Monday, July 13, 2009

The Vampire Prince

By: Darren Shan

What can I say? It was brilliant. The Vampire Prince is filled with suspense and action that leave you out of breath and wanting more. Not that I’m complaining but the vampires were too quick to believe what Darren said about vampaneze planning to attack. I expected it to be a bit more challenging to get his friends and fellow vampires to believe Darren. Also, I get that the Vampire Princes want to help Darren get out of his death penalty but can’t they be a bit more harsh instead of promoting him to the highest rank possible? It seems to good to be true. Could the Princes just rid Darren of the penalties?

Darren Shan is betrayed by a friend, causing him to be branded a traitor and being hunted by the vampire clan. He feels sure that the end of the road is near for him yet he holds valuable information that could determine the future of all the vampires which he is determined to give to the vampires. Needing to survive the unbearable cold since he got dumped out of Vampire Mountain via a stream, Darren must find a way to get back into the mountain again though the odds are against him. Can Darren make it into the mountain and convince that the vampires that there is a traitor in their midst and the vampaneze are planning an attack while avoid getting killed.

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