She hunts the realm’s most dangerous game. Her fees are exorbitant. She’s worth every coin she receives. Or is she? Magiere has earned a reputation as the most formidable vampire slayer in the land. Villagers far and wide welcome her with both awe and disdain—grateful to her for... show more
She hunts the realm’s most dangerous game. Her fees are exorbitant. She’s worth every coin she receives. Or is she? Magiere has earned a reputation as the most formidable vampire slayer in the land. Villagers far and wide welcome her with both awe and disdain—grateful to her for ridding their towns of the undead menace, but finding themselves made poorer for their salvation. Magiere knows she’s dealing with simple folk, who only wish to have their superstitions silenced, and sees nothing wrong with exploiting them for profit. Now, tired of the game, Magiere and her partner, the half-elf Leesil, are ready to hang up their weapons and settle down in a place they can finally call home. But their newfound peace will not last—for Magiere has come to the attention of a trio of powerful and dangerous vampires who know her true identity—and fear the birthright that flows through her veins. And they will stop at nothing to keep Magiere from fulfilling her destiny.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 7th 2003
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
Series: Noble Dead Saga: Series 1 (#1)
As an author I find it hard, many times, to find books that I think are worth reading. They seem to either be poorly written, plot is all over the place, or just flat out boring. Dhampir was not one of those. This book pulled me in from the start. I, for the first time in a good long time, I found...
3.5 starsAfter recovering from my initial horror that the protagonists made a living fleecing poor villagers with their fake vampire hunting, I started to really enjoy this book. Karma is a bitch, because Magiere and Leesil find themselves meeting real vampires on the way to their ill-gained retire...
Die Geschichte spielt mal in der Vergangenheit, also kein Zukunftquatsch.Ich war sehr überrascht von dem Buch, es führt in die Vergangenheit, die Dörfer sind toll beschrieben und die Charakter genauso. Ab und an schweift man in den Beschreibungen in dem Buch ab , aber das ist eher nur nebensächlich....
This reader's personal opinion, ©2012, all rights reserved, not to be quoted, clipped or used in any way by Google Play, amazon.com or other commercial booksellers* Unforgettable; one of the fantasy series that has become a personal yardstick for measuring others by. Hard to come up with words ...
Decent enough fast read, with pretty good characters, except the main characters companion and dog are unfortunately a lot more likeable and fleshed out than the main character herself. Even the enemies feel a little more rounded. But this was clearly a series opener, so filling in all the back stor...