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Darren Shan Series Collection - The Saga of Larten Crepsley 4 Books Set

By Darren Shan

GTIN 9780007952533

Product Code: LWP0267

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Darren Shan Series Collection - The Saga of Larten Crepsley 4 Books Set

4 books Set

 RRP: £27.96

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Titles in This Set

 1. Birth of a Killer

Following the massive success of the Demonata series, Darren Shan is back where it all started - telling the life story of the vampire Larten Crepsley. Spanning centuries and continents, taking in sea voyages, murder, war and love, this is the epic, bloodsoaked tale of a vampire who started out a nobody...and ended up changing the world forever. For every vampire, the end...is just the beginning. When terrible events force young Larten Crespley to flee his home he finds himself alone in the world. Then he meets the mysterious Seba Nile, who introduces him to the ways of the vampire clan. But will Larten turn his back on humanity and join a world from which there can be no return...? So begins the blood-soaked tale of a vampire who starts out a nobody ...but will change the world forever.

2. Ocean of Blood

The epic tale of the vampire Larten Crepsley continues. The question is - how far can Larten go...alone? Free from their mentor Seba Nile, Larten Crepsley and Wester Flack join the Cubs - wild young vampires with little respect for human life, and a taste for mindless enjoyment. For the Cubs, everything is easy. But nothing has ever been easy for Larten, and soon fate throws his life into another spin. With dark paths to travel, Larten finds himself far from the Vampire Mountain and its rules. A long way from home, sick and alone, he must decide what kind of vampire he will be. Whether he will stand firm, be true to his master and his princples - or whether he will lose himself in blood...

3. Palace of the Damned

In the third instalment in the creepy, captivating Larten Crepsley series, Larten finds out what it means to love...but is he also damned to find out what it means to lose? Lost in the arctic waste, carrying a baby whose love he could never deserve, Larten faces the darkest time he has ever known. But hope has a way of shining through even the smallest of cracks, and just as Larten reaches the end, a new beginning presents itself. The trouble is, for Larten, the violence of his youth is never far from the surface...and those he loves are the ones he hurts the most. As Larten experiences heaven and hell, and tries to save the soul of a child, the question is: can he save his own?

4. Brother to the Death

The fourth and final instalment in the epic saga of Larten Crepsley - vampire, hero and victim of fate...Just as Larten is finding a new place for himself in vampire society, trying to help vampires escape the Nazi menace, horrifying tragedy falls on his own family, thanks to the nefarious Vampaneze. With his old friend Wester calling for war against the ancient enemies of vampires, Larten finds himself a figurehead of the campaign. But there are more evil things than just the Vampaneze stirring. And soon, Larten might find himself grieving again - as he faces the worst and final betrayal...

Brand Harper Collins
Author Darren Shan
Format Paperback
GTIN 9780007952533
Language English
Video Link NA

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  • This book gives you great insights
    Review by John Doe / (Posted on 20/03/2018)
    This book gives you great insights on the precedence and consistency and the importance of all such actions which help us to lead a successful life. However there were few points I didn't quite concur with like don't strive for perfection. But overall it's a good read
  • This book gives you great insights
    Review by John Doe / (Posted on 13/01/2018)
    This book gives you great insights on the precedence and consistency and the importance of all such actions which help us to lead a successful life. However there were few points I didn't quite concur with like don't strive for perfection. But overall it's a good read