A quick-paced tale full of action sequences and clipped dialogue, Veit's screenplay is readily accessible and easy to pick up. Both youngaudiences and older readers will be able to identify with the characters and be drawn into the plot. That being said, the screenplay is rifewith vampire clichés and unbelievable feats of strength and skill shownby its main characters. The story, while structured as a classicalscreenplay, could also easily have been transitioned into a full-fledged novel, which would have the potential for snapping up readers who maynot normally enjoy screenplays. There is a good deal of emphasis on plot speed versus character development as well, but regardless: Into the Night
represents a colorful and exciting foray into medieval England populated by blood-thirsty adversaries and indefatigable heroes.
-Red City Review-
About the Author
Jerry J.C. Veit has been writing since his childhood days growing up in Connecticut and then in Wisconsin. He has written over 120 poems and 7 screenplays. He has published a book of poems and plans to do a second volume in the future along with his other screenplays. Besides writing he is also a photographer and has published a book of photographs on the Azores.