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Beneath the floodlights

3.83  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
When Birmingham football club Kingsbarr United are relegated from the English Premier League they are seemingly rescued by a mysterious new manager from Transylvania, Professor Cezar Prodanescu and his stable of young superstars - who also happen to be a nest of vampires! Once darkness falls and the floodlights glow, their powers enable United to win games by incredible ...more
Paperback, 364 pages
Published November 7th 2011 by AuthorHouse Publishing (first published November 29th 2010)
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Peggy Finn
Jun 20, 2012 Peggy Finn rated it it was amazing
Wow this book really has a unique storyline uniting the unlikely worlds of vampires and soccer and I got totally drawn in from the start. The book will naturally appeal to lovers of both vampire tales and football but the book offers so much more - in particular the complicated love story of the Professor vampire Cezar and the human girl Lily, which is symbolic of just one of several themes of the book: where the power of good wrestles with evil.
The pace and action of the story was expertly por
Jackie King
Jul 05, 2012 Jackie King rated it it was amazing
I have to admit that this book took me totally by surprise. How could the unusual mix of vampires and football work....I can assure you it does! The pace and action of the story had me hooked from the first page. Almost every chapter hangs on a cliffhanger and I didn't want to put the book down.

Being a Brummie I liked the locations used in the book such as Birminghams nightlife zone of Broad Street and Sutton Park (Birminghams answer to Central Park!). The inclusion of such locations gave a refr
Emily Guido
May 17, 2012 Emily Guido rated it it was amazing

“Beneath the Floodlights” is a vampire novel with great intensity and surprises. I saw the premise for the novel and quite frankly was very intrigued. Well, being a self-professed, vampire connoisseur of the paranormal genre, I have my standards to maintain… I was not disappointed.

Who can wrong reading about a hunky team of vampires invading the soccer scene? I was hooked just from that!

I thought the action was quick in “Beneath the Floodlights” and the vampire Andrei is to die for Evil, literal
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Sara rated it it was ok
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Notes: rough draft

Interesting prologue ....

Impressive and enjoyable different type...
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Martin Tracey is inspired primarily by three things - music, football(soccer) and the supernatural. All three elements feature in his writing, although he does not necessarily consider that his writing is genre specific.

"I'm wired with a very vivid imagination and therefore my novels have many layers to them. I approach my writing with a skeleton of a plan but my writing takes me on various journe
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