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Fiends of the Eastern Front: Operation Vampyr (Fiends of the Eastern Front)

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  52 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The first Fiends of the Eastern Front novel for Black Flame. It is the beginning of the German assault of Russia in 1941. The mighty German air and ground forces smashes its way through the crippled Russian infrastructure and are united with axis Romanian soldiers. One such Romanian platoon is led by Constanta and his men. However, one of the German soldiers came to realis ...more
Paperback, 254 pages
Published December 27th 2005 by Black Flame (first published 2005)
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-Colmillos y combates durante Barbarroja.-

Género. Narrativa fantástica.

Lo que nos cuenta. Hans Vollmer es un joven e inexperto soldado de infantería alemán que, un día antes del inicio de la Operación Barbarroja en la Segunda Guerra Mundial está en Galati, una población rumana cercana a la frontera con la URSS. Ralf Vollmer es el jefe de la dotación de un Panzer III desplegado en la frontera de lo que antes fue Polonia con la URSS y que también se prepara para el ataque contra la Unión Soviética
C. D.  Brinker
Interesting idea, but the vampire mythos falls a little flat. It's simply not enough these days to have vampires from the carpathian regions wearing capes, avoiding sunlight, turning into mists, into bats, drinking blood for it's devine, et cetera, et cetera . . .

Still, cool concept.

My favorite thing about this book were the typos. My, oh my . . . I really enjoyed:

Chapter Six
July 12st, 1941
Ryoku Light
Operation Vampyr by David Bishop
This book goes back to the basics of vampire lore. I don't know if this is a series or not but but I kind of hope so. I did have some issues with it. The characters are very likable and I found myself worried about them and hoping they didn't bite it.

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Paulo "paper books always" Carvalho
Hans, Klaus and Ralf are all brothers fighting the Russians on the Eastern Front for Hitler during World War II. Hans, the youngest, is the most dedicated. Hitler and the Third Reich enthralls him. His other brothers have seen enough of war to know it's not all it's cut out to be. Klaus is a pilot and wonders why Rumanian pilots canopies are black. Ralf in the Panzer finds dead with bite marks on their necks and Hans is an infantry man and sees also strange things while attacking russian soldier ...more
This story goes back to basics with vampire lore, which I appreciate in these days of invincible teenage vampires. The characters are likable and share such battlefield camaraderie you find yourself worrying about their destinies as things get darker and darker for them, hoping they pull through every impossible-to-win battle. I have some issues with the ending, but I won't comment on it; I guess it was necessary to keep the series going.
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David James Bishop is a New Zealand screenwriter and author. He was a UK comics editor during the 1990s, running such titles as the Judge Dredd Megazine and 2000 AD, the latter between 1996 and the summer of 2000.

He has since become a prolific author and received his first drama scriptwriting credit when BBC Radio 4 broadcast his radio play Island Blue: Ronald in June 2006. In 2007, he won the PAG
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