The Golden - Lucius Shepherd Reviews
Description:ISBN 1857981103 / Author: Lucius Shepherd / Genre: Horror / An enormous, monstrous castle housing the vampire clans of the world is the setting for a great vampire ceremony - The Golden.
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by - written on 14/12/00, updated on 14/12/00 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Set in a huge gothic castle, so big it has its own weather systems, comes this tale of vampires. Based on a centennial meeting where all the clans visit Castle Banat, to discuss their future, and to partake of the blood of the 'Golden'. The Golden is a human, whose bloodline has been carefully bred to be the most pure, and intoxicating. Her blood is to be consumed at a special feast. Visiting for the first time is Beheim. A newly turned vampire, he was the scourge of Parisian criminals whilst alive as head of the police force. Now, still coming to terms with his own vampirism, he is thrust into the awful spotlight, as the day before the feast of the ... Read the complete review
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