The Sommelier Book Description Featurette
Current Awards/Accolades for The Nosferatu Conspiracy
Winner: Best Paranormal Fiction, 2022 Pacific Book Awards, 2nd Place (The Sommelier)
Winner: Best Horror Novel, 2021 Independent Press Award, 1st Place (The Sleepwalker)
Winner: Best Horror Novel, 2021 Benjamin Franklin Award, Silver Medal (The Sleepwalker)
Winner: Reader's Favorite 2020 Book Awards, Supernatural Fiction, Silver Medal (The Sleepwalker)
Finalist: Best Horror Novel, 2021 Next Generation Book Award (The Sleepwalker)
Finalist: 2020 Millennium Book Award (The Sleepwalker)
Blue Ink Review: Best Books of 2020 (The Sleepwalker)
Indie Reader: Best Books of April 2020 (The Sleepwalker)
"...a highly satisfying merging of horror and political milieus. A vigorous & immersive vampire tale set against the twilight of the Romanovs."—Kirkus Reviews
"...enthralling series launch...a superior job of integrating the unrest preceding the Russian Revolution into the gore-filled action....Fans of historical horror thrillers will be eager to see where Gage goes next."—Publishers Weekly
"On every page, this supernatural historical delivers abundant thrills & chills. This wonderfully terrifying blend of bloody history and vicious vampires will hold supernatural suspense fans in thrall." - Book Life, Editor's Choice, Mar. 2020
★ Starred Review for The Sommelier "...[A] Dark Masterwork..." "...a grand-scale storytelling tour de force..." "...will literally leave readers breathless..." "...wildly original & entertaining..." —BlueInk Reviews.
"Nothing short of brilliant."
"Highly graphic & wonderfully disturbing..."
"A powerfully grim tale with an accurate historical atmosphere and a highly inventive thriller plot that
keeps you gripped at every turn." - K.C. Finn, Reader's Favorite
BOOK ONE: THE SLEEPWALKER
An Epic Supernatural Suspense
Thriller by Brian James Gage
★ Starred Review "...Relentless..." "...Deliciously dark..." "...Darkly stylish..." "...an irresistible read. Dark fantasy and historical thriller fans alike will devour this book." —BlueInk Reviews