Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Maris: The Brotherhood Files By Isaian Morrison Ebook Review


She gave me her blood, and my life changed forever. 

Anastasia. My sire. The only influential figure in my already-fragile life. She did this to me. She caused all the pain and suffering. There was a time I believed I owed her everything. After all, she gave me immortality and the never-ending thirst for the energy contained in the blood of my victims.
But now vampires hunt me and the humans want to use me as their personal weapon. They believe I'm some kind of apotropaic figurine that can damn all Deamhan and force us back into hell where we belong. Me? I just want to live. I just want to be Maris. That way, the only one I can damn is myself. 


Isaiyan Morrison was born and raised in Minnesota. She moved to San Diego, California while in the Navy. After serving four years of active duty, she moved to Los Angeles.

Besides writing, she also likes to read, surf the internet, watch movies, and play video games. She likes warm drinks, pico de gallo, and her love for cilantro is legendary.

She is the author of The Deamhan Chronicles, psychic vampires living in a world filled with their sanguine enemies.


I've always loved books and novels about supernatural beings. I'm quite vocal about that and I've already read quite a number of books from this genre from different authors.

When I read the synopsis of the book, Maris: The Brotherhood Files, I was immediately intrigued by the book. The word sire and vampires had me curious about the book. When I read it, I was furhter intrigued by the characters of the book.

Aside from vampires, the book, Maris: The Brotherhood Files by Isaiyan Morrison, focused on Maris, a Deamhan (yes, not a vampire but a different class of supernatural being who also feeds on blood) who is also the main protagonist on the book. She holds the key or answer to the existence of all Deamhan so a lot of other classes of supernatural beings are also after her. There are also some Ancients and other Deamhan who vowed to protect her.

At first, I was quite confused by all the classes of supernatural beings there is in the book but, at the end of the book, there is a list and definition of all the classes of supernatural beings.

I like how Maris' character developed throughout the book and I can feel her feelings and confusion. As per her knowledge, that Deamhan can't love, I like how I felt her feelings for the Deamhans she bonded with, although she doesn't know it.

The book is also a bit graphic and more dark because the characters doesn't care for human kind and they feed on humans without remorse.

I like how unique and different this is from other vampire novels I've read and I like the twists and the complexity of the characters. This is a must read for fans of vampire novels.

You can purchase the book, Maris: The Brotherhood Files HERE.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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