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A pause-resisting debut in the tradition of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight, amped up and on steroids with some X-Files mystery, some Hitchcock suspense, and countless plot twists and cliffhangers that will keep you guessing. And you'll still be wrong! 

Endohumans are not destined for love. It is against the Ancient Rules. Eighteen-year-old Adam Vanolf is about to be one of the last known Endohumans left on Earth as his dying grandfather rushes to complete his training. 

These superhuman hybrids, descended from the ancient Greeks and Romans, live concealed among us, sworn to protect mankind and safeguard an almost-forgotten secret that is rooted back to the creation of man and the universe. Alas, the life and path an Endohuman must follow is lonely and dangerous, especially for a teenager trying to unravel the mystery that his ancestry hides. 

Gods? Vampires? Werewolves? Fallen angels? Or just the creation of an unstable mind? 

An ancient evil is awakening, and even though he doesn't know it, the world needs Adam now more than ever. Yet Adam also needs love, so when he meets Evie, the girl of his dreams, a difficult choice must be made....

©2017 Nicolas Pavlou (P)2018 Nicolas Pavlou

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Too Many Ideas

Each idea of the story was neat but too many ideas put all in to one book. This made the flow weird and hard to follow.