Vampire Apocalypse: A World Torn Asunder - Derek Gunn Reviews
Description:ISBN 097679148X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Derek Gunn / Paperback / 216 Pages / Book is published 2006-09-01 by KHP Industries
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Derek Gunn Vampire Apocalypse: A World Torn Asunder
Pages: 216, Paperback, KHP Publisher
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by - written on 27/07/08 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Given the recent success of the film version of Matheson's "I Am Legend", it's not a surprise that anything featuring humans fighting vampires should be optioned for a film version. Admittedly, the identity of the enemy is really the only thing the two books have in common, but on reading this one, I can see exactly why the film industry would be interested. Gunn shows us how the vampires first seized control after the break down of civilisation. We are briefly introduced to their human guards and the methods they use to keep them and the human populace under control. After this, it's straight into the action, as a group of rebels seek to destroy ... Read the complete review
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