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Genevieve no muerta (The Vampire Genevieve #2)

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  134 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Jack Yaeovil es el pseudónimo del famoso escritor Kim Newman. La serie de novelas de Genevieve se publicó por primera vez en la década de los ochenta, y muy pronto se convirtió en obra de culto para todos los seguidores del universo Warhammer. Ahora tienes la oportunidad de comprobar lo fascinante que puede resultar la vampira Genevieve.
Paperback, 296 pages
Published March 2002 by TIMUN MAS (first published January 17th 2002)
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John
This book loosely related to previously Genevieve novel. You can definitely read them in either order.

This is really three separate pieces, all loosely involving Genevieve. A Novella, which is a Warhammer flavored retelling of Phantom of the Opera. A short horror story based on a pretty cool premise that an evil wizard can suck people into enacting plays for his entertainment, becoming the characters of the script. And the best of the three stories, involving Unicorn Hunting and corruption.

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Nigel
I was slightly surprised to discover that I hadn't read this, being as I'm such a fan of Newman's work, but there you go. It's probably been a the bottom of a box of books somewhere for the last ten years or so. Anyway, this is back from when, as Jack Yeovil, Kim Newman was writing for the Games Workshop, a series of novels and stories set in the Warhammer universe. By the by, here's Stephen Baxter's fascinating account about how a small group of young writers who had been published in Interzone ...more
Sebastien
Dec 13, 2011 Sebastien rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Gros fan de Warhammer
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Autant que Drachenfels et Beast in Velvet m'ont accrocher à l'univers de Warhammer, autant Genevieve Undead à failli me faire décrocher. La première histoire étant une suite logique à Drachenfels était intéressante, mais donnait l'impression que l'auteur était presser de l'écrire et de la publier. Les histoire (qui sont des mini-histoires :() sont inégales et manquent gravement de vie.

Même si dans la première on revoit certains personnage qu'on a tant aimé dans Drachenfels, ils deviennent fade d
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JM
Since I'm not really familiar with Warhammer's fantasy universe, Jack Yeovil's novels about the vampire Genevieve have enough fantasy tropes to make them familiar but also enough differences to keep me interested. This is not a novel, though, but a collection of chronologically related short stories dealing with what happened to the character after the events described in the previous novel Drachenfels. I like that Kim Newman (Yeovil's a pen name) uses a different version of the character he use ...more
David
The second book chronicling the vampire Genevieve. It's actually three separate stories that are only very loosely tied together. Overall, it was as good as Drachenfels, although Warhammer fans will love the darker and more disturbing themes of the three stories. The first story is set with theatre theme. It has believable characters and is a good plot that relates back to Drachenfels. The second story is being in a disturbingly haunted house. The setting itself was very good but it didn't end v ...more
John somers
Read as part of The Vampire Genevieve omnibus.
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"Jack Yeovil" is a pseudonym used by author Kim Newman.

Newman's pseudonymous novels, as Jack Yeovil, play elegant games with genre cliche--perhaps the best of these is the sword-and-sorcery novel Drachenfels which takes the prescribed formulae of the games company to whose bible it was written and make them over entirely into a Kim Newman novel.
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