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32 Fangs: A Final Vampire Tale

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2012

    A satisfying end to a great series

    This series is a great alternative to the trend of eroticising vampires. The entire series is worth checking out if you're a fan of horror and want scary vampires in your reading. Also great for fans of 30 Days of Night.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2012

    Excellet Excellent end

    A very satisfying end to one of my favorite seried. Laura Claxton has survived the loss of everthing she cares for- her mentor, career, freedom, love, and even her humanity. As she prepares herself for the final battle with Malvern she evaluates what this battle has meant to her life and sanity. Wellington describes the origins of Malvern from her own point of view. A significant part of the story is told from Clara's perspective. There isn't quite as much action and gore as the previous books, but the action that is there is plenty exciting. You will not be disappointed.

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  • Posted May 19, 2012

    A great finish to a fantastic series. Wellington manages to ret

    A great finish to a fantastic series. Wellington manages to return vampires to their monsterous roots, and adds some twists that make them even more evil.
    The final showdown between the undead army of the last vampire and the small army of law enforcement is brutal and bloody.

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  • Posted May 17, 2012

    Great ending to the vampire series by Wellington!

    I remember finding 13 bullets a couple of years ago at Borders as part of its paperback bogo sale. Once I bought and read it, I was hooked. 32 Fangs answered all those internal questions I had by giving a glimmer into Malvern's descention from human to vampire to archenemy of vampire hunter Laura Caxton. It picks up a few years after 23 hours and explores Caxton preparing for the final battle against Malvern. Previous characters like Clara, Glauer, Fetlock, Uriel and Patience Polder have roles to play in the final showdown along with some others. Once you start reading, you don't want to stop. Horror lovers will enjoy this gritty tale.

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  • Posted May 1, 2012

    Very satisfying conclusion to this awesome series.

    Very satisfying conclusion to this awesome series.

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