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“NIGHT RUNNER is a fast paced, page turner, full of surprising twists and clever turns that'll have you on the edge of your seat wondering what could possibly happen next! Max Turner had me from the very first paragraph and is definitely one to watch!” ―Alyson Noel, #1 NYT Bestselling author of EVERMORE
“Night Runner is a fast-paced struggle against fate that had me cheering for Zack at every turn of the page. As an ordinary boy in extraordinary circumstances, Zack Thomson must decide whether or not to succumb to the temptations of a powerful thirst for blood that lives inside him, or fight his destiny to choose good over evil. Along the way, he is helped by friends, betrayed by family, and driven by a force beyond his control. Max Turner has created an exciting addition to the vampire genre that left me guessing and hoping every step of the way.” ―Brian James, author of ZOMBIE BLONDES
“Night Runner is a fast-paced adventure with a funny, winning hero who is both your average teenage guy and something far more extraordinary. Max Turner has written a gothic fantasy full of surprises and bite!
” ―Katherine Marsh, Edgar-award winning author of The Night Tourist
"I need blood," I said.... Charlie was sitting in a kitchen chair. He stood up so that he was looking down at me. "Oh, blood. Right. Of course, blood. What was I thinking? Well, we just happen to have a huge barrel of it in the back. Do you want some fries with that?" --From Night RunnerSee all Product Description
I bought this book to help me kill time in the airport. I had meant to save part of it for my return trip but I ended up reading it right through my flight and finished it in my... Read morePublished on July 13 2009 by V
Read the first paragraph! It's pretty hard to put down. I read it an about three hours and loved every second of it.Published on May 24 2009 by Jane Maddin