The Light at the End

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Bantam, Jan 1, 1986 - Fiction - 385 pages
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The groundbreaking novel of new age horror from the masters of Splatterpunk, Skipp and Spector. A brutal killer is stalking New York City's underground--a killer the tabloids call the "Subway Psycho". But what they're looking for isn't even human. His kind has ruled the night for centuries, and down in the tunnels, the night lasts forever.

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User Review  - Zumbanista - LibraryThing

A Gory, Dark, Vampire Tale This book was recommended on several Vampire Reading Lists with the warning it was a darkly-told story. It was that and more - more gore! A spine-chilling adrenaline rush ... Read full review

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User Review  - mel-L-co0l-j - LibraryThing

i liked this twist on vampire mythology and presentation. as usual, Spector and Skipp please with disturbing twists and unsettling splatter. however, most of the characters were not believable, and ... Read full review


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