Nameless: The Darkness Comes Audio Book by Mercedes M. Yardley
Luna Masterton sees demons.
She has been dealing with the demonic all her life, so when her brother gets tangled up with a demon named Sparkles, ‘Luna the Lunatic’ rolls in on her motorcycle to save the day.
Armed with the ability to harm demons, her scathing sarcasm, and a hefty chip on her shoulder, Luna gathers the most unusual of allies, teaming up with a green-eyed heroin addict and a snarky demon ‘of some import.’
After all, outcasts of a feather should stick together...even until the end.
Mercedes M. Yardley is the author of the award-winning novella Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love. Nameless proudly carries on the tradition of Dean Koontz and David Wong.
Brought to you by Crystal Lake Publishing - Tales from the Darkest Depths
Interview with the Author:
What can readers expect from Luna and the gang?
Mercedes: Luna is a sarcastic, quirky character who sees demons. I wrote the book while getting my motorcycle license, so I gave her a bike that she’s in love with. She’s very prickly to conceal the hurt and vulnerability that she holds at her core. I adore her. I adore her brother, Seth, who is very straight-laced contrast to his nomadic sister. I adore Mouth, who is a demon of some authority, and Reed Taylor, who is the only person on earth who doesn’t believe Luna is straight crazy. They’re a motley bunch who try to do their best for each other.
While Nameless is an urban fantasy, what are some realistic issues brought up in this book?
Mercedes: Nameless: The Darkness Comes deals with some very real issues. Mental illness, abandonment, drug use, and suicide are a few of the real-world topics that are threaded through the story. They’re stigmatized, painful subjects, but they’re very much at the core of this story. That’s one of my favorite things about fiction: we can discuss hard topics that we normally shy away from.
Why should readers give Nameless a try?
Mercedes: Nameless isn’t your stereotypical urban fantasy. Luna isn’t a girl who deals deftly with the demonic. She screws up, often, and her mistakes hurt those she loves. I enjoy books that have characters who are born with powers and handle them perfectly, but that isn’t who I wanted to write. I wanted a real girl who is dealt some raw hands, and that’s Luna. She’s fun and surrounded by a delightfully bizarre cast. This is a creepy, feel-good book about death and demons and friendship, and I’m working hard to make sure the trilogy comes to a real and satisfying conclusion.
Nameless eBook categories:
- Horror > Occult
- Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
- Horror> Supernatural