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The Night Club Part I Paperback – December 4, 2010
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About the Author
Jiri Kulhanek is one of the Czech Republic's bestselling science-fiction authors and has written nearly a dozen novels. The Night Club is the first of his books published in English.
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The characters find themselves in situation after situation after situation - most of which are decidedly odd and seem impossible to escape from. The book description does a good job of telling you the basic story line. The action moves back and forth between Prague and the pirate ship. The Club is pretty much wiped out and Tobias finds himself on a pirate ship. There they want to use him for his ability to come back from pretty much anything because he's now a vampire. He's trained by the Madam's right hand guy - who is a basic badass in a small package - and a female vampire who's been in servitude for a long, long time, and has a bad attitude about it. Tobias needs to escape so he can go back and wreak vengence on who ever it was that destroyed the Club and rescue the survivors from their current situations. He's fairly good at the escaping part, but not so much at staying escaped. There's plotting afoot in the background that keeps messing with him. The author spares you absolutely nothing in his descriptions. They are detailed and complete and there are numerous violent episodes - blood, gore, rape, mahem, dismemberments, etc., etc., etc. A lot of "ick" factor. The monsters are truely monsterous - both the ones that aren't human those that are. (And, just as a teaser... the cat is way cool! I'll leave it at that.)
I highly recommend this book as a good solid read. However, be warned - once you start reading your face will be glued to your Kindle until you're done and that's a long time because it's a long book.