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Call of the Cambion (eBook)

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Call of the Cambion
Call of the Cambion eBook Cover, written by Andrew P. Weston
Call of the Cambion eBook Cover,
written by Andrew P. Weston
Author(s) Andrew P. Weston
Series The Cambion Journals
Publisher Raven Tale
Publication date May 17, 2022
Media type eBook
Length 190 Pages
ASIN B0B1P8PCZY
Preceded by A Hybrid’s Tale
Followed by The Siren's Song

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For other uses of the word Incubus, see Incubus (disambiguation).


Call of the Cambion is an eBook written by Andrew P. Weston. It is the second work in the Cambion Journals series by this author. In this work both Succubi and Incubi characters appear.


Overview

  • Title: Call of the Cambion
  • Author: Andrew P. Weston
  • Published By: Raven Tale
  • Length: 190 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B0B1P8PCZY
  • Publishing Date: May 17, 2022


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Cursed to live his life as a Cambion – a half-demon, half-human hybrid – Augustus Thorne has spent centuries hunting the creature responsible for his existence. His own spawn-father, Fanon. Along the way, Augustus has built something of a reputation as a demon slayer. However, his reputation proves to be a two-edged sword, for while it keeps him safe, it prevents Augustus from forming a relationship. Something he yearns for with all his heart. Neither does it protect him from the wrath of the demondim, who view his activities as a threat.

In an effort to overcome these obstacles, Augustus finds it necessary to confront the darker aspects of his Cambion nature. Something, it seems, he must embrace fully. Only then will he be free to make his own choices, and in a position to end his father once and for all.

Alas, such a path results in dire consequences.


Book Review

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