These vampires eat souls.
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The Arctic ice is gone, blown apart in desperate resource wars. Global tsunamis have left the world an apocalyptic wasteland. Survivors cluster on lawless floating slums in the North Atlantic, living in fear of the next big wave.
But ex-Arctic marine Ritry isn't afraid. He lost more in the wars than anyone alive, and it left him traumatized and numb. Now he works as an illegal graysmith - injecting and erasing memories - and stumbles through his life in a fog of alcohol, violence and sex.
Then he meets Mr. Ruins.
Ruins is a mass-murderer, a sadist, and a vampire of the soul. In the wreck of an abandoned shark-fighting arena, he offers Ritry a simple choice: join him or die. Ritry only has to choose.
And all the world's souls hang in the balance.
'Interview with the Vampire' meets 'Inception', packed with blood, twists and space marines of the mind.
A standalone novel that is nothing like your standard YA vampire romp. This is grit, gore, and the end of the world, kicking off the Ruins War series, which is continued in book 2, King Ruin.
Readers have said:
"Loved Mr. Ruins and look forward to reading the rest." - Bestselling thriller author Robert Ferrigno.
"This is Grist's best work yet!" - Rob Nugen.
"... a mind-twisting thriller through the tsunami-ravaged future." - Christine Hooker.
"This is powerful science fiction with lyrical prose." - John Chris.