Children of the Night: Of Vampires and Vampirism
by Tony Thorne
A century after Bram Stoker made the Vampire one of the most potent images in all literature, the cult of the undead is as alive as ever. Not only on celluloid and in the pages of fiction, but in the S&M clubs of New York City, in Midwest high schools and English pubs, across the forests of Puerto Rico and the jungles of Malaysia, the creature walks among us. In Childr...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published November 1st 2000 by Gollancz
(first published September 2000)
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