[Reading] ➱ Anno Dracula - Dracula Cha Cha Cha ➹ Kim Newman – Tactical-player.co.uk

Anno Dracula - Dracula Cha Cha Cha LA DOLCE MORTE Rome 1959 And Count Dracula Is About To Marry The Moldavian Princess Asa Vajda Journalist Kate Reed Flies Into The City To Visit The Ailing Charles Beauregard And His Vampire Companion Genevive Along With The Undead British Secret Agent Bond, Kate Is Swiftly Caught Up In The Mystery Of The Crimson Executioner, Who Is Bloodily Dispatching Vampire Elders In The City Also Includes The Brand New Novella Aquarius Back In London, Two Party Girls Are Found Murdered, Virtually Drained Of Their Blood Kate Reed Investigates, And Finds Herself Face To Face With An Old Enemy.


7 thoughts on “Anno Dracula - Dracula Cha Cha Cha

  1. says:

    Oh dear While I loved the first of Kim Newmans Anno Dracula books I feel we have gone steadily downhill and are not caught in a mishmash of ideas and unfinished plots The start is excellent, set in Rome, well described and Dracula is once again set to marry Poor Charles is terminally ill


  2. says:

    Third book in the Anno Dracula series, and this time Newman takes his vampire heroines to Rome, 1959, to attend the wedding of the greatest vampire Newman practically invented metatextual fiction, in which characters and images from other things are woven through new novels Alan Moore gets the cred


  3. says:

    Of the four Anno Dracula books, this is the weakest But Newman on poor form is better than many authors bringing their A Game Still worth a read, especially for the homage piss take of a certain British secret agent.I m also annoyed that Newman skipped WWII after the events of Bloody Red Baron and went strai


  4. says:

    If you want a romp thru late 50 s pop culture and high society mythical, legendary and fictional, then this thoughtful non sparkly vampire tale is for you Newman always manages to give depth to his protagonists, and 3 female characters dominate the plot,to its benefit We find out of the drive and motivation of Genevi


  5. says:

    Maybe the weakest of the series, but no less enjoyable It feels like a middle act, falling in between two story arcs But, as usual, Newman s delightful writing and the wonderful setting still warrants five stars.


  6. says:

    Bought this as a present, recipient loved it They loved the fact that the references were recent and fitted well in to the format of the book.


  7. says:

    I loved this book The james Bond Dolce Vita scene it sets is fantastic However, as with all of the KM books that I have read, there seems to be a bit of a dip of quality in places That said, it s a great book I cannot recommend it enough.


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