruined Him, Or Continue His Self Imposed Exile With No Hope Of Salvation

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 282 pages
  • Dead Camp One
  • Sean Kerr
  • English
  • 20 October 2017

10 thoughts on “Dead Camp One

  1. says:

    Who is Sean Kerr I don t know but what I do know is that he somehow persuaded me to read a book that I normally would steer well clear of, this is not my normal reading I found this it to be seductively delicious, so much so, I couldn t put it down.It s dark, the erotic content, is exactly that erotic At times I felt I was on a roller coaster, flying high with so many twists and turns that I got dizzy in anticipation of what was coming next It was executed brilliantly I was entertained throughout Looking forward to see what the cunning mind of Mr Kerr is thinking up for his next book.Highly recommended.

  2. says:

    I don t usually read in the paranormal romance genre, but this is a fabulous first novel by Mr Sean Kerr Dead Camp is dark, chilling, exciting and erotic All at the same time The book introduces Eli the vampire, a damaged supernatural being with a dark shrouded past, The narrative is fast paced, flying through the German holocaust period with surprising plot twists and turns I could not put this book down I am dying to read what comes next from the sick, twisted, yet brilliant mind of Mr Sean Kerr This is an author we will all be hearing about for years to come.

  3. says:

    Oh lol, I think Mr Kerr would get on famously with my husband when it comes to conspiracy theories and mixing up darkened trouble Okay, hands up here Dead Camp had such a tough job because I don t usually read historicals, and this does mix time time periods as well locations Germany v London, WWII with 1886 etc It also has a mix of angels and demons vampires, ghosts, and angels Sense said I should have hated this from the get go So much for sense, huh Kerr s got such a way of injecting humour and sarcasm into his characters that, despite all the locations, the crossover of angels and demons, it still reminds me so much of Wales Added to how there s a lot of historical fact given a fictional twist, the complexity of character, plot, and location is fantastic.Eli s one sarcastic vampire, with a way with words that leave you chuckling, okay it drives his coughs very egotistical side, but there s that haunting quality of using humour to hide hurt that s done just so well Mal where do you start with him He s Eli s long time live in ghost and just so damn funny These two bounce off each other so well I doubt I d have picked up this book without understanding there was a very dark side to it, and it didn t disappoint I think my one crit would be with filtering, but it s minor enough to have not interrupted with the love of the read.Fantastic and very imaginative read overall, and such a good step away from what I usually read Definitely recommended.Eli didn t disappoint, not one bit

  4. says:

    I have to say that this book has some really good points and the rest are great You will laugh, cry, aww and cringe lol It s a roller coaster ride with some history thrown in but not overly so The MC is very likeable yet very hateable as well in his selfishness Yet, I couldn t stop reading to see where it will go next It s a definite read as far as I m concerned Things to keep in mind while reading this book It s based in Germany during the Nazi occupation It has Vamipres, ghosts, angles and demons Oh My It s written by a brit, so camp has a few different cheeky meanings as well as the obvious.It s going to be a character series, so we get of the great characters soon I hope

  5. says:

    Sean Kerr paints a story with his pen like the old masters did with their brush, every brush stroke sublimely highlighting nuances in the sub plot, there are areas of light and shade as good fights against evil, and colour superbly used as he paints a detailed picture with words creating a beautifully detailed universe It is most refreshing to come across an author who can truly write, unlike many current authors populating this genre Buy this book, absorb the imagery, engage in the adventures of Eli an board the roller coaster ride that is Dead Camp, you won t be disappointed.

  6. says:

    This book is fantastic not your typical vampire book I could not put it down can not wait for the next instalment.

  7. says:

    this is 1 of those books you start and can t put down I loved the characters and their interaction and OMG the sexy parts are HOT I am voluntarily leaving my honest review of this book This is book 1 of the Dead Camp series by the author.

  8. says:

    I absolute love and am horrified by the twists Wow Add in Ethan, the ghost with a butt like a trampoline and the complicated angel, you have yourself a solid four star read.FULL REVIEW

  9. says:

    Originally Posted on Kiki s Kinky Picks Reviewed by BrandyDead Camp by Sean Kerr is a phenomenal first book in the Dead Camp series I went into this story really unaware of what I would discover, but once I read that very first page, I was hooked You could not tear me away from this book I HAD to find out what was going to happen to our Eli.To say this book teases you with questions is an understatement There are so many questions throughout the book and only a few are answered Even with so many secrets in this book, it s written so beautifully that you get caught up in the stories shared by the different characters Sean Kerr is an evil genius.Eli is an ancient vampire who can t remember how he was made, or who he once was He has exiled himself to his secluded house Alte His only friend is Malachi, a ghost who also doesn t remember who he was before he died and who is achingly in love with Eli Eli, however, has decided to harden his heart to love because the man he loved than any other broke his and left him to be alone SO sad My heart broke for Eli.Then suddenly, after a visit from the angel Daniyyel, also a big yelling match, Eli runs away and into a horrific scene of death He discovers among the dead bodies one lone man still alive, and guess what happens MORE QUESTIONS He saves said man and brings him to his home and then we learn of Ethan s life and that of his father Isaiah SO even though a ton questions are starting to float around your head, a few from before are answered.This book is a marathon You get pulled through so much in this book It really leaves you drained but in the best way possible How could I not give this one a 5 star rating As soon as I finished it, with the unanswered questions still lingering in my mind, I simply HAD to get the second one Highly recommend this book to anyone Sean Kerr is a fantastic story teller who I hope continues to delight and awe

  10. says:

    Book Dead Camp 1Author Sean KerrStar rating No of Pages 238Cover Nice POV 1st person with multi POV Would I read it again YesGenre LGBT, Paranormal, Historical, Religion, Nazi, Angel Demon I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK, BY eXSTASY BOOKS, IN RETURN FOR AN HONEST REVIEW Reviewed for Divine MagazineWARNINGS a little bit of gore, on page implied rape heartbreak cheating historical events that may be upsetting for some readers Holocaust.I am stunned This is the author s DEBUT work and it was enchanting From the entertainment factor of Mal and Eli bickering like an old married couple, the intensity of the mystery surrounding Eli s past as well as Ethan s father, and the incredible historical detail, there wasn t anything I didn t love about this book.Oh, and editing Normally, if a book has less than five notes from me about editing issues, I don t mention them unless they hugely impact my reading This book had ONE One tiny little slip of a comma which are the bane of my existence, so I get it and that was it I never saw anything that could count as a spelling, grammar, editing or plot mistake, slip up or accident In a debut novel.When it comes to POV, 1st person has never been a friend of mine There are few books that actually write it the way that I can read it which is falling into the story and never having a million unanswered questions about who I as the character am supposed to be Because, the trap with 1st is that it s written where you re supposed to know who you are already, so there s no real introduction.There was no need for an introduction here Eli is perfectly clear and brilliant as a main character Sarcastic, but deeply troubled, he s the quintessential tortured soul, with a difference He feels sorry for himself, but only rarely he tries not to let his failings, past or fears distract him and tries not to let anyone else see them, either His ego is incredible he s the kind of man who loves himself deeply and isn t ashamed of his vanity But, at the same time, he uses it as a shield to prevent anyone from seeing the dark side of him He s far from your typical hero But, then, maybe he s not a hero Maybe he s just a regular guy vampire who has a job to do Similarly, I love Malachi He s a ghost, but he s hilarious, camp and all the other things Eli claims he is Utilizing some seriously eloquent snark and unabashed campness, the pair together are a riot, but Malachi himself is just so adorable I spent half the book shipping Maleli and the other half shipping Elian Now I can t decide what I want or if I really want Gideli back Not that I ever saw the together, to begin with, but you know what I mean The way the POV was used primarily in Eli s 1st person, but also with extracts of Ethan, Daniyyel s POV and diary entries for Isaiah, Ethan s day meant that we got to find out all the important things, as and when we needed to know them Eli wasn t there for the big events, but through the eyes of other people s memories and accounts told in 1st person, which is much less draining and less complicated than having a long explanation from them during a conversation we get to experience them with all our senses, to make sure we don t miss the important details.Ethan is an enigma I know there s a big secret in his past as there is for all the main characters, Malachi and Eli alike but I can t wait to see how it will be discovered Knowing that all three have huge secrets, but that Ethan is the only one opening up about his past so far, would normally have me desperate for information But, I m enjoying the journey and the way that the secrets are revealed too much to demand that they re spilled in a quick, unsatisfactory manner I want to juice, the detail, the gore and the excitement So I ll patiently wait.For me, the genius of this book is in it s detail From characterisation slowly explored, with hints and suggestions or , as well as all the characters being nicely transparent or confusing as hell to the detail of the locations, the historical facts, the emotions and the way that the characters all interact with each other Not only is there a lot in this book, but it all comes together seamlessly, because of the detail binding it all together in a believable way Characters like Eddie, Vicky and Adi were an interesting twist, allowing us readers to ponder and wonder, only for the big secret to be revealed when it was all beginning to come together.The story covers a lot of historical incidents Queen Victoria, her grandson Prince Albert Victor, Jack the Ripper, Nazis, Jeiwsh Concentration Camps, Adolf Hitler but it never once feels disjointed, ridiculous or fanciful The way the events are linked, how and the way they re interlinked is the interesting part And the bit that is so clever.And let s not forget the most important player of all The Devil, AKA Melek For me, there was so much depth to this story that I can t believe it was contained within less than 250 pages.It tackles some seriously hardcore issues there is nothing light and fluffy about it With a strong theme of the Nazis and Hitler s prejudice against the Jewish people, told through Ethan s story, and historical events that Eli has personal experience of Jack the Ripper and Queen Victoria s reign intense, upsetting historical crimes are explored in a way that is readable, but has the emotional impact of reverence towards the subject Adding in Eli and Mal s naturally humour natures, these events offer a darker side to their lives and shows the horrors they ve endured or are yet to endure.Beneath the intensity, is a beautifully explored journey of self discovery, themes of resilience and love in the face of adversity and the overwhelming need to see these characters rise from the ashes that other people have made of their lives Somewhere along the way, I know hearts are going to be broken, but then again, this isn t the type of book series where everyone will get their happily ever after It s realistic than that.When I read this part of the author s biography, I just knew that it was perfect Basically, this one sentence can describe me to a tee My fascination with History, Religion and Conspiracy theories have, in this instance, gone hand in hand with my love of all things vampire, fantasy, sci fi and horror Me too, Sean Your books and I are going to be spending a lot of time together in the future.All I can say is bravo Bravo, Sean You re onto a winner and I can t wait to see what else you write Whatever it is, I ll be waiting with impatient grabby hands to get my copy Favourite Quote I was Atlas, carrying the agonies of the world I had an angel in my dining room and a German soldier in my dungeon, and to top things off, I lived with a ghost I went back to that forest to find some books, but he would have me leave a freedom fighter.

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