Deamhan

Deamhan Chronicles Book 1

Fiction - Paranormal
444 Pages
Reviewed on 11/17/2016
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Reviewed by Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite

You have heard of vampires, they consume blood, but no one really thinks they exist, yet they do. What you may not know is there are also deamhan, they consume psychic energy, and Veronica Austin has grown up all her life knowing about this because her father's organization studies them. Against her father's wishes, Veronica has left California and come to Minnesota, where her mother disappeared, to find out what happened. Her first encounter with both the vampires and the deamhan throw her for a loop because they are nothing like what her father had always told her - oh, a few are, but not all of them. Deamhan follows Veronica as she searches for information on her mother and at the same time uncovers information on her father and his organization. Author Isaiyan Morrison weaves a story of power and corruption and people doing whatever it takes to stay on top without regard for who they harm.

Deamhan is slated as the first book in this series, and it sets the story, leads to more things to come, and yet doesn't resolve all the past. There is so much power and corruption in this story, there are more things from the past that need to come out, and more things in the future that need to be resolved. It is shaping up to be a wonderful series. Author Isaiyan Morrison creates a race of people in the deamhan that you find yourself liking, even though at the beginning of the book you aren't suppose to like them. They are deeper, more complex, and there is more to them than meets the eye. This is a great read.