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Slower than some, but still great
This Vampire Hunter D book felt harder to get into. It was slower moving in a lot of areas, and there was far more character introduction and description -- obviously though, this is to set up for the much longer second volume. Still very good and very interesting, however, and well worth the slower parts. The characters are all very innovative and mysterious, and you can't help but wonder how D will manage to defeat them all, especially if they team up. A very intertaining read, and from what I've read of #8 at this point, a must read because the second volume is CRAZY!
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Posted September 13, 2011
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