Ocean of Blood (The Saga of Larten Crepsley, Book 2)

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HarperCollins Publishers, Apr 28, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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The epic tale of the vampire Larten Crepsley continues. The question is – how far can Larten go... alone?

Free from their mentor Seba Nile, Larten Crepsley and Wester Flack join the Cubs – wild young vampires with little respect for human life, and a taste for mindless enjoyment.

For the Cubs, everything is easy. But nothing has ever been easy for Larten, and soon fate throws his life into another spin. With dark paths to travel, Larten finds himself far from the Vampire Mountain and its rules. A long way from home, sick and alone, he must decide what kind of vampire he will be. Whether he will stand firm, be true to his master and his princples – or whether he will lose himself in blood...

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Review: Ocean of Blood (The Saga of Larten Crepsley #2)

User Review  - Celine - Goodreads

I've been an almost life-long fan of Darren Shan's books. The first time I read The Vampire's Assistant I was around eight. After that first encounter with the wonderful world of vampires that would ... Read full review

Review: Ocean of Blood (The Saga of Larten Crepsley #2)

User Review  - Ashley - Goodreads

This book was a little better for me. I felt that is was a little slow until around the ending, but it was still a really great book. A lot of the characters we met in The Cirque Du Freak reappear in ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Darren Shan is the number-one best-selling author of the twelve book series THE SAGA OF DARREN SHAN, and more recently the DEMONATA series. Ocean of Blood is the second title in his new SAGA OF LARTEN CREPSLEY, which takes readers full circle, to before the beginning of THE SAGA OF DARREN SHAN. Darren’s books have been read by millions of people around the world and translated into more than 25 languages. Darren lives in seclusion in the depths of Ireland. He is a big film buff, and also loves theatre, comics and books, and collecting art. He loves dreaming up new ways to terrify his readers, but never drinks blood. Or so he claims.

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