Viking Vampires Voyage and Vampire of the Sea

  • by Vianka Van Bokkem
  • Narrated by Ginny You
  • 1 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Viking Vampires Voyage: "The snow this winter is so deep that humans are not traveling as usual with their dog sleds. I have not had blood in a few days and I am feeling weak. Suddenly I smelled human blood. I spotted two humans from a distance. Fresh blood was slowly dripping on the white snow. They probably had an accident and were lost. My immortal life gets complicated when a handsome 19-year-old Viking Vampire named Mikael asked for my help. During our sea voyage to free Norway, I started having feelings towards Mikael's 18-year-old brother named Noak. My name is Klara and I am also a Viking Vampire."
Vampire of the Sea: The English Captain of the Medusa's Lair pirate ship gets killed in battle leaving his only daughter Mar with the dilemma of taking the Captain title. The crew does not seem to accept her as a Captain because she is a young female. What the crew does not know is that she was attacked by a vampire on the night of her 22nd birthday and she is now a pirate vampire. After a demonstration of vampire power the crew does not dare to question her abilities and start calling her Captain right away.

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Great Imagination needs some polish!

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

No! This has to be a beginning writer. She has a great imagination but she lacks in other areas.


What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I loved the idea of vampire Vikings.! The story had all the aspects needed to fly, but unfortunately it only puttered on the runway.


What does Ginny You bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

What? Who is Ginny You! LOL


Was Viking Vampires Voyage and Vampire of the Sea worth the listening time?

Perhaps. In its current form it is admittably hard to read.


Any additional comments?

A few things I would like to say about this book. First please stop using I so much there were so many times the author just chickened out and used I instead of taking the time to flesh out the story and tell us why I. Also stop using just one or two words to describe something. For instance tell us why you so desperately needed blood. We know its been a while since you've fed, but what has that done to you? Is your skin shriveled? Looking like old parchment paper, browned and so thin it might rip at the slightest touch. Instead of the hard as steel, polished marble appearance it has when you are sated with blood
Or instead of describing a love interest as simply beautiful, tell us why you find him so. This would add so much to this story. I would be very interested to reread this if it is ever reworked.
Mak

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-10-2013
  • Publisher: Domus Supernaturalis