David, a blind oracle who can predict the future, has gathered hunters from around the globe to confront a growing threat upon Earth. A vampire nation has taken control of much of the world, extending its influence throughout the nations dominating the modern era.
A mage, a warrior, and a werewolf strike out against immortal opponents. A scientist, a paladin, and a druid struggle to find a way to reverse vampirism. An elf works alongside animated corpses of a necromancer and his loyal assistant.
The races of the human born will be forced to choose sides as a global war begins.
Music often inspires scenes, helps mold the tone of a narrative, and in some cases, defines a character.
What follows is a collection of songs that are the soundtrack to this novel.
The opening of the movie is scenes of vampires throughout all aspects of society, corporate executives, world leaders, even random low-level employees attacking innocent people in secret. Then it reveals a series of scenes of vampire hunters, people fighting back, protecting potential victims from this threat.
Blood Oath : The Movie
Lilith, Vampire Goddess
Eva has such a powerful presence to her. She can easily convince an audience that she is a goddess responsible for the creation of all vampires. Eventually a prequel book will tell of her origins, and as an actress, she can reveal a gradual loss of her humanity into something dark, twisted, with no regard for life.
Bonus Scene: Not Found In Book
In a movie/television presentation of Blood Oath... Hopefully, in time, a scene will come to mind that would be an ideal addition to this narrative. However, as of yet, none has been established. If you have read the novel and during your experience with this incredible world, you have come up with a potentially "deleted" scene not found in the book, an idea for the opening, or an interesting way to close out the story, then contact us at this address. If we like the idea, it will become cannon with you credited as creator of this scenario.
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