The House on Blackstone Moor, the novel in which he made his debut, won Best Horror in Efestival of Words 2014. And as I said, he was voted Best Villain.
Now, I am pretty happy about that, but I want to do Eco justice. I want everyone to know that he doesn’t just appear as the villainous monster in Book 1 of The Blackstone Vampires Series, he is featured in Unholy Testament – The Beginnings, Book 2 wherein he tells his story. He claims he must confess his sins. But there are so many sins to confess that he must continue his story in Unholy Testament – Full Circle, Book 3. In the The Fourth Bride, Book 4, he appears once again in a most surprising way I have to say. His appearance in this novel will leave you stunned.
Still, Eco is a villain’s villain. He is a monster…
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