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By David L.Dawson | Comments: ( 700 ) | Date: ( Dec 14, 2019 )

The planet Stoker was once home to humanity Now it is ruled by vampires, thriving in their new utopia The surviving humans are used as slaves and are taught that they are inferior beings.Ashlyn Fountain is brought out from cryogenic suspension in the year of 1005 She is bought as a slave by the wealthy Sublime family and given as a maid to Vienna, their eldest vampire dThe planet Stoker was once home to humanity Now it is ruled by vampires, thriving in their new utopia The surviving humans are used as slaves and are taught that they are inferior beings.Ashlyn Fountain is brought out from cryogenic suspension in the year of 1005 She is bought as a slave by the wealthy Sublime family and given as a maid to Vienna, their eldest vampire daughter Ashlyn quickly comes to realise that vampires are monsters, even the handsome Jensen Sublime, who bears a remarkable resemblance to the hero in her favourite vampire novel.This is the first book in The Blood Dynasty Chronicles, a new serialised paranormal romance series.


  • Title: The Girl from Yesterday
  • Author: David L.Dawson
  • ISBN: 9781478124504
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

David L.Dawson

David L Dawson is the writer of The Fall and The Sky Is Falling, the first two parts of an explosive new dystopian quartet He also wrote the novella series Snow White and Trip, as well as the upcoming middle grade Book of Fire trilogy Upcoming projects include The Girl from Yesterday, a dystopian scifi vampire romance novel



Comments The Girl from Yesterday

  • VampireNovelFan

    I'll Read the Next OneIf you're up for a new YA series, there are certainly worse ways to spend 99 cents. I actually quite enjoyed this novel, though I will admit there were some similar themes between this one and another one I read almost directly after it. Though I liked both, I don't think I'd read their future books back to back because I feel like I'd mix up the stories. The cover is nice departure from the usual urban fantasy/paranormal style, but the story certainly isn't. The writing co [...]


  • Cat

    This book sounds absolutely gorgeous! A tale of the future, forbidden love, and my favorite--vampires! A slave falls in love with a royal vampire prince. . . so suspenseful!


  • Betsy

    About once a week I scroll through the free ebooks to see if anything new has been added that looks appealing. Last weeks selection was The Girl from Yesterday. I go in fully knowing that it may be terribly written, and that I should not feel guilty when not finishing a book that I did not pay for. And a book in the free list to be given 4 stars pretty much means I would have enjoyed it even if I had payed for it. So I'm giving it props.I was instantly drawn by the plot: the planet Stoker is rul [...]


  • Christoph Fischer

    "The Girl From Yesterday" by David L. Dawson is a cleverly set up first book in a series.In it a woman is 'un-frozen' to a world that has been taken over by vampires and humans, just like herself, are kept as slaves.Her main conflict arises from the romantic notion she has about vampires from a novel she once read, and the fact that the beautiful Jensen, her vampire master, is just like she had imagined the hero of her book.This is a well written beginning of the series but because of some sort [...]


  • laura jones

    At first I liked the concept of this book, although the more I read, the more I realised its not that unique. Personally it didn’t grab me, mostly because I found it to be aimed at a younger, teenage audience. The story seemed a little under developed and clichéd to me. The scene where “Darin” and Ashlyn meet for the first time was rushed and obvious, just as much of the book was. I’m not saying I hated the book, but I’m not a fan of vampire books based on teenage characters because t [...]


  • Meg

    No, very much no.Between the "Sunset" references to Meyer's Twilight series and the twisted rules for vampires, which are never made clear, and the forced love interest was not interesting. And Union Jack? Really?


  • Joanna

    looking forward to the next book


  • Elizabeth

    I loved it,great way to start a new series,while its only 44 pages its still a great way to start new take on vampires and humansn't wait to read book 2 .


  • Piseog

    3.5 starsFairly good concept and I like how fast paced it was. It didn't drag. I just wish it wasn't only 46 pages.Hated the stupid comparisons to Twiligh though.


  • Maria Swanson

    I actually really loved this! I wasn't sure considering how short it is and that it was a free ebook. But seriously, I loved it.


  • Alexis

    Not my cup of tea


  • Jessica Neary

    Loved it can't wait to read the next one.


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