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4.0 out of 5 stars Another 30 Days of Night, 22 Sept. 2007
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30 days of night started as a graphic novel series of horror comics, which I have read. The events of this book take place after the events in the graphic novels and the (forthcoming in October 2007) movie.

I liked this book. I'm not a great horror reader, but I do like books about vampires (maybe because I'm writing one). This takes away all romantiscm surrounding vampires in some books. These guys are not tall, dark, hunky heartthrobs. These guys are unattractive, razor-toothed, killing-machines, who basically see humans in one way only - dinner.

So, this is set between the movie and the next book in the series - Immortal Remains. There are characters from the graphic novels in there as well as characters from the next book. I really don't want to say much and spoil the rest of the books, so you will just have to read them and find out. I will say that this book, mostly reads from the point of view of a human character, and as the title says, there are 'rumours of the undead' so not so many actual vampires around. The next book is from the point of view of a vampire, and there is much more vampire activity in that one. Enjoy!
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5.0 out of 5 stars great, 26 Feb. 2011
i brought this simply to read going back and forth to uni. am dyslexic and find it hard for books to keep my attention.

the 20 pages or so i thought nothing special but then something happens and i was hook from there. the vampires aren't tractional romantic vampires you find these days but vicious monsters. as well as that theres a conspiracy with in the book and i found my self asking what if are government are doing the same thing. this is the human perspective and i hear the next one is from the vampires perspective so can't wait to read it.

even if your not a big fan of the film or even haven't seen it its still a good read anything that ties in the film is explained anyway. and i myself didn't really enjoy the film but enjoyed the book.

well worth the price couldn't recommend it enough.
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