The Light at the End
Publish date: January 28th 2000
Publisher: Stealth Press
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
Deathcomes quicklyin the night.Sinister intent.Man,in the end,inevitably accepts.by NikkiFree on Amazon 4-11-13I get it; The Original Splatterpunk-ers. I don't get the mediocre writing or over-easy characters. They're practically running all over the pages. There were times when I wanted the story t...
This is often regarded as one of the first splatterpunk novels. Sounds right to me. Nice mixture of grungy city life, punks, junkies, and...what else?...vampires.
Plot-wise--great book, clever story arc and a fantastic ending. As a vampire story (ie was the vampire sufficiently evil, nasty, unromantic and fear inducing?) excellent. Characterization--so so. My main complaint was that the writing style was quite juvenile at times. Overall I gave it 4 stars ...
Another interesting take on the Vampire mythology. This is a slasher gore filled adventure that keeps you on the edge of your seat. I really like the take on Vlad that named him as a punk wannabe rather than a vicious vampire himself. Most of the action takes place in the subways and streets of M...
I didn't enjoy this book. I couldn't connect with the characters, so I wasn't interested in what was happening to them.
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