Blood of the Impaler by Jeffrey Sackett

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Published by Bantam .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Horror - General,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Fiction - Horror,
  • Horror

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatMass Market Paperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7824514M
ISBN 100553281836
ISBN 109780553281835
OCLC/WorldCa20456246

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This book was released in and is a sequel to Bram Stokers Dracula, it follows a twenty something bartender named Malcom Harker who is the great grandson of Jonathan and Mina Harker.

Malcom hates going out in the day and only feels good at night, he soon finds out that he has Draculas blood running through his veins from when Mina was But in Blood of the Impaler, author Jeffrey Sackett has set a standard for Dracula stories that will be hard to equal. The story takes the time to introduce the main characters and help us understand what makes them tick.

Malcolm, the main protagonist, hardly comes across as a "Fearless Vampire Slayer" at first. Indeed, the Malcolm we meet in  › Books › Literature & Fiction › Genre Fiction. THE BLOOD CALLS Malcolm Harker is an educated unmask the lie that his family has accepted as truth, Harker must find the crypt of Vlad of Wallachia, the man once known as the Impaler.

He must prove that the vampire prince has no power over the blood coursing through his :// That said, the "Blood of the Impaler," is a wonderful read which translates the horror and adventure of the Stoker book into 20th century USA.

Not to be missed. Read more He preferred the highborn or at least the well-bred, for he had been a nobleman, a prince, in those distant days when he had been alive. His greatest joy was in degrading the pure, profaning the sacred, destroying the well-beloved.

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And while the end leaves the forces of good in the ascendency, we also have a final glimpse of an unsuspected bearer of the undying :// After Blood of the Impaler book Blood of the Impaler, I went back & read Bram Stoker's classic & found I had missed a LOT.

I wrote to the author to tell him my love of Horror & how his book had re-awakened that love & made me want to read even more. His reply to me is still kept framed, and the autographed copies of his other works are :// 2 days ago  Get Book Book Description: The Impaler by Drac Von Stoller, The Impaler Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.

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Appearance 'Vlad the Impaler' comes as a page perfect bound cover shows a vaguely effeminate Vlad III Tepes absent-mindedly stroking a cat, while in the background, against a blood red sky, we can see the bodies of +reviews/reviews/rev_html.

Brides of the Impaler book. Read 56 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When Cristina and her husband moved into the brownstone, they This book is not a biography of Vlad the Impaler.

Rather it is an in depth look at medieval life in what is now Transylvania. The author has thoroughly researched this topic and follows the intrigues, truces, and shifts in power during this volatile time. However we don't get a glimpse of the actual life of Vlad Tepes until well over pages :// Vlad the Impaler: the Man Who Was Dracula is a biographical graphic novel written by Sid Jacobson and illustrated by Ernie Colón and is an attempt to relate the story of Vlad's amazingly short career as ruler of Wallachia.

Vlad III Dracula was Voivode of Wallachia three times between and his death. He is often considered one of the most important rulers in Wallachian history and a Did Vlad the Impaler actually drink the blood of his vanquished.

I still don't know. I found this book to be of great interest and, while not perfect in many ways, will certainly provide a deeper understanding of the man and his times than most folk will ever have. Read more. 6 people found this  › Kindle Store › Kindle eBooks › Education & Teaching. These old books deserve better.

The narration of this book was really great and this audiobook is top quality. I've had this book on a wish list for some time. I saw it on a list of forgotten and underrated horror novels. While this book wasn't necessarily for me, I can't give it a negative :// Evil in Human Form – For over years, people have spoken his name in whispers: Vlad the Impaler.

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To unmask the lie that his family has accepted as truth, Harker must find the crypt of Vlad of Wallachia, the man once known as the Impaler. He must prove that the vampire prince has no power over the blood coursing through his veins. But when the century-old princess of the Undead arises, the blood calls - and Malcolm will :// The book is regarded as the definitive example of vampire fiction.

The author died inbut his bloodsucking creation was already taking on a life of its own. (Photo: Wikimedia / CC BY-SA ) Though Dracula may seem like a singular creation, Stoker in fact drew inspiration from a real-life man with an even more grotesque taste for blood: Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia or — as he is better known — Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Tepes), a name he earned for his favorite way of dispensing with his :// The book introduces a new class of undead, the “moroi”.

Their vampire, the “strigoi”, probably shares etymological ties with the stirges of Dungeons & Dragons and the strigae of Gods & Monsters. In Vlad, the strigoi are a new kind of vampire, not a blood-sucking bird or a child-stealing :// ‎During the reign of King Drac Von Stoller in the 14th century, war was brewing between the Dracs and the Berclays.

Even though the Dracs and the Berclays fought against each other, both kings knew that one of them would ultimately die in the end. The Drac’s were barbaric men who would rob, tort Vlad the Impaler and his medieval feast. Blood or wine. Vlad the Impaler, born in Sighisoara, ruled Wallachia over three terms during his life.

Considered one of Romania’s national heroes, Vlad is the hero of plenty of terrifying accounts. Some true, some lost in :// Glossy cover, little wear. Unmarked inside.

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And it all really happened. ~ 64 pages According to BBC News, Stoker took an interest in Scottish writer Emily Gerard’s book on Transylvanian folklore and was introduced to the idea of the Nosferatu, who drinks the blood of innocent   The Count Dracula in the book, which contemporary critics described as the “most blood-curdling novel” of the century, was Stoker’s own creation.

But many believe the bloodthirsty villain was partly inspired by Vlad the Impaler, the terrifying ruler of Wallachia (part of A snap-shot biography of Vlad the Impaler, one of history's most blood-thirsty rulers, whose preferred method of torture was to impale victims on a sharpened wooden stake.

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This work of fiction contains some historical references. Stoker set his character in Transylvania, which was North from Wallachia, where Vlad the Impaler only fleetingly set foot.

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He killed without any hesitation. He chose the most cruel ways to kill." - Vaclav Havlik, medieval sword master Vlad the Impaler, the medieval Romanian princewhose insatiable thirst for blood inspired the legend of Dracula.

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