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The Dusk Society

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In three days the world will end...

Pembleton was the most boring place in the world until Count Dracula, Doctor Frankenstein, and a whole host of terrifying monsters moved in. They are under the leadership of an evil man known as Pierceblood. The only thing stopping Pierceblood, and his creatures of darkness, from destroying the world is the Dusk Society.

A secret organiza
Paperback, Campfire Graphic Novels, 88 pages
Published June 7th 2011 by Campfire (first published January 1st 2011)
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Apr 12, 2015 rated it it was ok
Good, if not very original, concept. Unfortunately the art is mediocre and the writing stilted, so it's unlikely to attract a following. A pity. ...more
Nicola Mansfield
Aug 03, 2011 rated it really liked it
Reason for Reading: I have become a fan of this publisher's graphic novels. This standalone paranormal tale sounded fun.

A mysterious woman, whose job it is to recruit new members for the Dusk Society (a group of agents skilled in either magic or science who fight the forces of evil in the world, both human and non-human) centers in on a highschool where she had found a strong force and four subjects who are prime material to be trained as agents. The teens are brought together quickly but time f
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This is my first Graphic novel... loved it... the story and graphics are so cool.
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Sidney Williams is the author of thrillers including Dark Hours, Midnight Eyes and Disciples of the Serpent. Early horror novels include Azarius, Blood Hunter, Gnelfs and When Darkness Falls. He also penned three young adult horror novels under the name Michael August. Sidney worked for years as a newspaper reporter with varied beats that included crime and entertainment news. He holds an MFA in c ...more

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