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Vampyre Labyrinth: Dust Blood
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on 18 March 2017
G.P Taylor - New York Times Best Selling Author. Children's/Young Adult Author of: Shadowmancer, Curse of Salamander Street, Wormwood, Tersias, and Dopplegangers, presents a clever spin in his Vampire Trilogy. Lead character Jago Harker, following the death of his mother is evacuated to Whitby during World War 2. Vampyre Labyrinth trilogy is filled with interesting characters and twists and turns in the story.

RedEye (Vampyre Labyrinth, Book 1)
Dust Blood (Vampyre Labyrinth, Book 2)
Oracle (Vampyre Labyrinth, Book 3)
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VINE VOICEon 19 April 2015
this is once again a cracking good read.

Jago now knows what the creatures are that hunt him and when Bia is 'turned' he vows to get 'Dust Blood' from the Vampire who bit her and reverse the process. Can he trust anyone he now meets? He also discovers that he is the person mentioned in the Vampyre's Prophecy.

Set once more in Whitby with writing that evokes fear, wonder and excitement this is a great sequel to Vampyre Labyrinth.

Once again, I read this book in just under 2 hours and then immediately bought the next one.
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on 26 February 2011
DustBlood is a worthy sequel to the evocative RedEye, poor Jago's story perpetuates with further intrigue, twists and double crosses!

Most definitley another story for cinema, more please?!
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on 13 November 2012
My daughter loves books like these, and has read all the Twilight Saga's. Can't recommend it highly enough.

If it keeps your child captivated, it can only be a good thing :)
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on 26 February 2011
a fantastic and worthy sequel to redeye and certainly eclipses twilight series and cant wait for the next installment.
will make a fantastic film series worthy of potter and others.cant wait to find out what happens to Jago and Biatra.interesting esp as set around whitby and Hull area.Great reading for adults and children alike
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on 3 December 2015
Wonferfuly trilogy! One for the grown boys😯
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on 17 June 2015
great
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