Blood and Rust: Two Novels of the Cleveland Undead

Blood and Rust Two Novels of the Cleveland Undead FINALLY BACK IN PRINT AND IN A SINGLE VOLUME TWO NOVELS FEATURING VAMPIRES IN CLEVELAND Finally back in print Raven and The Flesh The Blood and The Fire are two boundary breaking novels set in Clev

  • Title: Blood and Rust: Two Novels of the Cleveland Undead
  • Author: S.A. Swiniarski
  • ISBN: 9780756404161
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • FINALLY BACK IN PRINT AND IN A SINGLE VOLUME TWO NOVELS FEATURING VAMPIRES IN CLEVELAND Finally back in print, Raven and The Flesh, The Blood, and The Fire are two boundary breaking novels set in Cleveland, Ohio but is this an average American city with hardworking families striving to fulfill the American dream or the kind of town where death is anything but final and onFINALLY BACK IN PRINT AND IN A SINGLE VOLUME TWO NOVELS FEATURING VAMPIRES IN CLEVELAND Finally back in print, Raven and The Flesh, The Blood, and The Fire are two boundary breaking novels set in Cleveland, Ohio but is this an average American city with hardworking families striving to fulfill the American dream or the kind of town where death is anything but final and one s neighbors may not be as normal as they seem

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    1. The first of the two novels in this collection was OK--bit of a rehash of contemporary vampire fiction (shadow society with intricate heirarchy), plus rather overdone characters and some dubious biology explaining vampirism. If you've spent any time in Cleveland, the image of vampires rampaging through the Arabica coffee house in Cleveland Heights is pretty entertaining, though.Enjoyed the second novel more. The weaving of the vampire story in with notable events in Cleveland history of the 30's [...]

    2. Okay, I've rated Raven separately and gave it three stars (too much Poe, too little side character development, many unanswered questions, who dun it reveal)So this is more a review of my impressions of book two. I feel that this one had the cop drama, the super villain, well developed characters, answered questions, a pulpy horror feel, some gore and existential crises, and an ending that packed a punch. It's not the best book I've read, but I really do appreciate it as a whole. I feel it was a [...]

    3. I actually enjoyed this book and both stories. The author kept my attention with his knowledge of my hometown. Its pretty much like most vampire tales, but it was worth my time. Wish the author would continue that first storyline into series

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