This book is one of the best in Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's Saint Germain vampire series.
As with many of Ms. Yarbro's novels, information, love, and horror are mixed in a heady combination that makes for delightful reading.
Montalia also discovers temporary love, and a means to quench her thirst, with the handsome mortal Dr. Falke.
I have enjoyed reading Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's novels for many years. While The Count's adventures provide entertainment, Yarbro provides her brand of historic detail which brings... Read morePublished 17 months ago by BillS
Every one of the Chelsea Quinn Yarbro novels is an enjoyable vampire story. For those that like this genre there is none better.Published 23 months ago by Tennessee Farmboy
Plainly horrible and boring (unless you are a fan of the female protagonist in here). I would burn it if not for the very few first pages that tell something of the dark past of... Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by Gabs
This book is one of the best in Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's Saint Germain vampire series. It has two story lines dealing with Egyptian history, both very interesting. Read morePublished on November 30, 2012 by Linda S.
Before Blood Games and his identity of Ragocsy Sanct' Germain Franciscus, St. Germain spends the first third of his new life in Egypt, beginning in the Eighteenth Dynasty. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by Milo of Croton
I've been a fan of the Saint-Germain series for quite a few years now. I have always been curious as to the earlier years of the Count's life, and this book illustrated those... Read morePublished on July 12, 2007 by Andrea Woodard