Brothers to the Death by Darren Shan

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Shan never fails to give us the best, goriest and most horrifying adventures, and this prequel series is no exception.
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Synopsis

After years of wandering, Larten has finally found his way back to his vampire family and resumed the vigorous, brutal training to become a General. But there are vampires determined to pull Larten into starting a war that could have global implications and casualties. Vampires who will stop at nothing. Vampires who would betray Larten in the most cutting way.
 

About Darren Shan

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Darren Shan is a New York Times bestselling author whose novels have sold over 15 million copies worldwide. Darren is currently working on The Saga of Larten Crepsley, the much-anticipated prequel to Cirque Du Freak. Birth of a Killer, the first book in this quartet about the master vampire, will be available in October 2010. Darren lives in Ireland, where he writes and collects art, comics, and film.
 
Published May 15, 2012 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. 246 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Teen Reads

Excellent
Reviewed by Sally Tibbetts on Jun 28 2012

Shan never fails to give us the best, goriest and most horrifying adventures, and this prequel series is no exception.

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Good
Reviewed by Darren on May 07 2012

Larten is the ultimate anti-hero, deeply flawed and carrying some rather despicable baggage from his long life, but Shan manages to create an emotional bond in his readers that have them pitying him rather than condemning him.

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