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4.70  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  8 reviews

Sunstone. The great Holy City, sits in a valley of rain and snow, waiting for the one who will come and liberate it from the festering evil growing deep within its belly. It is here the Carnalreesee have taken Dorian. It is here where Tenor must go. For within the bosom of the devil, shadows spread like disease, growing darker each d
Paperback, 418 pages
Published June 2nd 2020 by F. D. Gross
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Dec 22, 2020 rated it really liked it
I remember the first book fondly for being like a novelization of the old Castlevania game, fresh with gore, action, and pathos. The second went deeper into the worldbuilding of vampires, blood, and family, with almost a feeling of the eternal about it. (As well as hunting the hunters.)

The third and final book in the trilogy, however, was all about pathos. Wolfgang's quest to find and cure his turned son was everything an old school video game adventure that is part Victorian and Hellsing could
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Probably my favorite of the three!! The Dark Cathedral was just too good!

Please can I go back to this world ? I already miss it!
Chrissy Moon
Jul 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
(Disclaimer: This review is for an ARC that I was lucky enough to get my hands on. I have a more detailed readers' journal entry that I will post when I am able, either here or on my website. Below are my thoughts on the book overall that I initially wrote after reading the book - aside from my reading journal.)


I just finished reading Communion not an hour ago, and I'm still letting my mind absorb it all. There are a lot of details and thoughts I have and I definitely don't want to miss an
Spencer Scott Holmes
Dec 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
If book one of the Wolfgang Chronicles felt like a Castlevania 1 styled journey and Book 2, Inquisition was like the Castlevania 3 feeling world (Or the Castlevania Anime for more modern folks). What overall vibe is Communion Giving me? Sounds a bit odd but this one is like a Legend of Zelda finale. It's time to rescue the princess(in this story, Wolfgang's Son Dorian), form the Magnificent Seven like team (It's just about that number if you add up some of the smaller helping characters and spir ...more
Pam Fox
Aug 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Communion by F.D.Gross is the third and final instalment of The Wolfgang Trilogy and continues our tale of the Vampire hunting family.
Dorian is in the hands of the enemy, being transported to somewhere he knows should mean his death, but why are they keeping him alive? Surely it would be easier to kill him now? And that's the bit that really scares him.
His father Tenor Wolfgang is chasing after his son, not knowing if he's alive or dead, but hoping it's the former. Either way he wants to end th
Sue Wallace
Aug 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Communion by F.D. Gross.
This is book 3 of the Wolfgang trilogy.
A very good read. Great story. I love this series. I would have loved for there to be more. But still a great ending. Would recommend. 5*.
Kamini Mehta
Aug 01, 2020 rated it really liked it
Tenor is still trying to find and rescue Dorian. The Carnalreesee are violent, ruthless enemies. What are they doing with Dorian? This book is intense and graphic. The imagery is strong and the stakes are high. pain, suffering and maybe redemption.
Beccy Thompson
Aug 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Wow! This is the final book in the trilogy please do yourselves a favour and start at the beginning of the series
What an amazing conclusion to the trilogy the writing is tight and the author brings the story to an outstanding conclusion
A cracking read!
F.D. Gross
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F. D. Gross is the creator of The Wolfgang Trilogy; Wolfgang, Inquisition, and Communion. Frank writes many different types of fiction and experiences the world for inspiration. Traveling is a passion and resting in haunted places is another. He also works in a haunted house for fun.

A new legend in vampire hunting emerges with his works of literature and has also published various short stories ra

Other books in the series

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