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The Last Vampire, Creatures of Forever (No. 6) epub ebook

by Christopher Pike

The Last Vampire, Creatures of Forever (No. 6) epub ebook

Author: Christopher Pike
Category: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Hodder Children's Books (March 3, 1997)
Pages: 181 pages
ISBN: 0340619198
ISBN13: 978-0340619193
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 936
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In "Creatures of Forever," Pike's excellent The Last Vampire series goes a little wonky. More science fiction than vampire tale, Pike continues to mix New Age ideas with aliens and time travel.

In "Creatures of Forever," Pike's excellent The Last Vampire series goes a little wonky. Continuing with hints dropped in "Phantom ( and "Evil Thirst ( Pike concludes the story of Sita, the last vampire who has roamed the earth for 5,000 years. In "Creatures of Forever," she learns that in the 9th century actions of hers forever changed the future of humanity

Creatures of Forever, . Part of The Last Vampire series by Christopher Pike. Yet Alanda says that is the way of failure. I have no idea what I'll do that is different from what I did the last time.

Creatures of Forever, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18. Chapter 6. The funny thing is, I don't see anything. Alanda explains that the ship will land deep in the desert, beside a clear pond. I stare up at the saucer. This is incredible," I whisper. I have been watching this guy since I sat down, quietly reading his mind. He has killed twice in the last month and tonight he wants to make it number three. He prefers helpless young females, who silently scream as he slowly strangles them. But even though I try to catch his eye-smiling, winking-I am not successful and that puzzles me.

Creatures of Forever. Author : Christopher Pike. Genres : Young Adult, Horror.

These last two books are as good as the first two. Pike has always been one to mix genres, but Creatures of Forever is more genre-bending than most. It has paranormal vampires and his typical brand of mysticism, but there’s also a heavy note of science fiction here. I don’t know that I would characterize the good and evil forces that gather in this book as aliens, but they’re certainly otherworldly.

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The Last Vampire 06. Christopher Pike. 1. I am a very powerful vampire. In the recent past several encounters have served to increase my abili-ties. My creator, Yaksha, allowed me to drink his blood before he perished

The Last Vampire 06. My creator, Yaksha, allowed me to drink his blood before he perished. Yaksha, who originally made me a vampire five thousand years ago, was much stronger than I was. His final transfusion of blood heightened my strength as well as my senses, both my physical senses and supernatural ones. After that my blood was mingled, through the secret of ancient alchemy, with that of the divine child. I am not exactly sure what this child's blood did for.

The Last Vampire 6: Creatures of Forever (1996). Thirst No. 8 (TBA) (In November 2016, Pike mentioned he had been working on both book 7 and book 8. He has declared that this book would be the "definite conclusion" of the series

The Last Vampire 6: Creatures of Forever (1996). The Last Vampire 7: The Eternal Dawn (2010). The Last Vampire 8: The Shadow of Death (2011). The Last Vampire 9: The Sacred Veil (2013). 1 – Omnibus collects The Last Vampire 1, 2 and 3. (2009). He has declared that this book would be the "definite conclusion" of the series. Spooksville – series of 24 children's books (1995–1998).

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Alisas daughter is a monster and must be killed. Only when it is too late does Alisa discover that Kalika has done everything for love. Now Alisa must kill the source of true evil and rescue the child, the source of true goodness.
Reviews (7)
Zuser
I read these when they came out in the late 90's and re-bought them after my Husband left them during a move a decade ago. I found when I searched 3 more new books had been added to the series. Awesome XD
This story has special meaning for me and were a favorite reread idk how many times now. Re-discovering them was fun given I have internet access now. If you haven't read this its worth reading just to get to the last 3 books. The writers skill has improved greatly since the first 6 books. As audiences pushed for greater detail in their literature.
Christopher Pike was ahead of his time, as the opening to Red Dice proves. I would describe it as matrix like, only The Matrix didn't come out for over a year after Red Dice was released. Only book series I own on hard copy. :)

Gavidor
Great book series

Munimand
as alWays Christopher pike writes yet another thrilling tale. I would definitely put this on my mUST read list. it is an ideal books for young adults

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A+

Giamah
Based on where the last book was trending I was worried that CREATURES OF FOREVER was really going to slide by the way of super cheese with aliens and whatnot but it really didn’t go there. Maybe a little bit but it all linked back to the image Paula had two books ago when she got pregnant and the running dream Alisa’s had about meeting Krishna at a spaceship under stars for six books running now. It served a specific purpose but then got out of its own way so the story could move forward.

Here Alisa goes back in time (at least her mind does) so she can attempt to fix a wrong that happened a thousand years prior. Except it was for an event that was so horrible for her she’d blocked it out and now she has to face it all again. Usually I have issues with time travel because there aren’t too many situations where, if you think about them for more than a second then they stop making sense. CREATURES OF FOREVER had a little bit of that and really, if I sit here and think about it the whole story starts to unwind, especially when the book’s ending comes into play but I liked what happened and I liked how it was handled. Alisa’s future person and past person blended and, for the most part, the past person was in control except for moments when present memories and future experiences came into play, which wasn’t often. In the context of the story it all worked out, I think.

The ending itself was a good one for the series and one that didn’t really surprise me. It brought everything right back around to the beginning and, like the original time-traveling mission, shows how altering little choices can have such an effect on the world. It worked and I was satisfied at the end.

At least I can re-read these books at my whim if I were so inclined just so I can keep getting this story. I mean really, it’s fantastic. It’s cheese but for the most part only by association. The writing itself speaks to a different market and a different time but I think the story itself transcends. It’s not goofy or campy but a deep-rooted story that’ll stick with you after you read it. I’m glad they re-released these books although I’m leery of how they were updated. One of the driving forces behind the books, for me at least, was how 90s they were. Cell phones would blow some of the plot lines, you know? So I’m hesitant to read those. But it makes my heart happy that they’re available again for a new generation.

4.5

Xanna
The Last Vampire #6: Creatures of Forever, by Christopher Pike

In "Creatures of Forever," Pike's excellent The Last Vampire series goes a little wonky. More science fiction than vampire tale, Pike continues to mix New Age ideas with aliens and time travel.

Continuing with hints dropped in "Phantom (#4)" and "Evil Thirst (#5)," Pike concludes the story of Sita, the last vampire who has roamed the earth for 5,000 years. In "Creatures of Forever," she learns that in the 9th century actions of hers forever changed the future of humanity. Advanced beings from the future ask Sita if she will travel to the past and fix her wrong, so that humanity may be saved.

Without spoiling too much of the plot, this is the first time Pike focuses a novel on Sita's past. Instead of just flashbacks, the action takes place in the past and I wish it's something he would have done more - shared more fascinating stories of her life interspaced with famous historical events, or even obscure ones.

If you enjoyed Sita's story, you will be sad when this book ends. But at least Pike doesn't leave his fans hanging and does conclude Sita's story. I feel it is best to read the last three books in the series as one, instead of as separate novels, to get the full effect.

4/5.

Cetnan
I have been a fan of Christpher Pike since I was in the fourth grade. I am now a sophmore in college and I still find myself lingering in the young adult section with the hope of finding a Christopher Pike book that I have not read. His adult novels are incredible, and his young adult novels are absolutely amazing. This book provided the perfect closure to the previous ones in the series. The epilogue was wonderful. I truly wonder sometimes where this author gets his incredible gift. A lot of people claim that Pike has gone off the deep end, his newer books are too "strange" etc. I completely diagree. He has grown a great deal as a writer, and I am fortunate to say that I have grown along with him. As sad or as ridiculous as this may seem to many of you, the work of "Chistopher Pike" has truly changed my perspective on life. It has inspired me in so many ways, and I honestly wish that some day I could thank him, or at least do the same for someone else. His work provokes people to think, allows people to dream. This book is only an example of the incredible writings of Pike. I would strongly suggest to anyone who reads this to give Pike a chance. His books are truly remarkable pieces of work.

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