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by - written on 14/02/13 (Useful, 10 readings)
When Kester Lawson see's his sister enthralled and taken by a vampire he vows to get his revenge. After studying at Oxford he was able to access the grand library and he spent hours researching the creature, trying to find ways to kill it. The list of ways to kill the vampire was as long as the list of vampire tales in folklore, but one amulet caught his eye. Alas it had been lost during the crusades and the only way to get another was to have one made. The biggest problem was that it needed to be blessed by the monks on Lindisfarne - the monastery was long disused and the monks long gone. How would Kester bless the amulet? Would he be able to find the vampire that Read the complete review
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