The Almost Human Series

The Almost Human Series

In the sleepy town of Northam, Massachusetts, not everyone is who they seem to be. 

If you like heart-racing action, highly-driven characters, and strong family ties, then you’ll love C.L. Mannarino’s visceral vision of a world where the supernatural is very much alive.

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A struggling high school senior, Scott wants nothing more than to have his much-divided, social-climbing family believe him when he comes to them with something important, no matter how often he disregards their rules.

One night, Scott catches his father’s beautiful colleague, Maria, drinking his father’s blood in their office parking lot. When his father has no recollection of this event, and gets weaker the more he spends time with Maria, Scott turns to his mother and sister for help.

When he realizes that Maria has captured their hearts and minds, as well, Scott has to find a way to believe in himself, and become more than anyone thought he was capable of, in order to stop her.

But what will it cost him?

 

19-year-old Scott decides to satisfy his hunger with a local girl in rural Arizona, but when his need for blood gets the best of him, he’ll have more to answer for than just his thirst.

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In Northam, Massachusetts, the world is falling apart.

17-year-old Zara de Jaager’s lost one of her moms to a vampire. The other is struggling to make things seem as normal as possible. And Scott Whitney, the only person who knows the truth about her mom’s death, has gone missing.

Zara’s read the notes. She’s studied the lore. She’s even made a connection between Scott’s story and a job her mom was working on.

Except no one wants to talk about it. And when she finds out that there might even be an entire village of vampires existing under their noses, her family shuts her down.

So Zara pushes back, hard. But when she realizes what’s at stake, she’s left wondering:

is taking up her mom’s job really worth it?

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