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by Rhiannon Frater

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  • ISBN 1441439889
  • ISBN13 978-1441439888
  • Language English
  • Author Rhiannon Frater
  • Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 22, 2011)
  • Pages 412
  • Formats doc docx lit mobi
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1549 kb
  • Size Fb2 1835 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 755

In THE TALE OF THE VAMPIRE BRIDE, Lady Glynis suffered great horrors at the hands of her evil vampire master, Count Vlad Dracula, and vowed she would one day escape him. In THE VENGEANCE OF THE VAMPIRE BRIDE, Glynis learns to embrace the title of Countess Dracula as she sets into motion her plans to seek revenge on those who betrayed Glynis and her family to Dracula and to reunite with the man she loves. Despite her ambitions, it soon becomes quite apparent that her life continues to be overshadowed by the ominous presence of Vlad Dracula. Set in the 1820s against the lush gothic backdrop of Buda, Hungary, the tale of one vampire bride’s quest for love, revenge, and the right to determine her own way in life is a sweeping saga that will enthrall any reader who loves the beautiful, deadly vampires of old.

Home Rhiannon Frater The Vengeance of the Vampire Bride. I despair at the loss of my vampire sisters and their companionship, but recent events have destroyed our familial bonds.

Home Rhiannon Frater The Vengeance of the Vampire Bride. The vengeance of the va. .The Vengeance of the Vampire Bride, . Part of Vampire Bride series by Rhiannon Frater. I am saddened that Cneajna, my vampire mother, now despises me. How can she blame me for Vlad’s actions? It was never my desire to be his favored Bride, or to be elevated above her. That Vlad should exalt me above the others still baffles me. Yet, this does not matter to Cneajna.

Next, I absolutely love where Frater has taken her Vampire Bride world in this sequel. Instead of having to spend her time introducing her world to the reader, Ms. Frater takes the opportunity to use all her characters to build up a new supernatural world for Glynis to assimilate into. While we learn about this new world with Glynis, Glynis struggles with her identity and figuring out who she can trust. I wasn't too surprised that Rhiannon Frater's Vengeance of the Vampire Bride was really slow compared to its predecessor, The Tale of the Vampire Bride, but I was hoping that some of the momentum would carry over; that just didn't happen unfortunately.

Books in The Vampire Bride Dark Rebirth Trilogy (3 Book Series). Lady Glynis (the heroine from the first book: THE TALE OF THE VAMPIRE BRIDE) is back with a vengeance :) as she tries to carry out her plans to make suffer those who helped enslave her and murder her parents

Books in The Vampire Bride Dark Rebirth Trilogy (3 Book Series). Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. Lady Glynis (the heroine from the first book: THE TALE OF THE VAMPIRE BRIDE) is back with a vengeance :) as she tries to carry out her plans to make suffer those who helped enslave her and murder her parents. I'm not sure how far apart the two books were written, but as someone who read them one after another I noticed a lot of previous characterisations change. In the original book, for example: it was described how Glynis once wore trousers without a second thought, in this one she is "prevented" by her "adoration of fashion" from doing so.

It seems every night the sky is full of snowflakes. The river has begun to freeze over and huge chunks of ice have made the ferry passage to Pesth difficult. In the light of the full moon, the world. I continue to drink from Csilla and occasionally the guards. Csilla has embraced her malaise happily. She regards it as a rite of passage from the world of the living to the world of the vampires. Though Adem continues to drill me on fighting tactics and Magda is always a pleasant companion, my world has become the palace.

Genres : Horror, Fantasy. In THE TALE OF THE VAMPIRE BRIDE, Lady Glynis suffered great horrors at the hands of her evil vampire master, Count Vlad Dracula, and vowed she would one day escape him. In THE VENGEANCE OF THE VAMPIRE BRIDE, Glynis learns to embrace the title of Countess Dracula as she sets into motion her plans to seek revenge on those who betrayed Glynis and her family to Dracula and to reunite with the man she loves. Despite her ambitions, it soon becomes quite apparent that her life continues to be overshadowed by the ominous presence of Vlad Dracula.

Rhiannon Frater is an American author of horror fiction. Frater is best known for her As the World Dies trilogy, which she initially self-published and then revised and expanded for publication by Tor Books

Rhiannon Frater is an American author of horror fiction. Frater is best known for her As the World Dies trilogy, which she initially self-published and then revised and expanded for publication by Tor Books. The books are about survivors during a zombie plague.

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Lesesshe
Lady Glynis (the heroine from the first book: THE TALE OF THE VAMPIRE BRIDE) is back with a vengeance :) as she tries to carry out her plans to make suffer those who helped enslave her and murder her parents.

I'm not sure how far apart the two books were written, but as someone who read them one after another I noticed a lot of previous characterisations change. In the original book, for example: it was described how Glynis once wore trousers without a second thought, in this one she is "prevented" by her "adoration of fashion" from doing so. There are other little bits of change here and there as well.

The biggest change though was in Glynis' character itself. Where in the last book she cared for the other Brides of Dracula and sympathised with them somewhat. In this one she completely ignores them. It's so weird since she herself knows first hand how much they suffer. The fact is that she seems a lot more evil in this one, in general, as well.

It feels like the author put the plot before the characters. It was like: This PLOT EVENT needs to happen, so I'm retroactively changing this character to fit the story. It feels dishonest to the characters of the previous book in a lot of places.

There's also this weird thing where the characters apparently went on a shopping spree in the previous book. An event that we were never made aware of. Glynis apparently has a lot of presents from Dracula that were never mentioned, and now that it's convenient suddenly pop-up.

I could go on but I'm sure you get what I'm saying...

This book is written slightly different from the way the previous book was. The original relied on diary and letter entries to convey the story. This one still has those, but mixes them in with traditional first person view points. It works so much better. In the original, you had to stretch your disbelief at the amount of detail and dialogue in a diary entry. This one gives a much more realistic version of what you would normally write in a letter or diary, and supplements the events by going into detail after the entry.

2 stars. much better writing style but puts the cart before the horse and forces the characters to be people they're not. Also, too much retroactive continuity to be comfortable with, particularly if you're reading the books one after another.
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Book 2 is just as good as the first. I could not put this book down just as I couldn't put the first one down. I loved how the story evolved from book one to book two. Glynis struggles with holding on to who she was before and being a good person all while getting vengeance against those responsible for her family's fate. She really finds her way and her place in her new world and it certainly wasn't easy and her problems are far from over. I cannot wait for book 3 to come out later this month, May of 2016. I just re-read book 1 and 2 to hold me over til it's release!
Gholbithris
I don't know if it is because I'm aging but entertaining the fantasy of immortality is intriguing ,compounded by maintaining a code of
ethics and morality. Throwing in some sex and romance makes this book quite irresistible . I think the writer has a great imagination and is
very clever. I' m sure that some highbrows may have a different criteria of what they think literature should be , however, art , to me, being a
painter of horses and dancers, is very subjective. I think the characters are great . This book , along with it's companion book, was a terrific
escape. It swept me along. This writer has stories to tell and we are lucky to have her.
Arlelond
I read the first book and was in awe at her writing style. She has such clear ideas that really made the story come alive in my mind. What a great writer. To see that she continued the story with this book was exciting. I loved this book and her continuing storyline with Glynnis. I literally could not put it down. I went to work the next morning just waiting to get home to read some more. The second book picked up where the last one left off easily. If you read the vampire bride you must read this story. It is very worth it!!
Xurad
When I read this book, I was amazed at how seamlessly it flowed from the first book into this one. I was immediately swept up and back into Glynis's world. I thrilled at her triumphs, cried at the hurdles she had to face. I really enjoyed seeing old and new characters alike. The writing is so rich, the characters so real you feel a part of the sweeping landscapes and adventures. It is like a delectable roller coaster ride you never want to end! This book is a must for any fan of the vampire genre or just good Gothic horror in general. I promise you will not be able to put it down until you are read every last syllable!
Voodoozragore
One again, she has hit the ball put of the park with the second book in this enthralling series...so refreshingly unique & classy: this trilogy stands apart; triumphant in a genre that has been flooded with cliche, boring novels that are all too much of the same. Thank you for a truly incredible read...I am off to devour the third and final book in this amazingly addictive, fantastic trilogy!
kolos
Both of these stories (Vampire Bride #1 & #2) were amazing. They were fresh and new, whereas so many other authors seem to recycle a lot of the same plot lines. The only down size to this book is that I have been waiting forever to read the third & final book. Normally, when you are left hanging, you anxiously await the next book; however, Ms Frater has written other books and it doesn't seem that we will be getting the third book at all. I haven't read her other novels even though I know that they will be just as amazing as this series, but I find it hard to do until I finish this series. And, I have no idea how the story will end because Ms Frater doesn't go by the usual formats. She is an amazing author and even though I'm still waiting for my book #3, I highly recommend anything that she writes because she is just that good!!!
I do not normally pay for books. As a matter of fact I have spent less than 10$ on books in the three years I have had my Kindle Fire. This authors wrighting style has captured my imagination and I couldn't wait to start the next book.