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Bloody Irish: Celtic Vampire Legends

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  • Posted May 14, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Seriously! Do you even need a review?

    Celtic vampire stories, what could be better? Each story is interesting in its own right. The author pulls folk stories from the irish history and tells a thrilling tale of vampires on the emerald isle. My favorite is Miss O'Hare, just a captivating little story. I discovered this book in the bargain section at my local Barnes and Noble store and consider it as one of my best buys. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in Ireland, vampires, or just looking for neat conversation peice or coffee table book. This is a great book to have around when you have a few minutes and want something interesting to just pick up and scan through.

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

    Bloody well done!

    This book is one that truly surprised me. Many of the tales collected in this book were ones I have never come across before, but were still able to send definite chills down my spine. In most vampire collections, the same stories are repeated, much out of necessity (what collection would be complete without '___'?), so to have a book with all new legends and tales was truly refreshing. Curran did an expert job pulling these tales together, and my library is much richer for it.

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