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Genevieve Undead (Warhammer Novels) epub ebook

by Jack Yeovil

Genevieve Undead (Warhammer Novels) epub ebook

Author: Jack Yeovil
Category: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Games Workshop (June 8, 2004)
ISBN: 0743411773
ISBN13: 978-0743411776
Rating: 4.8
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Genevieve Undead (Warhammer Novels) Mass Market Paperback – June 8, 2004. Here Yeovil introduces some deeply disturbed individuals with some rather strange behaviours (like hunting real people) and impulses

Genevieve Undead (Warhammer Novels) Mass Market Paperback – June 8, 2004. by. Jack Yeovil (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Here Yeovil introduces some deeply disturbed individuals with some rather strange behaviours (like hunting real people) and impulses. Genevieve has been blackmailed into murdering Graf Rudiger, but she needs to find out more about his before she is willing to. Hunters are sort of made out to be a bit evil in this one, killing unicorns just for the sake of the kill. It is only a so-so story in my book.

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Book Two of the Genevieve Saga. When he lost his love, his grief was gall, In his heart he wanted to leave it all, And lose his self in the forests tall, But he answered instead his country's call'. Tom Blackburn and George Bruns, 'The Ballad of Davy Crockett'.

After the creation of the Warhammer Fantasy universe by Games Workshop, novels were published as "GW Books" by Boxtree Ltd, but more recently novels have been under Games Workshop's publishing arm, the Black Library

After the creation of the Warhammer Fantasy universe by Games Workshop, novels were published as "GW Books" by Boxtree Ltd, but more recently novels have been under Games Workshop's publishing arm, the Black Library. Entries marked with have been collected in omnibus. These books and stories were authored by Robert Earl. The Burning Shore (April 2004). Wild Kingdoms (October 2004). Savage City (July 2005). Haute Cuisine (short story). Noblesse Oblige (short story).

A Warhammer Horror novel. Dark and terrible secrets may be found lurking within the cities of the Old World and the savage wilderness that surrounds them. READ IT BECAUSE One of the masters of modern horror fiction turns his hand to a trio of terrifying tales set in the world-that-was

Genevieve Undead is a novel by Jack Yeovil, the second in his series featuring the vampire Genevieve Dieudonne.

Genevieve Undead is a novel by Jack Yeovil, the second in his series featuring the vampire Genevieve Dieudonne. Now a discovery has been made that may lead to a savage upheaval in their aeon-long dormancy. A race will begin for an ancient device of galaxy-destroying power. List of Novels and Short Stories.

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Jack Yeovil is the pen name of Kim Newman, horror film authority and film critic who occasionally writes fantasy and horror novels. He wrote some books for Warhammer at the turn of the 90s and hasn't really bothered to get back in it since. The books he did write are of ancient canon that has been retconned a million times over.

Returning from Drachefels, female vampire Genevieve DieudonnT journeys from the dark depths of an old Altdorf theater to a cursed mansion under a deadly spell to the haunted forests, confronting magicians, monsters, evil, and intrigue as she tracks the hunter. Original.
Reviews (2)
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This is the second book of the chronicles of The Vampire Genevieve, and is actually composed of three independent short stories only loosely tied together. I didn't enjoy this one as much as I did Drachenfels. The three short stories just don't develop to the same scope as Yeovil's first Warhammer novel. Nevertheless, this book is very enjoyable and won't disappoint Warhammer fans who're looking for something a bit darker than you get from most fantasy books. Many of the scenes here are downright disturbing.

The fist story, Stage Blood, is highly similar to the novel Drachenfels, with many of the same characters (including Deitlef Seirk) and having a theatre theme. Drachenfel's mask retains its creator hatred for the heroes and sets out to do them in. The danger is not as potent as in the first novel, but the characters are just as realistic and likable. An unlikely hero emerges in the form of a chaos-altered (but kind-hearted) mutant.

The second story reads like a mystery/horror, with Genevieve becoming lost in some kind of bizarre dream-like haunted house where murders occur regularly but without long term effect. Some of the most disturbing and graphic scenes of any novel I've ever read are found in this story. I liked it a lot, but it was fairly anticlimactic.

The final story, Unicorn Ivory, is my least favorite. Here Yeovil introduces some deeply disturbed individuals with some rather strange behaviours (like hunting real people) and impulses. Genevieve has been blackmailed into murdering Graf Rudiger, but she needs to find out more about his before she is willing to. Hunters are sort of made out to be a bit evil in this one, killing unicorns just for the sake of the kill. It is only a so-so story in my book.

Overall, this novel is mildly disappointing, not having much depth and not really contributing too much to Genevieve's character or the greater story of her finding purpose in life.

Conjulhala
Genevieve (Drachenfels and Anno Dracula) Returns in this reprint. This book is three linked novellas which follow Genevieve from her departure from Altdorf into Tilea, and finally into the Drak Wald. The first story Stage Blood is a follow up of Drachenfels. This is the best story of the three, and Detlef Sierck once again steals the show. The Cold Stark House seems to follow a theme I noticed in Drachenfels, Which is taking something commonplace in our world and reproducing it Warhammer style. While Drachenfels dealt with the theatre Cold Stark House puts a delightful dark fantasy twist on the soap opera. Unicorn Ivory has Genevieve discovering new aspects about herself and darkens her character. All in All this is a fantastic book and a worthy addition to any library.

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