Conceiving Evil
Publisher : Publish America
Description

Horror that will have you looking for a place to hide.

John Tyler is the human form of an ancient demon who walks among them. He has but one desire: to devour the human race. You can run, girls, and you can scream. However, there is no place to hide, and no one to hear you. To his will, you will bend, or you will break. However, make no mistake. His evil will be conceived! Martha Jane Bishop's family is murdered and her innocence is taken during an ancient ritual and conception ceremony, which allows the demon to take possession of the unborn child's human soul. However, his plan has a flaw, and a second seed was planted. The birth and battle of good and evil would come to pass. It will no longer matter who is victorious! The human race can do nothing but pray, pray that somewhere, somehow good survives!C

Conceiving Evil basically takes your average concept/sub genre of devil-impregnating-woman-for-a-birth-into-this-wor ld-with-the-intent-to-destroy-it Anti-Christ-esque/Demon Seed premise and brings flair and original concepts to the table, along with an avalanche of enough mayhem and gore to satisfy the sickest (literarily speaking) among us. The writing itself is unseasoned, but the tale itself along with its crisp characters and plot devices is more than enough to compensate for any shortcomings Blaylock has in any lack of poetic flow and vivid description where further practice promises to make more perfect her technique. She gets the job done, which is what matters. Venturing further down this road of darker fiction, this author, with Conceiving Evil, demands our attention and this gruesome and entertaining entry is a damn good start for a boisterous voice in horror fiction in works to come. 


The Story Behind This Book
CONCEIVING EVIL IS WHERE Good and evil ride the wind and when they touch a young girl's soul, she can only pray that evil, isn’t all that pass through her gate! Run girls! Scream if you must! But there is no place to hide, and no one to hear you! John Tyler is going to rock your world and turn you inside out. To his will, you will bend, or you will break! But one thing is certain, his evil will be, CONCEIVED…!” CONCEIVING EVIL A novel to be read On dark stormy nights when you are home alone, Or with someone you dare to trust. But will that someone sitting next to you, Be friend, or foe? Will the demon spill his seed, And possess the unborn child in the womb of someone you love? Maybe even yours? Venturing further down this road of darker fiction, this author, with Conceiving Evil, demands our attention and this gruesome and entertaining entry is a damn good start for a boisterous voice in horror fiction in works to come.


Praise and Reviews
Posted October 14, 2008, 11:05 AM EST: Conceiving Evil is one horror book that no true horror fans wants to miss.
The charaters are great, and a little offbeat at times. The plot flows from one situation to another with ease. I give the author an A plus for originality. Fantastic read.
Posted April 27, 2007, 6:27 PM EST: Wow John/demon has a great plan, get a girl pregnant, and possess the unborn child so he can escape from hell forever and create his own kingdom upon the earth. Good and evil have one heck of a battle in this horror

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Posted April 22, 2007, 1:48 PM EST: I think the author found the perfect way for a demon to gain access to the human race. I mean what better way than to use a young girl's womb as a gate way, and her unborn child as the key. Look out humanity, this fiction author hasa great mind for spinning tales that will chill you to the bone and beyond.

Posted November 29, 2006, 5:03 PM EST: Conceiving Evil, shines a whole new light on demons, that's for sure. John Tyler has his own way of bringing evil into the world, and his targets in this book, has only one chance to survive. Good and evil, what a ride!



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Kathy Blaylock
Kathy lives in a small town in Virginia, in the Chesapeake Bay area, where she raised her four daughters. She loves writing, and does so in many genres, from poetry, to horror. Fro More...
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