The Darkest Heart - Nancy A Collins Reviews
Description:ISBN 1565048458 / Genre: Horror / Author: Nancy A Collins / Paperback / 183 Pages / Book is published 2002-09-01 by White Wolf Publishing
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by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Darkest Heart is, according to author Nancy.A.Collins, the final Sonja Blue novel ever likely to be written. This seems to be fair enough as Sonja has appeared not just in her own series but also as a cameo in many of Collins' other works over a period of a just over 10 years. In that time, Sonja has undergone many changes and faced many dangers but the biggest threat to her existance has always been herself and her ongoing inner conflict with the vampire parasite that lives inside her that she has named "The Other!" This latest installment opens with a short story that has previously been published independently but also as one of the opening ... Read the complete review
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