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4.7 out of 5 stars
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on 3 April 2013
Good book, good value for money. read cirque du freak series first other wise you won't understand the story, came in good condition looks lovely next to my other Darren Shan books :) if your just getting into Darren Shan and haven't yet read the demonata series, read then ASAP, bet series he's written. Enjoyed incredibly. The larten Crepsley series just ties up lose ends from the cirque du freak books.
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on 3 July 2012
As a dearest fan of Darren Shan, i would say that he has produced yet another masterpiece however this book is not as good than some of the previous books he has written about.

Ocean of blood is a fascinating series of what i have read so far as it keeps me hooked on to every page. This book focuses on the protaganst Larten Crepsley who has seperated himself from the Clan and is wondering around lonesomely and is now starting to realise the vampire life and that it is not about sleeping all day and partying all night. As an indivisual Larten is finding it hard to cope being by himself as he is struggling to find food and yet keeping a low profile at the same time. After being rejected from Evvana and picking up an accomplience along the way he finds himself on a boat and comes down with vamipre fever. During his stay on the boat he starts to find himself craving blood again and suddenly goes into a frenzy and kills most of the people on board only keeping a few as captive. However he quickly fled from the scene taking an innocent baby with him.

For me that let the book down was the end, as a cliffhanger is supposed to want you keep reading however this was not the case and it was slightly dissapointing.
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on 11 June 2014
I've always been a fan of Darren Shan's writing style, and although classed somewhat as a teen book this can be enjoyed by all ages. Another great read in the Larten Crepsley saga and very much looking forward to reading the next one. Although short it's enough to keep you hooked for about 3 hours depending on how quick you read.
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on 28 April 2016
purchased for my niece and she loves it,Darren Shan sure knows how to connect with his readers.
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on 24 January 2016
great happy, good quality, good value for money
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on 24 January 2014
This is another good book. I really do like the Darren Shan books and this is like a diary of Mr Crepsley. Mr Crepsley is my favourite character.
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on 24 October 2013
I love this book I've read them all and find them as good as each other if your a Mr crepsley fan i'd recommend you get these all of them!!
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on 26 May 2013
Nice read which continued from the first book. It provides a good depth into the life of Larten Crepsley. Another good series from Darren Shan.
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on 5 May 2012
Read it in one sitting which means that it is either very good or very short. Its very good but did seem like it could have been longer. Still good though.
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on 16 February 2014
My son loves all of Darren Shan's books and this is no exception. The artwork on the cover is amazing
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