Vampire Destiny Trilogy

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HarperCollins Children's Books, 2005 - Children's stories - 496 pages
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Become a half-vampire. Explore the night. Feed.

Comprising The Lake of Souls, Lord of the Shadows and Sons of Destiny, Vampire Destiny is the blood-curdling grand finale of The Saga of Darren Shan.

In The Lake of Souls, Darren and Harkat go on a quest to the lake of the dead, through a world of mystery and terror. In Lord of the Shadows, Darren returns home and confronts the demons of his human past. In Sons of Destiny, Darren faces archenemy Steve Leopard for a fight to the death. With time running out, can Des Tiny be foiled, or is the world doomed?

Ages 9-11

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I LOVED THE ENDING TO THIS SERIES. - Goodreads
I hated the ending to this series. - Goodreads
The ending makes it utterly perfect. - Goodreads
Well what an ending! - Goodreads

Review: Vampire Destiny Trilogy (The Saga of Darren Shan - Box Sets & Omnibus Editions #10-12)

User Review  - Katrina Southern - Goodreads

Well what an ending! Darren Shan wraps the series up nicely with this last few additions to the series. We find out who Harkat Mulds is (a character I adored and longed to know his identity). And ... Read full review

Review: Vampire Destiny Trilogy (The Saga of Darren Shan - Box Sets & Omnibus Editions #10-12)

User Review  - Kaustuv Mohanty - Goodreads

Although some parts were predictable, the last three books were the best in the series. Des Tiny remains a mysterious meddler and the ending WAS predictable. But, I think it is a good read for teenagers. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Born in London in 1972, Darren O'Shaughnessy [writing as Darren Shan] moved to Limerick with his parents and younger brother. Returned to London to study Sociology and English then worked for a TV cable company. His first adult novel Ayuamarca has been published by Orion and his writing has been likened to Clive Barker and Iain Banks. He is now a full-time writer of TV scripts and novels

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