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The Cries Of Vampira by [Robertson, Sean H.]
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The Midwest Book Review of The Cries Of Vampira:

The author definitely shows the two sides in this story. At times it is graphic, bloody, harsh, but yet somehow it is brought all together to show the reader the bottom line. Well done and certainly written with hope for a better tomorrow.

Shirley Johnson
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100% of all of the Amazon publisher & author royalties received from the download of all Sean H. Robertson ebooks automatically go to Variety Detroit the children's charity located in Michigan. 

Product Details

  • File Size: 805 KB
  • Print Length: 181 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: 313Wood, LLC (April 30, 2012)
  • Publication Date: April 30, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007Z9DE4S
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By John Green, NCGBT VINE VOICE on November 17, 2010
Format: Paperback
Vampires and werewolves. Once two of the scariest SOBs in folklore they've long since been reduced to emo boys and girls not wanting to turn sparkly or fluffy when they get stressed yet hope to find a nice human to cuddle with. In all honestly, I'd take all of that over the big steaming pile called 'The Cries of Vampira: The Horror of Gaad Grey, The Evil Alpha Werewolf- Vol. 1.' Read that title again, cuz it's a big ol' hint to the type of story you're gonna get.

In Dark Ages Scotland, King George Robertson- who's also a vampire- leads his vampire followers in an ages-old struggle against the hordes of Grey Wolves under the command of Gaal, their alpha. Queen Grace has borne the king triplets and he rides out with his brother and an escort only to be ambushed by Gaal and his forces, including Gaal's wife and their young son, Gaad. The Vampirian contingent is massacred, yet even as King George lies dying he manages to decapitate the wolf couple with one mighty blow, leaving Gaad to rule the wolves under the tutelage of their paternal god Loki, who's locked in celestial struggle with his nemesis, Great I AM (sic), father of the vampire race. Fast forward seventeen years to the day and in the wake of Loki's passing Gaad- now the Evil Alpha Werewolf- is ready to launch a massive assault against Vampira. But the plucky young trio of royal vampires Kristen, Kylie and Kolbe are such peaceniks they can't abide their assassin training even though it's in defense of the realm. So after a Royal Wedding and a quickie with her One True Love- who's a sheepherder- Crown Princess Kristen sneaks out of the castle in the hopes of personally negotiating a peace treaty with Gaad, who's been stringing along some rich bimbo for the money to perform werewolf rescues when he decides to...
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First of all, thanks to the author for the free copy of the saga, because I can promise you that I would never, under any circumstances conceivable, have paid money for this book. It's supposed to be YA - and I promise that the YA's that this (supposedly) is written for are all morons.

Somehow, Mr. Robertson takes what should be a breathtaking, interesting set of historically accurate books and made them both banal and boring. These vampires have got to be the most uninteresting, 2 and sometimes uni dimensional characters ever to be trivialized in such a fashion. Princess Kristen is a tough, smart assassin - until she isn't, which happens pretty fast (she gets captured and has to be rescued. YAWN). Prince Kolbe, one of her triplet sibs, is, well, dumb as a box of rocks, although he supposedly is one hunka-hunka well-polished manhood. Princess Kylie is the Eternally Needing Rescue "heroine". Standard swords 'n sorcery fantasy plotline #3.

This is a pretty ambitious undertaking, and I applaud Mr. Robertson for having done so. Unfortunately, his ambition doesn't rise to the challenge, and neither does his writing.

Plot: There's a feud going on between the utterly GOOD vampires and the utterly EVIL werewolves. Werewolves kill King George, who beheads them as he lies dying - and that's a plot point that really bothered me. If there's that sort of blood feud going on, where were the magical wards on the castle and the grounds? Along towards the end, we find that Evil Loki, who has been kicked out of (I presume) Heaven is the one that's been stirring up all the trouble - because (wait for it) the werewolves are his CHILDREN. Kinda like dark angels but with fangs and bad attitudes.
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On August 15, 1130, in Vampira, Scotland, on the Dunalastair Castle grounds, King George Robertson and his brother, Prince Shannon, enjoy a midnight ride on their horses. They are vampires and George congratulates Shannon on the birth of his triplets: Kristin, Kylie, and Kolbe. A legion of werewolves lead by Grey Wolves Gaal Grey and his wife, Gomer, surround the king and prince. Gaad Grey, the ten year old son of Gaal Grey, watches as Gaal and Gomer Grey attack George and Shannon. Though they fight valiantly, killing many of the werewolves, they are vastly outnumbered. With Shannon already dead, and George mortally wondered, with the last of his strength he swings his Silo Sword and lops off the heads of Gaal and Gomer Grey. Loki appears out of the darkness and takes Gaal Grey away to raise him.

On August 15, 1147, seventeen years later, Princess Kristin is heir to the Vampira throne. She and her sister, Princess Kylie, have been trained to be fighters and leaders of the vampires. They learn that Gaad Grey has 70,000 werewolves and that he plans on attacking the castle that evening. Kylie, being a pacifist, decides to approach Gaad Grey and see if there can be peace between their races. Gaad Grey beats her fiercely and takes her captive. He sends word to the Dunalastair Castle that he has apprehended her.

Kristin, confident in her training, sets out to rescue her sister. Meanwhile, Prince Kolbe is only interested in getting drunk and having sex. He has no ambition to rule over his people or be a leader of any kind. He is content to spent his life being the drunken playboy he has become.

Little does Kolbe know that he has lost both of his sisters to Gaad Grey and that an army of werewolves are on the way to Dunalastair Castle to kill him also.
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