Nasferas: The Begotten

Nasferas The Begotten A family flees their home planet Nasferas only to crash in the hills above Riddle Oregon Earth s atmosphere transforms them at a genetic level and they learn that if they want to survivethey must f

  • Title: Nasferas: The Begotten
  • Author: Nate D. Burleigh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A family flees their home planet, Nasferas, only to crash in the hills above Riddle, Oregon Earth s atmosphere transforms them at a genetic level and they learn that if they want to survivethey must feed Teenagers partying at a cabin witness the crash and investigate, uncovering an ancient terror marooned on Earth for Centuries United in a desperate fight for their owA family flees their home planet, Nasferas, only to crash in the hills above Riddle, Oregon Earth s atmosphere transforms them at a genetic level and they learn that if they want to survivethey must feed Teenagers partying at a cabin witness the crash and investigate, uncovering an ancient terror marooned on Earth for Centuries United in a desperate fight for their own survival, the two groups come face to face with The Master Race which is set to take over the world.

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    1. Nasferas: The Begotten by Nate D. Burleigh is one of those books that really keeps the reader intrigued from the beginning to the end. The story starts off in the distant past on a planet called Nasferas, situated in a far-off galaxy, which is under attack by the Gnam. Here, two alien families need to escape from the planet of a ship, before all is lost. They don't know where they're going, but anywhere's better than the fateful death that awaits them if they stay On Earth, we meet Matt and Kate [...]

    2. Exciting and NewI am enthralled with the ability Nate D Burleigh has to create completely new stories. I was getting very tired of remakes of the same old stories like Bigfoot and wolfman, especially love stories of wolves and bears. His stories are fresh and unique yet still exciting. It was hard to put down between reads. I grew to really care about the characters and was sad when the story ended. I highly recommend any of his books and I can't wait for more. I am very glad I found his first b [...]

    3. Alien refugees crash land on Earth, tear off their skins, and turn into vampires. There’s not much point in summarizing the plot because, for all of its wrangling, it amounts to little more than an escape, a kidnapping, and another escape. There are plenty of made up words, bad accents, and people running around with swords, but the details are not interesting enough to merit further discussion.Any narrative about vampires faces an uphill climb, but several problems sabotage this novel’s hop [...]

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