The Core Dump

A strong conviction that something must be done is the parent of many bad measures

[By Nic Lindh on Saturday, 09 September 2006]

Review: Choice of the Cat

Choice of the Cat is the second novel in E. E. Knight’s The Vampire Earth series, and continues David Valentine’s saga.

E. E. Knight does a good job of avoiding the sophomore slump, and instead piles on the grim action even more fast and furious than in the first installment.

If you like dark fantasy, post-apocalyptic nightmares, and vampires, The Vampire Earth series is well worth picking up.


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Way of the Wolf

Tale of the Thunderbolt

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