Blood: The Last Vampire

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At Yokota Base in Japan, American soldiers stand guard at the brink of the Vietnam War. Although they fear the enemy outside their base, an even more dangerous enemy waits within — bloodthirsty vampires walk among them. Appearing human, the beasts lurk in secret among the soldiers, waiting for the moment to attack. Saya, a fierce and beautiful vampire hunter, is sent to lead a team of undercover agents whose mission is to decide who is human and who is not, and wipe out the vampires before they can wipe out the ...

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Overview

At Yokota Base in Japan, American soldiers stand guard at the brink of the Vietnam War. Although they fear the enemy outside their base, an even more dangerous enemy waits within — bloodthirsty vampires walk among them. Appearing human, the beasts lurk in secret among the soldiers, waiting for the moment to attack. Saya, a fierce and beautiful vampire hunter, is sent to lead a team of undercover agents whose mission is to decide who is human and who is not, and wipe out the vampires before they can wipe out the base. But even though Saya is a powerful warrior whose skill with her Japanese sword is lethal, her ferocity may not be enough.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781595820297
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
  • Publication date: 11/23/2005
  • Pages: 298
  • Sales rank: 1,139,175
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2008

    Okay...

    It didn't take me long to read this, but it took an even shorter amount of time for me to decide that I didn't like this as much as I liked the movie and the show. It is an interesting book, and I did like it... just not as much as I liked the movie and show. There's a whole lot of conversations and talking. If you're looking for action, you won't get much of it out of this book. I do recommend it, however, if you just want something different to read, or if you want to complete your Blood collection.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2008

    A reviewer

    This book caught me attention only because I know of an anime that is in close relation to this book: Blood+. That was the only reason and once I read it, it was intersting but very good. It was, in my opinion quite funny. There are some instances in the book that make you think critically and end up surprising you but there is a lot of talking and not that much action. If your looking for an especially detailed book on vampires and theroies on the human race and such things by all means get it. However if your loking for a blood bath and action on every corner, I would not reccommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2008

    Engilsh Project

    This is an amazing book. I read it in almost all of my classes. This book constantly has you thinking. There is a lot of interesting dialogue with many charaters. The story is told about a High School student who is protesting about the Vietnam War. He leaves and tavels into an ally and he sees a girl with a sword and blood everywhere. Then finds that he was knocked out and brought to the police covered in blood. He teams up with a detective, and finds out that there were three killings and the three victims had small holes on there wrists with all of their blood drained. The detective gives Rei a picture of a girl named Saya. She was seen at every crime seen before and after. This girl was the one in the ally. Awsome book, Read It!

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