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Jonathan Mumbai is a member of a species closely related to humans. Humans are classified as Homo Sapiens. Jonathan Mumbai is a member of a species known as Vampire Sapiens, a forgotten relative of man lost to history and lore. Thought to be erased from the earth, Jonathan Mumbai has been in a three-hundred year hibernation, but he is awake now.Mumbai is on a mission to resurrect his race and plans to use the frailties of humans as his vehicle to recreate a Vampire Sapien nation. ESSENCE Bestselling author D.T. Pollard was born in Henderson, Texas, and currently lives in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He is married and has one son.

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