Children of the night
From the Hugo Award-winning author of Hyperion and Carrion Comfort comes a chilling tale of ancient Transylvanian terrors, modern political nightmares, and vampirism. A brilliant hematologist visiting Romania to lend her expertise in the treatment of rare blood diseases discovers a child who is capable of taking any blood type--but she must save him from his grim destiny.
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I love this book as i have only read it once, would love to find a copy of it as i can not find it in bookshops, this should be made into a film.
Review: Children of the Night (Summer of Night)User Review - Peter Greenwell - Goodreads
Quite frankly, it was a drag reading this. This book would've been a whole lot better had Simmons dispensed with the in-depth research on blood and Romania and simply let his storytelling skills shine ... Read full review