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A Hybrid’s Tale (eBook)

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A Hybrid’s Tale
A Hybrid’s Tale eBook Cover, written by Andrew P. Weston
A Hybrid’s Tale eBook Cover,
written by Andrew P. Weston
Author(s) Andrew P. Weston
Series The Cambion Journals
Publisher Raven Tale
Publication date March 23, 2022
Media type eBook
Length 177 Pages
Followed by Call of the Cambion

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

For other uses of the word Incubus, see Incubus (disambiguation).

A Hybrid’s Tale is an eBook written by Andrew P. Weston. It is the first work in the Cambion Journals series by this author. In this work both Succubi and Incubi characters appear.


  • Title: A Hybrid’s Tale
  • Author: Andrew P. Weston
  • Published By: Raven Tale
  • Length: 177 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: March 23, 2022

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Plot Summary

Born a Cambion – a half-demon, half-human hybrid – and cursed by a terrible hunger he can barely control, Augustus Thorne spends his long and lonely life hunting and exterminating any Incubi and Succubae he can find. But no matter how many he destroys, he can always make room for one more. Especially if it’s the foul scum who raped his mother; Augustus’ own spawn-father, Fanon.

Guided by his mother’s diaries, Augustus pursues Fanon down through the centuries and around the world, until fate seems to point him toward his heart’s desire. Yet, things are not as they appear, and the revelations Augustus uncovers are mind boggling. For if he wishes to face his father, he must first learn more about his own unique heritage, and the awful circumstances that led to his creation.

The trouble is, doing so might just cost him his humanity.

Book Review

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