The Immortal Plague

The Immortal Plague

The Immortal Plague

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“The Immortal Plague” by M.K. Dawn is the thrilling opener to The Immortal Wars Trilogy, a dystopian vampire saga that grips readers from the first page and plunges them into a world where immortals reign supreme, and humans are ensnared in a perilous fight for survival. This novel combines the elements of suspense, a dystopian future, and a hint of romance in a narrative that is as fast-paced as it is intricate, exploring themes of power, resistance, and the bonds of family.

Ethan Calaway, the protagonist, is a man shaped by loss and driven by the fierce determination to protect those he loves. Living off the grid has become second nature to Ethan, a necessary means to evade the tyrannical rule of the Immortal Council that seeks to dominate and exploit humans. His life takes a drastic turn when he discovers his sister is missing, last seen in the very heart of danger—The Immortal Realm. Ethan’s quest to find her thrusts him into a world far more treacherous and entangled than he had ever imagined.


Dawn’s narrative skillfully navigates Ethan’s perilous journey into enemy territory, crafting a tale that is both a personal quest for rescue and a broader exploration of rebellion against oppression. The author excels in building a dystopian world that is vivid and believable, marked by the stark contrast between the might of the immortals and the resilience of the human spirit.

The inclusion of “unlikely allies” adds depth to the storyline, introducing characters that are richly developed and whose alliances with Ethan are fraught with tension, uncertainty, and the potential for betrayal. These relationships are central to the plot, weaving together themes of trust, sacrifice, and the unexpected ways in which individuals can come together in the face of a common enemy.

One of the most compelling aspects of “The Immortal Plague” is its exploration of the Immortal Council. Dawn delves into the politics, power struggles, and the chillingly detached perspective the immortals have toward humans. This exploration sets the stage for an intriguing juxtaposition of morality and immorality, survival, and supremacy, providing a fertile ground for Ethan’s growth as a character and for the unfolding of the trilogy’s overarching conflict.

As the narrative unfolds, Ethan uncovers secrets that challenge his understanding of the world and force him to confront the reality that the battle against the Immortal Council is far more complex than a simple fight for survival. These revelations serve to heighten the stakes of his mission, imbuing the plot with a sense of urgency and depth that propels the story forward to its climactic conclusion.

However, “The Immortal Plague” is not without its moments of lightness; the burgeoning romance and the camaraderie that develops among Ethan and his allies offer glimmers of hope in a world overshadowed by darkness. These elements of human connection and affection are what ultimately gives the novel its heart, grounding the fantastical elements in the reality of human emotion and resilience.

“The Immortal Plague” is a masterfully crafted tale that stands as a formidable entry into the vampire dystopian genre. M.K. Dawn has woven a thrilling and thought-provoking narrative, setting the stage for what promises to be an unforgettable trilogy. With its blend of action, intrigue, and emotional depth, this novel is a must-read for fans of dystopian thrillers and vampire fiction alike.

The Immortal Plague

In a world ruled by Immortals....

...humans have everything to fear.

Ethan Calaway has spent years living off the grid and out of the watchful eyes of the world's blood-thirsty overlords.

Until his sister goes missing. Her last known location: The Immortal Realm. Breaking into enemy territory won't be easy. Getting out alive? Near impossible.

But with the help of a couple of unlikely allies, he might have a chance. Can Ethan save his sister from the clutches of the Immortal Council? Or will the secrets he uncovers cost him his life?