Dominion [NOOK Book]

Overview

Vampire slayings on the back streets of Chicago are a matter of concern for Mr. Talisman aka Count Dracula and a certain Chicago cop, Joe Keogh. On the trail of criminal vampires, Talisman and Joe are soon embroiled in a deadly struggle between the most powerful sorcerers of all time.
Straight from Arthurian legend to 20th C Chicago and rural Illinois comes the struggle of the two greatest wizards of all ages: Merlin, forever locked in a spell of despair by protégé Morgan le ...
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Dominion

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Overview

Vampire slayings on the back streets of Chicago are a matter of concern for Mr. Talisman aka Count Dracula and a certain Chicago cop, Joe Keogh. On the trail of criminal vampires, Talisman and Joe are soon embroiled in a deadly struggle between the most powerful sorcerers of all time.
Straight from Arthurian legend to 20th C Chicago and rural Illinois comes the struggle of the two greatest wizards of all ages: Merlin, forever locked in a spell of despair by protégé Morgan le Fay, and the eternally beautiful Morgan le Fay, who would wring one last secret of power from her tutor

Another exciting adventure across time for Fred’s courtly vampire. A story specially captivating for fans of the Arthurian legend and rogue vampires.
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It's all very well to say that Fred Saberhagen's Dracula series is always enjoyable, as I have seen one reviewer state, but this particular book is phenomenally good. It is number five in the series, but can be read as a standalone story as I did the first time. Dracula (a good guy) meets Merlin, still ensorceled by Morgan La Fay and a pathetic shell of himself. There are details in the book that I found truly chilling, as I seldom do in fiction . . .
Patrick E. Oneil
It's all very well to say that Fred Saberhagen's Dracula series is always enjoyable, as I have seen one reviewer state, but this particular book is phenomenally good. It is number five in the series, but can be read as a standalone story as I did the first time. Dracula (a good guy) meets Merlin, still ensorceled by Morgan La Fay and a pathetic shell of himself. There are details in the book that I found truly chilling, as I seldom do in fiction . . .
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011894992
  • Publisher: JSS Literary Productions
  • Publication date: 11/11/2010
  • Series: Dracula Series, #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 353,130
  • File size: 454 KB

Meet the Author

Fred Saberhagen is widely published in many areas of speculative fiction. He is best known for his Berserker, Swords, and Dracula series. Less known is his foray into mythology with Books of the Gods. In addition Fred wrote a number of non-series fantasy and science fiction novels and a great number of short stories. For more information on Fred visit his website at www.fredsaberhagen.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2012

    Ugh

    While his other books in the series were pretty good, I feel this one was awful. Too many characters to follow, too many people built up as important who end up not being so, a lot of fixation on how much one guy is lusting after another character, and a ton of loose ends. The Arthurian legends mixed in were mildly interesting, but you really have to know your stuff to understand most of it. If you liked the first few of this guy's series, dont bother with this one.

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  • Posted September 5, 2012

    Interesting.

    The idea again of combining legends, Camelot. A good read.

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