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Scouse Gothic 3: All you need is... blood?

4.67  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Life can be difficult – even when you’re dead.

Lathom lies awake. His nights are plagued by nightmares and his days by hallucinations and cravings for blood. Worse still he’s stone cold sober all the time - immortality has its drawbacks.
Melville has decided to put his past behind him and live for the future - unfortunately his past has other ideas.
Peter is worried that h
Kindle Edition, 224 pages
Published January 3rd 2017 by YouCaxton Publications
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Apr 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Scouse Gothic 3 finds Melville and Sheryl undergoing a crisis in their relationship, which escalates when Melville’s maker, Isabella, and her deadly “sister” arrive in Liverpool. Meanwhile, Kelly is hard at work on another dastardly plot, Latham is wondering whether he ought to disappear, and young Peter doesn’t know whether he’s more worried that his lab research has created a version of Frankenstein and or that his girlfriend Natasha might be a vampire. Somehow McKinney ties (almost) all of it ...more
Catherine Cavendish
Aug 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I read the entire trilogy in a week. I simply couldn't wait to find out what happened to the central characters - and, of course, Frank the Liverpool Pigeon (that's when he's not being something else, of course). There are scores to be settled among the vampire community of Liverpool and book 3 settles a whole lot of them. I can say little else or I will be dealing out spoilers. Suffice it to say, Book 3 delivers on all fronts - characters, plot, suspense, humour and great, great atmosphere. If ...more
Chris Hall
Feb 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Another great read! The third in Ian McKinney's Scouse Gothic series and every bit as entertaining as the previous two. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters, the story and of course, the setting (in my Liverpool home).
The story picks up all the threads from the previous two books and with just the right amount of thrill, gore and humour delivers a very satisfying ending.
Could there be more stories in the future? I certainly hope so.
Sam Davies
Feb 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed reading this last installment (or is it??) of the scouse gothic books, I loved how the story continued on from books 1 and 2 and how book 3 was full of twists and turns just like the others. I enjoyed reading how the whole story came together in the end. I do feel a bit sad that I won't get to read about the characters anymore as I felt a part of their lives with each book I read and always looked forward to the next book being released. I hope Ian will continue to work on more ...more
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I was born and bred in Liverpool, but after leaving for University I didn't return to live in the city for many years.
When I did return I found the city had changed out of all recognition; gone were the boarded up shops and derelict docks, replaced by a modern vibrant city.
However many of the old buildings I remembered from my youth still remained, even if they now had different uses. An abandone