Book Reviews of Trinity Blood - Rage Against the Moons Volume 1: From the Empire (Trinity Blood)

Trinity Blood - Rage Against the Moons Volume 1: From the Empire (Trinity Blood)
Trinity Blood - Rage Against the Moons Volume 1 From the Empire - Trinity Blood
Author: Thores Shibamoto, Sunao Yoshida
ISBN-13: 9781598169539
ISBN-10: 159816953X
Publication Date: 4/10/2007
Pages: 219
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.
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4.8 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: TokyoPop
Book Type: Paperback
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Reviewed by Carrie Spellman for TeensReadToo.com

Vampires. Powerful, eternal, virtually indestructible, they are at the highest level of evolution. Aren't they awfully cocky, thinking like that? What if you knew there was something stronger, more powerful, older? What if you were that thing? Well, then you would be AX Special Agent Crusnik. Traveling in the guise of a simple poor priest, which he actually is, Agent Crusnik aids the Vatican in a constant, post-apocalyptic, political battle. Often throwing direct orders out the window, and taking his partners along for the ride, Crusnik battles his enemies to the bitter end. Until the next one appears. Exposing more plots and evils than he expunges, he and the other agents must continue to be a virtually unbeatable force. And that is quite a big shoe to fill.

Don't be put off by the religious references before you read this. This is literally post-apocalypse. Rome is one of the few major powers left, and the Vatican is not at all what you would expect.

Of all of the pop fiction that I've read, which isn't exactly a ton, but is a fair amount, this book comes the closest to anime. So, if you're a fan of anime, this is the book for you.

Amidst the non-stop action, Agent Crusnik is hilariously witty, a little bit bitter, and still manages to remain concerned about everyone else. He's definitely someone I'd want on my side. Just not around all the time, what with the constant death, destruction, and mayhem.

I want more, please. Pleasantly, there are five more stories on the way, as well as DVDs!
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Trinity Blood is an exiting series, full of political intrigue, drama, and comedy. And as a plus, it stands on its own feet compared to other vampire stories out there....
A must read for any vampire fans or fantasy fans