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V Trooper - First Mission

2.8 of 5 stars 2.80  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  2 reviews
A vampire novel with a unique, modern twist. Wil Boyd is a vampire, but he is also a soldier. He is deployed to Afghanistan and his hunger leads to discovery of his secret. The man who Boyd tells about himself, Vic Russell, is a former Special Operations soldier who has lost half of one leg, but aches to become part of combat operations again. In Boyd, Russell sees a weapo ...more
Kindle Edition, 82 pages
Published November 11th 2011 (first published November 8th 2011)
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Larry Enright
An interesting premise – a vampire soldier – and before “V Trooper” is over, you’ll be glad Boyd on your side. He doesn’t change into a bat and he doesn’t shy away from crosses, but he does have superhuman senses, strength and speed, which make him a lethal weapon for covert missions. He also has the vampire thirst for blood, and that makes him a dangerous animal at times to everyone around him.

Thomas Drinkard plays this well in “V Trooper,” by making you constantly aware of the particular dange
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Keith McArdle
What a unique idea, a Vampire soldier! This is no teen book with sparkly Vampires who miss mummy's cooking, this is a war story. It is well written and flows easily, making it difficult to put the Kindle down. Casting the reader into the rugged, unforgiving terrain of Afghanistan, Wil Boyd (also a soldier) is employed by the Army in a very special role that will make the Taliban think twice. A different take on modern warfare and thoroughly entertaining. I look forward to the next installment of ...more
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