Vampyrrhic Rites

Vampyrrhic Rites Review

Lazarus Deep is a lake that sits like a blot of darkness in the valley. Eighteen-year-old Dylan Adams is on the verge of leaving his hometown for a life in the city, but his plans are dramatically changed when his old school friend Luke Spencer goes missing. A search finds nothing. All anyone knows is that he was last seen at Lazarus Deep. Then, in the dead of night, Dylan's old friend comes calling. But he's not the same boy that everyone once knew. Once more David Leppington, Bernice Mochardi and Electra Charnwood are drawn together to face the vampiric creatures that are Nosferatu: the undead. The desolate North Yorkshire Moors have held their secret for more than a thousand years. Now it is the turn of Lazarus Deep.

Title:Vampyrrhic Rites
Edition Language:English

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  • April Showers Bring Fungi From Yuggoth The Haunted Reading Room

    Review: VAMPYRRHIC RITES by Simon ClarkThis is one scary novel, and the frights never let up. Although the evil is vampiric, they aren't so in the ordinary sense. Lost in the midst of antiquity, a Vik...

  • Aviar Savijon

    Vampyrrhic RitesAn astonishingly wonderful story, with action and adventure on each page. Even though this book is over 500 pages it keeps you interested all the way to the end....

  • Peter Chandler

    I'm not sure whether I'm pleasantly surprised or mildly disappointed that this sequel actually proved to be marginally better than than the original work. It seems that in between writing this book an...

  • Peter Chandler

    I'm not sure whether I'm pleasantly surprised or mildly disappointed that this sequel actually proved to be marginally better than than the original work. It seems that in between writing this book an...

  • Mike Kazmierczak

    I liked VAMPYRRHIC RITES a bit more than the previous book VAMPYRRHIC. The writing seemed stronger. The plot built nicely upon the concept introduced in the first book. And it seemed to build into a l...

  • Frank Errington

    When last we left David Leppington, he had seemingly overcome his destiny to lead a vampyrrhic army and their desire to rid the world of Christianity and restore the glory of the Viking gods. Of cours...

  • Jay Williams

    This is definitely one of those sequels where it is necessary to read the first book first. The ending was thrilling and pulse-pounding, but required a bit of plodding at the beginning to reach the ex...

  • Jeffrey

    Clark was able to restrain a bit of his "Romantic" leanings in the 1st of this series. However, in the pages of this read, I think he was channeling Danielle Steele's muse. The idea of an undead vampy...

  • Anthony

    A bit long in some parts, could have been shorter. Some creepy moments to be found. The ending was rushed....