A Memoir Of Carl
by Jane Jordan
A Memoir of Carl is the conclusive book in the Ravens Deep Trilogy. This is the story of one man's emotional and psychological journey, in which he tries to make sense of the terror that has befallen him. For Carl was bitten by a vampire. He was left for dead, but that mercy did not happen. Instead he was propelled into a dark unknown, where unimaginable horrors force him to realise his sinister nature. Now, he is determined to find the girl that destroyed his life so easily. He believes that only she can make sense of his destiny, and give him the answers he needs. But his quest is hindered by powerful reflections and the unwavering love of Sarah, a ballerina. That dominant emotion keeps him bound, it forces him to hear the echo's and bear witness to the life he left behind. Carl must find a balance within this time, without destroying his one true love, and his destruction can easily come about, if not from the modern world, then from another vampire. But loss is inevitable, and when fate takes Sarah from him, Carls reveals his shocking ulterior motive, why this memoir had to be written. A Memoir of Carl is set against the historic backdrop of Stirling, Scotland and its historic castle, the prestigious London opera house and a gothic stately home. All of which paints a remarkable picture that is rich in detail, and unexpectedly chilling.