Though Smoke Shall Hide the Sun
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Though Smoke Shall Hide the Sun

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The goverment doesn't usually hire vampires, but they're willing to make an exception for Hilde -- after all, they're already got pyromancer Cal on the payroll. What could go wrong?
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ebook, 32 pages
Published February 14th 2011 by Tor Books (first published February 4th 2011)
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H.I. Al-Muhairi
Wickedly intense. I really liked this more familiar/traditional concept of vampires than what's been the rage recently (you could say it's closer to Count Dracula than Twilight). There wasn't much world description, but it's clear that it's in some parallel world to ours. Another thing, I didn't mind it because it was a pretty action-driven short story.

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