✹ [BOOKS] ✭ Vampire (van Helsing Diaries Book 1) By Peter Cawdron ❃ – Dailytradenews.co.uk

Vampire (van Helsing Diaries Book 1) summary Vampire (van Helsing Diaries Book 1), series Vampire (van Helsing Diaries Book 1), book Vampire (van Helsing Diaries Book 1), pdf Vampire (van Helsing Diaries Book 1), Vampire (van Helsing Diaries Book 1) 2396b37d2c Content Warning Although This Novella Is A Work Of Fiction, It Contains Violent Themes Such As Murder And Suicide Bram Stoker Wrote Dracula Over The Course Of A Decade, Researching Historical Figures And Compiling Notes From Scattered Diary Entries What Was Supposed To Be A Work Of Fiction Holds Far Truth Than He Realized Dr Jane Langford Is Investigating A Murder Suicide Unlike Anything She S Ever Encountered Before Sleepy Boise, Idaho, Is A Haven To An Evil That Has Passed Unnoticed Down Through The Centuries


10 thoughts on “Vampire (van Helsing Diaries Book 1)

  1. says:

    Another wonderful short story by Cawdron From the onset, Vampire had me on the edge of my seat I found myself losing track of time while reading as I could not set it aside Cawdron just has a way with words and you get lost in the detailed descriptions of his characters and environments To be honest, I wasn t even close to being ready for the surprising twist at the end Keep up the great work, Peter, and I can t wait for what s next in store


  2. says:

    This is another Cawdron Masterpiece, although a bit darker than his usual tale.From the outset it should be noted that this is a short story, just to prevent any confusion, and stop the usual complaints about length.However, even given that it is a short story, you won t be disappointed.This is an intelligent story, that is dark, intriguing, and that you should not read alone at night Cawdron does a brilliant job of using his characters to provide a riveting tale about a murder and a suicide investigation that isn t what it seems I don t want to give any away, needless to say that the story is quiet dark in its themes, but Cawdron has not gone overboard in his descriptions of the key elements, so those that may be interested, but are possibly put off by the warnings shouldn t be too concerned If you have read similar material before, such as other Vampire books, or crime novels you should be ok with the themes in this book.As usual Cawdrons characters are incredibly well written, having been in the Police, I was impressed with the quality of his writing in relation to procedural content, and the characters attitudes and actions.His main protagonist, Jane, his excellent, and as with all his books, is one of the highlights of the story.This is a book that will leave you guessing and wondering, and even when you have finished, you will still be wondering if what happened, really happenedDon t miss out on another incredibly dark thriller by Peter Cawdron, you won t be disappointed


  3. says:

    I rather liked this It s fairly short but leaves you wanting A unique twist to the vampire legend, but with the masterful original Dracula as an inspiration.


  4. says:

    Though, only 54 pages, this is an awesome reinterpretation of Bram Stoker s Dracula If you tend to believe in the existence of vampires, and find the idea disturbing, it might be wise to avoid this story, but if you like me just dislike horror on a manageable level, this is a great read eerie, suspenseful and slightly discomforting in the best possible way, and very compelling It s a book that makes you think of plausibility, and the truth of mythologies I guess, I m attracted to unsettling, slightly creepy stories at the moment, but still, this reads as sinister, not graphic suicide is part of the premise, as snow is part of the setting, but the true horror, is something entirely different, and less tangible Set in recent day Idaho it reads, in parts, very much like a crime novel, conveying a police and psych approach This works well in regards to giving the story a realistic feel, and it supports the suspense, as does the Idaho setting The backdrop of chilly winter storms, establishes a subtle, and quite eerie baseline, much in tune with that of Stoker s dark and gothic London Eastern Europe The protagonist, Dr Jane Langford, is very believable, both in regards to her being at the center of the story, and as a real person, who reflects, overthinks, and has relatable reactions I really like, how she is being properly portrayed throughout the story, and how well developed her character is Obviously, the primary focus is to give merit to a myth, few, if any, would wish were true, and thus a sinister foreboding is eased in, adding horror to the suspense Cawdron offers a new take, and twists it into something both disturbingly realistic and eerily gothic, while drawing on interesting parts of the original novel I also love how the original novel gets to be an actual part of this story as well It wasn t at all what I expected of a novella, and yet, the story felt just as solid as had it been an actual novel As the writing is perfectly flawless, and the story brilliantly imagined, I would very much like And I ll definitely recommend it anyone, especially if you ve read Bram Stoker s Dracula, but even if you haven t.


  5. says:

    This wild reimagining of Dracula is so gripping you will read it in minutes I was kept on my toes guessing where the twists would take me until the very end, and I can t say much without giving it away, but you will be happy to have spent a dollar on a fine story rather than 1 4 of a coffee free copy provided for my honest opinion, I just happened to luck out and fall in love with it


  6. says:

    Fast PacedVAMPIRE was fast paced and thrilling The suspense built up from very subtle to in your face obvious I would recommend this to anyone interested in vampires It s a different take on vampires A good read.


  7. says:

    This is an eerie story of possession and vampires I m not sure I liked the ending but it was a unique way to take care of the story line I could anticipate some of the plot but that didn t take away from the enjoyment of the story If anything, it made it terrifying somewhat like those horror stories where the person is going to check out the dark basement alone and you know it s not going to end well.


  8. says:

    A very well written and well edited capturing short story The ending was predictable but nevertheless enjoyable.


  9. says:

    A reworking of the Dracula story Set in modern time And in a novella The old vampire story is so iconic that I was unable to imagine how this could be worked So much so, that when I was offered a copy of Vampire in return for an honest review, I emailed the author to reiterate that my review would be a totally honest one even if I hated it.I should have saved myself all the angst and trusted in the very talented imagination of Mr.Cawdron to make this something special He writes with such a seemingly easy style, bringing characters into full reality without heavy handed description, not interrupting the flow of the story, starting in the ordinary and seamlessly spiralling into the weird Although a short, this story had the impact of a full length novel Perhaps the final pages were predicable but this only made the story that tad excitingAlthough this is a stand alone, I understand that there is a possibility of further books in this new series to follow if this one proves popular So, please, everyone, buy this book You won t regret it and I just know that I ll be there at the front of the queue to read the next one


  10. says:

    This was a neat little twist on the traditional vampire story and thank goodness nothing was sparkling Cawdron, as always, puts his own unique spin on something and makes it better What if vampires are real, but we ve gotten so blinded by the mythos that we can t see what s right in front of us This story was done in the style of Bram Stoker, full of suspense and riddled with the unknown I recommend it to any horror or sci fi fans out there along with everything else the guy writes which is all gold , and I sincerely hope there are many sequels in the works I love the way this one went, and I d love to read much of this story.


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