The Record of a Fallen Vampire, Vol. 3

Thousands of years ago, Vampire King Akabara Red Rose Strauss lost both his kingdom and his queen Since humans were unable to kill the queen, they sealed her away, erecting thousands of fake seals so that the king would never find her true location Despite being pursued by relentless Hampires half human half vampire , Akabara continues to search for his queen to thiThousands of years ago, Vampire King Akabara Red Rose Strauss lost both his kingdom and his queen Since humans were unable to kill the queen, they sealed her away, erecting thousands of fake seals so that the king would never find her true location Despite being pursued by relentless Hampires half human half vampire , Akabara continues to search for his queen to this day Dhampire leader Bridget delivers a shocking revelation about Akabara and his Queen Adelheid The mystery of Akabara s dark past continues to unwind, but can the truth Bridget divulges be trusted Thousands of years ago, Vampire King Akabara Red Rose Strauss lost both his kingdom and his queen Since humans were unable to kill the queen, they sealed her away, erecting thousands of fake seals so that the king would never find her true location Despite being pursued by relentless dhampires, Akabara continues to search for his queen to this day
The Record of a Fallen Vampire Vol Thousands of years ago Vampire King Akabara Red Rose Strauss lost both his kingdom and his queen Since humans were unable to kill the queen they sealed her away erecting thousands of fake seals so

  • Title: The Record of a Fallen Vampire, Vol. 3
  • Author: Kyo Shirodaira Yuri Kimura
  • ISBN: 9781421517759
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Record of a Fallen Vampire, Vol. 3”

    1. This volume is a turning point and you'll either buy unto Shirodaira's previously foreshadowed premise or you'll want to chuck it aside entirely.I'm in the former category. The author is slowly revealing an intricate web of lies, deceit, and hidden motivations. Nothing, so far, is what it seems so if you're willing to challenge your notions of urban fantasy, you'll have fun with this.

    2. I think that this story gets better with the books that follow. I understand that other readers get confused with the plot, but I love it! This series is basically one of my guilty pleasures. Now, it will be really spoilery. I was shocked that aliens will be involved in this vampiric Japan. I like the part when Strauss just relaxes in further parts. I just had to say it gets better.

    3. The story of what happened a thousand years ago is getting interesting, and I really want to know what happened back then.But come on: (view spoiler)[aliens (hide spoiler)]? In a vampire story? No thanks.

    4. Okay, the end of this one was the final straw. With all the other premises highly unlikely, the conclusion to this one just killed me. I refuse to read the next one.

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