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Wouldn't you rather light a candle instead of of curse the darkness? The object of the evening is revealed to sow the seeds of suspicion and unrest among the people of the world, to enflame the hatred and distrust between the two races. As the Order of Rosencreuz up the stakes, cooperation and goodwill between the Vatican and the Empire grow imperative. Adept at intrigue and manipulation, insinuated deeply within both sides of the struggle, this new order leads all in a deadly dance. For AX operative Abel Nightroad, when friend becomes foe, foe will become friend.
Blood flows as the action in Trinity Blood shifts from Rome and Western Europe to Carthage and Constantinople, the capital of the vampire empire. Esther Blanchett and Abel Nightroad forge an unlikely alliance with the vampire nobles, Asta and Ion. They're working for Cardinal Catherine and the Empress to promote better relations between the Vatican and the Empire. Pitted against them are the troops of the Department of Inquisition; Auto-Jägers, zombies created from vampire corpses; the Empress' Janissaries; and any number of turncoats. Blood, bombs, knives, and shells fly. Apparently forgetting his vow never to kill again, Abel single-handedly destroys two aerial warships and their crews. At times, the plot seems to be careening along like an unattended grocery cart on a steep hill, but no one can deny Trinity Blood delivers plenty of action. (Rated TV 14, suitable for ages 16 and older: graphic violence, grotesque imagery, nudity, tobacco and alcohol use, offensive religious imagery.) --Charles Solomon
First time I saw the series and I absolutely loved it! Beautiful visuals and amazing music. The story just pulled me right in!Published on March 16, 2013 by Nicole Young
Daughter has been buying loads of anime and manga and is very pleased with all of it.Published on August 13, 2008 by John Gordon