Vampires Don't Cry (Old Blood Book: Howard Weeks) [NOOK Book]

Overview

This is the first of the longer back stories of the characters in the Vampires Don't Cry Series. Old Blood tells the story of Howard Weeks, CEO of the Helsing Organisation. From his birth in Krakow, Poland in 1836, through the Great War to the present day. At 17,000 words,...
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Vampires Don't Cry (Old Blood Book: Howard Weeks)

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Overview

This is the first of the longer back stories of the characters in the Vampires Don't Cry Series. Old Blood tells the story of Howard Weeks, CEO of the Helsing Organisation. From his birth in Krakow, Poland in 1836, through the Great War to the present day. At 17,000 words, it is Novella length, and a superb addition to the VDC world.
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: 2940014691994
  • Publisher: Hallanish Publishing; Ian Hall
  • Publication date: 6/15/2012
  • Series: Vampire High School Old Blood , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 264 KB

Meet the Author

This is the fifth title we've ePublished under the "Vampire High School" banner.
After the initial trilogy, we decided to publish some backstory of some of the more major characters. We hope you enjoy.
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  • Posted May 31, 2012

    Ok. It's backstory. I get it now.

    I picked this one expecting a novel, but it's not.
    It's a short story, giving a backstory (in nice detail) of one of the characters in the main novels (Vampire High School 1).
    (Not telling you which one; that would spoile it)
    Looking back, it was only 99c, and it shows these guys are serious about their readers and the world they're creating.
    I would have given 4 stars, cos not a novel, but it was a cool story, so got upgraded.

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