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Quenched

(Marquis de Sade #2)

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3.53  ·  Rating details ·  121 ratings  ·  12 reviews
An evil stalks the clubs and seedy hotels of San Francisco's shadowy underworld. It preys on the unfortunate, the outcasts, the misfits. It is an evil born of the eternal bloodlust of one of the undead, the infamous nobleman known to the ages as...the Marquis de Sade. He and his unholy offspring feed upon those who wont be missed, giving full vent to their dark desires and ...more
Paperback, 363 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Leisure Books (first published April 1st 2000)
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Kammie
Jan 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing
LOVED !!!! HARDCORE VAMPIRES. REAL VAMPIRES NO FEELY SHIT.
Ethan Nahté
Jun 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
What if the Marquis de Sade became a vampire and lived in the modern world? Quenched is a sequel to Sips of Blood, where Sade's love has died. His latest enslaved creature is a beautiful vampire who is out to rebirth Sade's lost love, Liliana, in a dire hope to bring her back so Sade will release Cecilia from his grasp. To do so, Cecilia must be impregnated by a mortal.

Meanwhile, Wil and his father Keith are living in squalor, uneducated in the proper ways to take blood or lives and making a mess
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Janie Johnson
Aug 15, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2015-challenge
I chose this book for my A-Z challenge and discovered that it was a sequel to the first book of the Marquis de Sade series. I did not feel like it read like sequel and I will not be reading any of the other books in this series.

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An evil stalks the clubs and seedy hotels of San Francisco's shadowy underworld. It preys on the unfortunate, the outcasts, the misfits. It is an evil born of the eternal bloodlust of one of the undead, the infamous nobleman known to the ages as...the M/> ...more
Doris
Oct 08, 2011 rated it it was ok
This book picked up rather abruptly, and although there is no evidence to state that it is part of a series, it feels like a mid-series story. In this, the main characters are vampires, with interaction with humans mainly as food banks. The Marquis de Sade was a background character - important mainly in what his existence causes others to do - he is a vampire and a sadist (after all his name and proclivities are the origin of the term.)

The story focuses mainly on vampires Wil (Wilbur?) and his
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Deirdre
Aug 24, 2009 rated it liked it
A mid-series story. The Marquis de Sade is a vampire and living in San Francisco. He's still a sadist and still enjoys torturing people both physically and mentally. This story focuses on Wil and his father Keith. Both are vampires but Keith is in a wheelchair and enjoys killing. Enough that he's starting to become a little obvious.

I didn't really like any of the characters and didn't really sympathise with any of them. I also had no inclination to read more by this author. The chara
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Veronica
Nov 06, 2014 rated it did not like it
I think I made it to chapter 9-10 before throwing it away in disgust. Vampires are supposed to be broody and all powerful, not whiney, old, in some constant state of decay that they gripe about constantly and in some form of serious depressive disorder. If they were, no one would EVER read about them and they would just fade from memory. The smut in this one become overpoweringly weird and not even guilty pleasure weird, just boring. The book feels scripted, like it was based on the exact tone o ...more
Deanna
Jan 02, 2008 rated it it was ok
A quick and easy one day read. I honestly didn't find it all that interesting, yet at the same time it wasn't awful. I've realized that I think vampire stories are lame and the ending of this book was so abrupt that I had to inspect the book to see if pages were missing! I didn't like that at all!
Heidi Angell
Jan 14, 2012 rated it it was ok
This book puts Twilight vampires in the light of the Muppets. The book is a What-if-the-Marquis-De-Sade-was-a-vampire type story. And if you know anything about the Marquis; it is that sick, twisted and sexual. Not typically my type of reading, but I was bored and it was free... so....yeah.
Tasula
Dec 24, 2010 rated it liked it
More horror than urban fantasy- lots of killing by vampires and the Marquis de Sade as vampire, a bit of S&M and sex. None of the characters are just black and white, or all good or all evil.
Jodie J.
Jan 02, 2017 rated it really liked it
I remember reading this book years ago and loving it.
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As a child, Mary Ann Mitchell wrote short stories, essays, and poetry. When she was twelve she sent her short stories to the night editor of The Journal American, who encouraged her to send more. Her mother intercepted the letters and forbade her from writing. Seems some of the family’s dark secrets were oozing onto Mary Ann’s written pages. Her writing became secret and sporadic. Once she complet ...more

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Marquis de Sade (6 books)
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