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  • ISBN 0451401476
  • ISBN13 978-0451401472
  • Language English
  • Author Nancy A. Collins
  • Publisher Berkley; Reissue edition (August 1, 1989)
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  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1330 kb
  • Size Fb2 1244 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 587

Befriending the three members of a metal band, teenage loner Skinner is horrified to learn that Rend, Sunder, and Ripper are werewolves, eager to introduce him to their nightmarish world of murder, madness, and human flesh. Original.

Sunglasses After Dark book.

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by Nancy Collins (Author), Stanley Shaw (Artist). Book 1 of 7 in the Sonja Blue Series.

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Sunglasses After Dark. James Wesley Willoughby Jr. 1907-1972

Sunglasses After Dark. 1907-1972. Its horror and beauty are divine upon its lips and eyelids seem to lie loveliness like a shadow, from which shine fiery and lurid, struggling underneath, the agonies of anguish and of death. Shelley, The Beauty Of The Medusa.

Sunglasses After Dark By: Nancy A. Collins c 1988. SCANNED BY LUPINIV FEB 01 v. Her filthy hair hung about her face in rattails. None of the nurses wanted to touch her after what happened to Kalish. Not that Claude blamed them. 1 Claude Hagerty's watch played "The Yellow Rose of Texas. She knew he was watching, just as he'd known she'd be there, crouching like a spider in the middle of its web.

Nancy A. Collins has authored more than 20 novels and novellas and numerous short stories. She has also worked on several comic books, including a 2-year run on the Swamp Thing series

Nancy A. She has also worked on several comic books, including a 2-year run on the Swamp Thing series. She is a recipient of the Bram Stoker Award and the British Fantasy Award, and has been nominated for the Eisner, John W. Campbell Memorial, and International Horror Guild Awards.

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Acknowledged as one of the first Urban Fantasy novels, Sunglasses After Dark burst onto the fantasy/horror scene in 1989, garnering widespread critical praise and . Sunglasses After Dark - Nancy A.

Acknowledged as one of the first Urban Fantasy novels, Sunglasses After Dark burst onto the fantasy/horror scene in 1989, garnering widespread critical praise and winning the Horror Writers Association’s coveted Bram Stoker Award, as well as the British Fantasy Society’s Icarus Award.

SUNGLASSES AFTER DARK by Nancy Collins. The kiss of life has never been so deadly. New american library. A division of penguin books USA inc. Sonja Blue, the most erotic vampire of all time, leads men to heaven, and delivers them to hell. RESURRECTION DREAMS by Richard Laymon. The dead are risin. o love and lust again. For John, Dan, Doug, and Jeff, the Four Horsemen of my Apocalypse. publisher's note. This book is a work of fiction. Collins (born September 10, 1959) is a United States horror fiction writer best known for her series of vampire novels featuring her character Sonja Blue. Collins has also written for comic books, including the Swamp Thing series, Jason Vs. Leatherface, Predator: Hell Come A Walkin and her own one-shot Dhampire: Stillborn. Collins was born in McGehee, Arkansas, United States

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Acknowledged as one of the first Urban Fantasy novels, Sunglasses After Dark burst onto the fantasy/horror scene in 1989, garnering widespread critical praise and winning the Horror Writers Association’s coveted Bram Stoker Award, as well as the British Fantasy Society’s Icarus Award. Books related to Sunglasses After Dark.

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Hawk Flying
So this is the first book of the series. One thing I hate about this series is that they are not really numbered so go online and look them up. Now the premise of this series is that you have supernatural's living among humans and the main character is a vampire...sort of. Been done right? Yeah not like this they haven't. This book has been around a long time way before the market exploded like it has. If you want to see some of the concepts we take for granted done in a new way this is the book for you.

Good

1: You will find no whiny hero's here. This hero is badass and more than willing to do what has to be done. She is the definition of hard core without acting like a robot. Their is no angst or drama in her game. She knows what she is and what she wants to do but without that weird driven thing that some authors do. You know the hero who is so driven he can light children on fire and just say well I have to kill my archenemy and this will draw him? Well she's not like that. This hero is tough but very human.

2: The books are written at a frantic pace you hope from turning point to turning point. Some of these are fights others are conversations but you never feel bogged down or bored. Really if you don't like all that boring stuff then you will like this book it moves like a roller coaster full speed ahead.

3: The side characters are just as interesting as the main. Someone once said don't put a character in you story unless you know that character. That there are no throw away characters. You see it in this authors story. To this day I remember one of the gang bangers in this story and he was just a vehicle just a person to get the hero to point B. If you like memorable characters then you will like this.

Bad

1: Okay the no book order thing is my big hate.

2: I believe a book has to be like a fine blade. Slim, tight and sharp. I don't want to know what they had for breakfast. Don't care what kind of gel they put in their hair or their favorite color. And you won't find that in this but sometimes I wish she would of taken the time to let me get to know them a little better the main character is so cool that spending time with her just intrigues you more.

Overall

Well this is a dark tale. People die in this some of them you like. It ends really well and realistically but not that kind of hateful realism that makes you think your watching the news. Instead you get a good ending that you can walk away with a smile but wiser too. I would recommend this book to people who like action oriented books, this is not a romance. Don't read these is you need that. If you like the genre and don't mind a story without steamy sex or longing glances then go for this. Also some of the fight scenes are graphic I like that but some people are not into it.

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Unde
Used to love it, then she edited to modernize it and flesh-out plot points she needed. It took a good, fun, unique (at the time concept) and added klunky exposition and plot elements. Find the original published version, not this one. It is like a poor director's cut of a good film.
Rrd
I was fortunate enough to have read this when it first came out. There are a few books where you sort of fall into the world of the book. Clark Ashton Smith (Zothique) was the first one I read that did that for me. This is the second. Not to say that other books are not good, but they didn't leave me with the "target between the shoulder blades" feeling.

Sonja Blue is a very different vampire. I know, you can say that about almost every vampire book that comes out nowdays (bye, Bella) but no one else has hit on this one. She is extremely powerful and vengeful - and so lonely. Her sympathies are still with humans while she is a monster. You don't so much urge her on as she takes out the bad guys as cross you fingers that this time she makes it through.

Anyway, it is certainly worth a read. I read lots of books, and enjoy them all (mostly), but this is one of the few "special" ones.
Budar
I bought the Kindle editions of the first three Sonja Blue novels after I went to look for my compilation and it just fell apart. I hadn't read them in years, and while the story still holds up, the editing of the Kindle edition is just awful. It's like they just took some old Word files and didn't notice they were the version originally submitted and not proof read. Worth getting, but the constant errors kept jarring me out of the story
Sat
If you like Grimm or that concept that creatures walk amongst us hidden in plain sight then you like this. They are called pretenders. If your expected your Hollywood vampire you'll be disappointed. Not for the squeamish. Very violent and sexual but all done within context of the story. I was very surprised on how much I enjoyed this book. Only thing wrong it's short and a quick read.
Mightsinger
From the moment that Sonja Blue coughs back to life and sits up on the slab, not a corpse after all, I was hooked. This was one of, if not the first, new wave vampire books, and it is still a pure pleasure to read. Buy it, but don't expect sparkles.
Wetiwavas
It is dark and definetly not your typical vampire novel. I was confused a little here and there but overall I understood everything....I think. It's what you would think a vampire would be like if they were real. Not all pretty and sociable. A good read. Will read the next Sonja Blue book. By the way this author was on Charlaine Harris's web page of author she likes. That's why I tried it to begin with.
This book is entertaining as long as you don't mind missing words and misspellings on nearly every page. It's clear that a copy editor has never been through the book. There are mistakes upon mistakes, which makes for rough reading.