The Vampire's Assistant (Cirque Du Freak, #2)
Darren Shan was just an ordinary schoolboy until his visit to the Cirque Du Freak. Now, as he struggles with his new life as a Vampire's Assistant, he tries desperately to resist the one temptation that sickens him, the one thing that can keep him alive. But destiny is calling. The Wolf Man is... show more
Darren Shan was just an ordinary schoolboy until his visit to the Cirque Du Freak. Now, as he struggles with his new life as a Vampire's Assistant, he tries desperately to resist the one temptation that sickens him, the one thing that can keep him alive. But destiny is calling. The Wolf Man is waiting.
Publish date: October 1st 2002
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 241
Edition language: English
Series: The Saga of Darren Shan 0 (#2)
I remember now why this series stuck with me for the last 11 years. The great thing about Darren Shan is that everything leads up to something. Nothing is left to chance and nothing is ever meaningless. Throughout the book there were so many clues about what was going to happen and even outright fo...
Even better than Cirque Du Freak. I LOVE this series. The second one in is darker and more violent than the first, but it's so intelligently and compellingly written that I'd still be absolutely chuffed to bits to find my son reading this when he's a few years older, violence and all. Darren's co...
EDIT So I just finished watching The Vampire's Assistant the film... I'm kind of disappointed. The film was completely different — the film was a mixture of both A Living Nightmare and this; the first 30 minutes of it stuck with book one. Unfortunately, it did not continue with the plot and started ...
Spannend geht die Serie weiter!Darren schließt sich dem wilden Haufen des Mitternachtszirkus an. Als Assistent von Mr. Crepsley, einem Vampir, erlebt er verrückte Abenteuer – aber hat auch ein Problem: Durst, großen Durst. Denn aus dem ganz normalen Jungen ist ein Halbvampir geworden ..Er versucht d...
I do not know if the original books have the campiness that the movie and the manga have. This makes it more enjoyable and the images fun. Characters are likable and relate-able. The fact that Darren Shan named the character that is a vampire after himself is just awesome. I knew what was going to h...