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SCROLLS OF THE DEAD: The Vampire Nation Chronicles-A Trilogy Billie Sue Mosiman

SCROLLS OF THE DEAD: The Vampire Nation Chronicles-A Trilogy

Billie Sue Mosiman

Published September 6th 2011
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 About the Book 

All three novels of the Vampire Nation Chronicles in an omnibus edition. Includes LEGIONS OF THE DARK, RISE OF THE LEGEND, and HUNTER OF THE DEAD.Three entire novels of the Vampire Nation Chronicles that follows a young woman into adulthood,MoreAll three novels of the Vampire Nation Chronicles in an omnibus edition. Includes LEGIONS OF THE DARK, RISE OF THE LEGEND, and HUNTER OF THE DEAD.Three entire novels of the Vampire Nation Chronicles that follows a young woman into adulthood, marriage, and, in Book Two, into the life of her half-vampire/half-human son, Malachi. Malachi will be asked to fulfill a prophecy and become the greatest vampire hunter of all time. An omnibus edition by the Stoker nominated author, Billie Sue Mosiman.5 Star Reviews:This novel provides a new fascinating twist to the vampire legend. Billie Sue Mosiman is excellent at creating characters that appear genuine even those who are supernatural because she makes her supporting evidence sound believable and scientific. Although the obvious inclination is to categorize RED MOON RISING as horror or perhaps urban fantasy, the novel contains a coming of age plot that deals with choices, morality, and honor. Genre fans and some mainstream readers will toast Ms. Mosiman for her creative novel.Harriet KlausnerBlows Ann Rice out of the water!, June 12, 2001By A CustomerThis review is from: Red Moon Rising: A Vampire Novel (Paperback)If you enjoy reading Ann Rice then You MUST check this writer out! This was the second Billie Sue Mosiman book Ive read, and she is awesome! This one really put me on the edge of my reading chair! Happy reading...5.0 out of 5 stars A New Vampire-story twist, June 7, 2001ByM. L. D. Barnes GitonCrais (The Hague, The Netherlands) - See all my reviews(REAL NAME)This review is from: Red Moon Rising: A Vampire Novel (Paperback)I enjoyed this book and read it in one go. I liked the twist on the old vampire-story, where vampires are living among us and are just sufferers from a disease and trying to live normal lives. Where not all vampires are just preying on humankind. Predators, to prey, supply blood for other vampires and kill renegades. Cravens, little weaklinglings. Normals, as it says: no killers and trying to fit in with the humans.Seems to me to have overtures of the Kindred: vampire-clans, Mentor like Archon, a vampire who tries to keep peace between the clans and a leader to help other vampires cope with their existence.Nice concept and I hope it will be a first in a series rather than a stand-alone novel.