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Vampire Mountain: Book 4 in the Saga of Darren Shan (Cirque Du Freak: Saga of Darren Shan #04)by Darren Shan
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In the fourth book of the bestselling Cirque Du Freak series, Darren Shan and Mr. Crepsley embark on a dangerous trek to the very heart of the vampire world.
But they face more than the cold on Vampire Mountain — the vampaneze have been there before them.
Will a meeting with the Vampire Princes restore Darren's human side, or turn him further toward the darkness? Only one thing is certain — Darren's initiation into the vampire clan is more deadly than he can ever have imagined.
"[Tunnels of Blood and Vampire Mountain] combine suspense with gory yet fascinating detail, occasional pathos, and even a bit of humor. The cliffhanging ending promises more to come. Two thumping good reads for fans." Booklist
"The premise has long lost whatever freshness it once had, and cocky, self-centered Darren is neither interesting nor likable enough to make anyone really care. Utter dreck; even the most devoted fans of the series will feel cheated." Kirkus Reviews
"This vampire story is not gory and has some interesting mythology....I would recommend having the whole series — my students will not be happy without having the rest of the story to finish." KLIATT
"A perfect book for reluctant middle school readers. For those fans of Buffy and Angel, here is another book to satisfy their vampiric tastes." VOYA
About the Author
Darren Shan was born in London but at an early age he moved to Limerick, Ireland, with his parents and younger brother. He grew up watching old Dracula horror movies and reading spooky comics, which were the inspirations for this series. Vampire Mountain is his fourth novel in The Saga of Darren Shan.
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