The Blood Vivicanti Part 5

Author: Becket
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ISBN: 9781941240083
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Lowen the Dark Man - a ghost from the planet Khariton who possesses human hosts - has captured Theo, imprisoned the Red Man, and has turned almost an entire city into his army of Sleeper Devils. Wyn and Ms. Crystobal have planned a daring rescue attempt for Theo and the Red Man, but they cannot pull it off without the help of Mary Paige, the young Blood Vivicanti with the photographic memory. Although she no longer has any desire to drink blood, she uses all her remaining Blood Memories to help her friends break into Lowen's Black Building. But the Kharetie ghost has plans of his own for Theo, much to the surprise and sorrow of Mary Paige. International Bestselling Author ANNE RICE and BECKET bring you the original new story of THE BLOOD VIVICANTI.

The Blood Vivicanti Part 2

Author: Becket
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ISBN: 9781941240021
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At seventeen-years-old, Mary Paige has become one of the most powerful creatures on the planet - a Blood Vivicanti. Scientifically recreated in an underground layer by Wyn (the first Blood Vivicanti and brilliant, billionaire engineer), Mary Paige discovers that her speed and strength have increased, but so has her appetite for blood. Drinking blood comes with a surprising side effect: Blood Memories. Mary Paige's photographic memory now remembers everything her victims remember. Her mind must balance these new memories while her heart awakens to the possibility of love when she encounters a third Blood Vivicanti - Theo.

Dracula

Author: Marius-Mircea Crișan
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 331963366X
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This volume analyses the role of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and its sequels in the evolution of the Gothic. As well as the transformation of the Gothic location—from castles, cemeteries and churches to the modern urban gothic—this volume explores the evolution of the undead considering a range of media from the 19th century protagonist to sympathetic contemporary vampires of teen Gothic. Based on an interdisciplinary approach (literature, tourism, and film), the book argues that the development of the Dracula myth is the result of complex international influences and cultural interactions. Offering a multifarious perspective, this volume is a reference work that will be useful to both academic and general readers.