Fallout

A New War begins The Vampires rule Humanity are enslaved in a nightmare world where those who are still alive are bred as food for the vampires and the entertainment for the vicious thralls who guard them The brief but bitter conflict between rival vampires has left Von Kruger victorious However, the thralls have used the war to their advantage and they have grown in poA New War begins The Vampires rule Humanity are enslaved in a nightmare world where those who are still alive are bred as food for the vampires and the entertainment for the vicious thralls who guard them The brief but bitter conflict between rival vampires has left Von Kruger victorious However, the thralls have used the war to their advantage and they have grown in power and confidence against their former masters Their rivalry is set to escalate but first they must eliminate another threat the small band of human survivors Harris and his team hold a secret of immeasurable power a coating for bullets that can kill the vampires The thralls want it and the vampires must destroy it But first they have to find them An uneasy alliance is forged until the humans can be destroyed but neither side can hope to trust the other Across the country another power struggle threatens them all There is a power play at work that Harris does not understand Harris s warning of the serum s deadly effects has been ignored and the doomsday clock continues to tick relentlessly towards Armageddon On top of all that there is a traitor in the human community and the small matter of a potential nuclear catastrophe
Fallout A New War begins The Vampires rule Humanity are enslaved in a nightmare world where those who are still alive are bred as food for the vampires and the entertainment for the vicious thralls who guard

  • Title: Fallout
  • Author: Derek Gunn
  • ISBN: 9780979988196
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Fallout”

    1. Vampire Apocalypse: Fallout is the third but hopefully not final Vampire Apocalypse novel. It is also the darkest in the series so far, ending not in a heroic triumph but in what I can say many readers will interpret as a downer ending. The name of the novel is also distinctly appropriate, reflecting not only radioactivity but also the aftermath of freedom fighter leader John Harris' activities. A major theme of the book is the repercussions from actions taken with the best of intentions. In a w [...]

    2. It is probably not fair to judge the third part of a trilogy, having never read the first two books that said this book did not engage me. With a title involving vampires, I was hoping for either something visceral or paranormal romance. What I got instead was a book that dwelled on squad based military conflict with the vampires at times almost playing a symbolic role. This novel was not all bad it was quite exciting at times and left the door open for a possible fourth addition to the series. [...]

    3. Love this series of books, a cross between Salems Lot & The Stand. Proper vampires not a tweeny Stephanie Myers vampire in sight. Old School Vampires. behaving as they should, cannot wait for the next book in the series!

    4. Harris and friends are banished from the community of humans. Harris told the vampires some things the leaders did not like.New people are introduced and some old favorites die. Now I want to read the last book in the series. These are all excellent stories.

    5. So badly edited it's worse than some self-published things I've read. Repetition, every single assault rifle is a machinegun, and words used incorrectly throughout. Still a fair read.

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