Book Reviews of The Vampire de Sade

The Vampire de Sade
The Vampire de Sade
Author: Mary Ann Mitchell
ISBN-13: 9780843954173
ISBN-10: 0843954175
Publication Date: 9/7/2004
Pages: 337
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I found this story relatively bland. Once all the characters were set, you knew where the story was going. I still love the De Sade Saga.
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good plot and very seductive read
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Meh.. Cool idea, story could have been better.
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Couldn't finish it. Did not enjoy it at all.
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Master vampire preys on humans to quench his thirst for centuries, now travels to a different city (New Orleans) to seek new flesh and fresh blood.
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Another book in Mary Ann Mitchell's Marquis de Sade series. As arrogant and nasty as ever, de Sade is back! An excellent book.
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FROM THE PUBLISHER
The debauchery and brutal perversions of the Marquis de Sade were notorious in his own lifetime. But even death could not stop his twisted passions, his search for pain and pleasure. Death only gave the Marquis more power. He lives to this day, as master vampire, preying on humans to quench his thirst, to appease his lust.
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from the back cover:

The debauchery and brutal perversions of the Marquis de Sade were notorious in his own lifetime. But even death could not stop his twisted passions, his search for pain and pleasure. Death only gave the Marquis more power. He lives to this day, a master vampire, preying on humans to quench his thirst, to appease his lust.

For centeries Sade has thrived in the darkest netherworlds of New York and Paris, but now he has traveled to a different city, to seek new flesh and fresh blood, He has come to New Orleans, legendary city of excess and abandon. But he will soon discover that he is not the only creature of the night in this town. For New Orleans is also the home of voodoo-and of the Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau. Could her powers even mightier than Sade's?
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Never read this book. Received it in a pack of horror books as a well intentioned gift but I'm not too into horror. Looks like a good one if you're into vampire horror though!