As One Dead

As One Dead As One Dead is a novel of intrigue and love based on Vampire The Masquerade storytelling game It is a story of two missions and two fierce sects that could destroy the uneasy peace of the city and tw

  • Title: As One Dead
  • Author: Nancy Kilpatrick Don Bassingthwaite
  • ISBN: 9781565048751
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • As One Dead is a novel of intrigue and love based on Vampire The Masquerade storytelling game It is a story of two missions and two fierce sects that could destroy the uneasy peace of the city, and two lovers belonging to opposing factions, the Camarilla and the Sabbat.The title of the book is a phrase from Romeo Juliet, aptly, as two authors, Don Bassingthwaite As One Dead is a novel of intrigue and love based on Vampire The Masquerade storytelling game It is a story of two missions and two fierce sects that could destroy the uneasy peace of the city, and two lovers belonging to opposing factions, the Camarilla and the Sabbat.The title of the book is a phrase from Romeo Juliet, aptly, as two authors, Don Bassingthwaite and Nancy Kilpatrick, collaborated to create this novel of vampire love, intrigue and betrayal.

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    1. "As One Dead" is a novel that accompanies the vampire based role-playing game - "Vampire: The Masquerade". I know nothing about role playing games, but I do know about vampire books! White Wolf publishing are the group behind this series which shares a common 'universe' and is contributed to by a range of authors.Being from a role playing background this book has a lot of background already established. The main points are these - there are two main groups of vampires, The Sabbat (anarchist vamp [...]

    2. Warning: May Contain SpoilersAn interesting take on the archetype story of the star-crossed lovers. Bianka is a Inconnu, part of a mysterious sect of vampires who are almost always ancient and who always stay on the outside edge of vampire societies, unless they need to interfere to maintain the balance. Lot is a Templar, a vampire warrior sworn to serve the mad vampire who rules over the Box, a small section of Toronto set aside for the Camarilla vampires who live under an agreement with the be [...]

    3. I loved this book so much when I was 18 or 19. It takes place in Toronto in the scene I wanted to be in (but I lived in a hick-town) and I thought it was so awesome. I read it now and again for nostalgia's sake.

    4. Entertaining for anyone who likes Vampire the Masquerade. Even moreso if one is familiar with Toronto's goth/vampire scene.Romeo & Juliette vtm vampire-style. There are some great references to familiar landmarks on Toronto's Queen St. West.A nice, light read. Entertaining.

    5. This is one of my favorite books of all time. It is a lovely mix of Romeo & Juliet for vampire lovers! I tell everyone I meet to read this book.

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