The Rage Wars (Vampires Don't Cry: Book 3) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Part Helsing part vampire, Lyman Bracks, teams with the Unicorps Organization to track down the leader of the vampire cult in Arizona.
As the investigation deepens, he realizes that the movement is more entrenched than first envisaged, and must enlist the help of some dubious sources to regain the advantage.
Vampire Mandy Cross finds herself torn between her loyalty to her friends, and the call of the vampire ...
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The Rage Wars (Vampires Don't Cry: Book 3)

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Overview

Part Helsing part vampire, Lyman Bracks, teams with the Unicorps Organization to track down the leader of the vampire cult in Arizona.
As the investigation deepens, he realizes that the movement is more entrenched than first envisaged, and must enlist the help of some dubious sources to regain the advantage.
Vampire Mandy Cross finds herself torn between her loyalty to her friends, and the call of the vampire that turned her; group leader Alan McCartney. It’s a force too strong to dismiss.
The fight against the vampire force escalates out of control, as they find themselves up against a ‘rage’ drug which the vampires have developed. Lyman and Mandy must prepare for all-out war.
Ian writes as Lyman Bracks, in dogged pursuit of his old friend, now adversary, Alan McCartney.
April writes as vampire Mandy Cross, who finds her old ties to Alan are difficult to ignore.

The series, so far…
Vampires Don’t Cry, Book 1: Vampire High School
Vampires Don’t Cry, Book 2: The Helsing Diaries
Vampires Don’t Cry, Book 3: The Rage Wars
Vampires Don’t Cry, Book 4: Blood Red Roses

And our huge character back story Anthology;
Vampires Don’t Cry: Blood Anthology
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014359771
  • Publisher: Hallanish Publishing; Ian Hall
  • Publication date: 5/7/2012
  • Series: Vampire High School , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 300
  • Sales rank: 1,237,774
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Vampire High School is a two author, two voice adventure.
Ian writes from the perspective of Lyman Bracks; Helsing first, but with a fair bit of vampire blood coursing through his veins; talk about a conflict of interests.
April writes from the perspective of Mandy Cross, a vampire, a traitor to her race; who has forsaken the vampire mold, bent on vengeance against her own kind.
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  • Posted June 3, 2012

    I didn't get into the first book with great expectations. "

    I didn't get into the first book with great expectations. "Vampire High School"? C'mon. As a fan of the genre, I'll admit to having a bit of a grudge over what today's authors have done to vampires in general. That's the attitude I brought with me into this new series. But, these writers bring something new to the table; a new style of laying out the story and a new style of vampire. The vamps have grit, charisma and... yep... teeth!
    Book 1 starts off with two very distinct story lines. Mandy: cheerleader turned vamp. Lyman: nerd turned vamp killer. The authors weave their two stories in and out through the book, never coming together until the very end in a gripping climax. Dynamite! I'll admit the beginning was a little rough for me. Get through that and it's a terrific read.
    Book 2 picks up right where 1 stops. Now Lyman and Mandy are in this together, both trying to figure out where they belong in the big scheme of vampire vs. Helsing (the hunters). Each has their loyalties tested, but they cling to each other throughout it all.
    Book 3 again... picks up where the last book left off. In this one you really get how the characters have grown & come into their own. It culminates in a big showdown between vamps & Helsings.
    After I got started with Vampire High, I just tore through the series. It never stops, not a dull moment. Really looking forward to book 4!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 31, 2012

    The Title says it all; RAGE WARS.

    I love these guys. It's like two people telling you a story, it's a great twist on writing, and it works.
    Ok... the review.
    This starts at the end of book 2, and just goes ON!
    Don't be put off by the title; Vampire High School.
    This a serious novel about a turf war between vampires.
    Seems the vampires have also developed a rage gas that kind of imitates vampire properties.
    This is book 3 (obviously) and it goes deeper than before. The guys are in more trouble than ever before, and it shows.
    The last pages are like something out of Alocalypse Now.
    Great book guys. Can't wait for book 4.

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