Clan Novel: Brujah

Clan Novel Brujah It began with Clan Novel Toreador This book Clan Novel Brujah is the eleventh in a novel series concerning the Kindred the hugest event ever in the World of Darkness From small details to grand s

  • Title: Clan Novel: Brujah
  • Author: Gherbod Fleming John Van Fleet
  • ISBN: 9781565048256
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • It began with Clan Novel Toreador.This book, Clan Novel Brujah, is the eleventh in a 13 novel series concerning the Kindred the hugest event ever in the World of Darkness.From small details to grand spectacles, this epic series of over one million words reveals the secrets of this hidden world through the eyes of individuals on both sides of a great conflict The cIt began with Clan Novel Toreador.This book, Clan Novel Brujah, is the eleventh in a 13 novel series concerning the Kindred the hugest event ever in the World of Darkness.From small details to grand spectacles, this epic series of over one million words reveals the secrets of this hidden world through the eyes of individuals on both sides of a great conflict The continued existence of all Kindred, from the youngest neonate to the eldest Methuselah, hangs in the balance.The unlikely alliance of an Old World Ventrue, Jan Pieterzoon, and an New World Brujah Archon, Theo Bell, gives the Camarilla the advantage in its war against the Sabbatt Biding his time till now, Theo finally leads an assault that will complete the partners plans But the mighty Brujah runs into an enemy event he might be incapable of handling a young Toreador named Leopold.

    One thought on “Clan Novel: Brujah”

    1. The end of the siege of Baltimore is concluded here. This one is focused and has some interesting characters, but nothing more to write home about

    2. It's a fairly good book that's somewhat introspective, with intrigue, betrayal and all the wobbly throes of intense, back-stabbing vampire politics.However, the format of the series itself is something I'm not certain if I love or hate. Of course nothing is black and white, yet I see (what I feel are) great flaws and some advantages to this style. It's a series that does not belong to one author alone and or one set of characters, but rather what does remain is the hidden inner plot surrounding [...]

    3. In general, I haven't been much impressed with this series, so it might be construed as "damning with faint praise" to say that this is the best of the series so far, but for what it's worth, it is. This is largely due to the fact that the primary character for this book, Brujah Archon Theo Bell, is easily the most interesting, most sympathetic character that we've seen in the series. Granted, we've seen him in earlier books, and had a definite impression that he was a likeable character (if not [...]

    4. I really liked this installment in the series. Things are certainly coming to head, and I have to be honest when a certain someone showed up with a certain something at the end I couldn't help but cringe. It wasn't creepy at first but now, after the cave and the Gangrels, it's gotten really weird. Not to mention the Malk scrawl. I love it.

    5. This is a fantastic series if you are a fan or player of the Vampire the Masquerade Table Top game. I gave it a 3 because I don't recomend this series to those who are not.

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