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Midnight Blue: The Sonja Blue Collection [Paperback]

Nancy A. Collins , Thom Ang
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April 1995
White Wolf proudly announces the return of Sonja Blue, the powerful and intriguing vampiress chronicled in Sunglasses After Dark and In the Blood. This third novel in the popular series becomes available for the first time in this trade paperback omnibus collection containing all of the award-winning Sonja Blue novels in their entirety.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Vampire Literature I have read so far June 11 2004
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First off let me say this work has absolutely nothing in common with Anne Rice's work! I read all of Anne Rice's vampire chronicals and a couple of extras, like Pandora and Blood and Gold, before I even heard of Sonja Blue and let me tell you, after you read Midnight Blue you will never want to pick up another Vampire novel! This book has no Vampire love, and especially no homo-erotic tones ala Anne Rice. Sonja Blue is the coolest character ever created, hands down. Everyone should read this set of books if you are into horror, Vampires, and aren't easily offended. These books are Gory, explicit, and cool as hell. The only problem I have with this series is that there are only three books. After you read this you will hope for more but, sadly, there isnt. I Give this book 2 thumbs up, 5 Gold Stars, etc.... Pick this one up!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nancy Collins At Her Best Dec 20 2002
For anyone interested in dark fantasy, goth themes, and/or what I'd now call the "Vampire Genre", this book is great! If you have read Nancy Collins before, be forewarned that this is a compilation of three novels: Sunglasses After Dark, In The Blood, and Paint It Black. It's frustrating to invest in a new book, only to discover you've read it before! However! Although this book is actually three separate works, they fit together perfectly. Since the huge response to Anne Rice's Interview With The Vampire, and her subsequent novels, I couldn't get enough of vampire heroes and especially, heroines. Nancy Collins was not only there with a believeable heroine, but one living in the present day. Sonja Blue is tough, vampiric, and very much one to hold a grudge against the Vampire who made her "unlife" what it is today! On a crusade to eliminate the one who took away her human self, she fights a constant battle to hang on to her own humanity. The battle to hang on to her mental equilibrium, and pacify the vampire personality that shares her mind makes her tough but practical, and down to earth, and it's easy to identify with her. The beginning of the book was the only place that might have lost me, and there's my only real critisism. It takes a while to catch on to the plot, but it's worth it to hang in there! Once you get the idea of what's going on, it's smooth reading all the way to the last pages. One of the features that Collins uses in her "darker" reality, is that of creatures such as Ogres, and Werewolves, although it takes a special kind of human, or another "pretender" as she calls it, to know who is human, and what is not. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Look out Buffy, There's a new hunter in town!! Sept. 22 2001
I truely love this book! I gave this book a rating five stars because of how it flow. It is truely original and unique! I expected vampire traditions & cliches like in most books, to my surprise, there were little & it was truely a good read. Sonja battles herself as well as vampires! The Other is an alter ego she battles mentally to remain humanly sane. Her life begins in a whole new journey after her old life dies. Once she was a celebrity daughter of a multi-millionaire Denise Thorne, one horrific night changed her life and started a whole new journey of self discovery! She was not a true vampire she was something else. Wow, I was in disbelief she was something that I would have never thought of. This book was truely a page turner wanting to know what would happen next. I was please to find this book wasn't a typical vampire book cliche. There were some personal things I dislike, like after the vampires die they turn to goo instead of dust, like in Buffy, but that my preference! I'm glad I bought the collection instead of the individual books, because I was truely hungery for more once a book was done. I just keep reading. This book was recommend to me and I would like to recommend this book collection to others. If your a diehard Buffy fan read this book with an open mind or you'll dislike it!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vampire Terminator Aug. 12 2001
If Buffy is the slayer and Anita Blake is the executioner then Sonya Blue is the vampire terminator! You will get that assumption when you finished the unforgettable epic dark fantasy book chronicling the bloody exploits of one Sonya Blue a young woman who once a rich young heiress by the name of Denise Thorne until she was raped and drained of blood by a vicious vampire by the name of Morgan.Now as Sonya blue she hunts down other vampires hoping to find and destroy Morgan.She must also contend with her alter-ego a sadist demon called the Other that shares her mind and who gains pleasures from killing and pain.In the first book:Sunglasses after dark.You first meet Sonya as she escapes from a mental hospitol and battles a sinister lady televangelist who also is a telepath.She tells you in her own words on how she became a vampire and how she decides to hunt other vampires called pretenders and their human psychic slaves called renfields.The second book:In the Blood sonya with the aid of private eye goes after Morgan.This book gives you more of understanding of Sonya and her terrifying world that invisible to normal humans.A world of vampires,demons, werewolves and succubus.The last book:Paint it Black Sonya finally accepts herself as a vampire as she continues her vendatta against Morgan.Collins has introduces us to unforgettable heroine who is witty and sexy,violent and who still holds our sympathies even after she commits shocking deeds.She also gives a some great characters like private eye-Palmer who agrees to help sonya is her battles and soon regrets it.Anise-the doomed vampire/hybrid who used by Morgan is his attempts to create a master race of vampires.Pangloss-the powerful vampire who made Morgan and now seeks to destroy him. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars You won't want to put it down!
I love Nancy A. Collins! ( I just spent $...on one of her out of print books!) I started by picking up the 4th book in her series, not knowing it. Read more
Published on March 11 2003 by "eirenraevall"
5.0 out of 5 stars Whenever i read MB it feels like summer
I brought this book home from the bookstore and immediately started reading it. The cover had really stood out in the bleak, tiny horror section at Borders. Read more
Published on Feb. 22 2003 by "thepoutnymph"
5.0 out of 5 stars De-licious!!
I devoured this book. But I'll be the first to say that it it EXTREMLY graphic, both sexually, and concering violence. Sometimes both combined. But then, I'm an odd duck. Read more
Published on Nov. 21 2002 by Pozzy
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow
That is all i can say about the book is Wow.If you hate it or if you like it.You still are going to say wow.At first i didn't think i would like it. Read more
Published on April 10 2002 by "ladyrebel19"
1.0 out of 5 stars Very disappointing
I can see I'm probably in the minority here among reviewers, but I could not get into this book. The characters seemed very unappealing to me, the plotting weak, and whoever did... Read more
Published on March 29 2002 by Tom Kelly
5.0 out of 5 stars A new twist to an old tale.
Although the vampires of Collins's seem to be traditional, her books are not. Sonja Blue is half-vampire/vampire slayer trying to find the person who made her. Read more
Published on June 26 2001 by Raven Black
5.0 out of 5 stars Sonja rocks!!!
Sonja Blue is a tough, no-nonsense chick. She is a incredibly strong half-vampire--who slays other vampires. Her human side is Denise Thorne, and her demon side is the Other. Read more
Published on May 25 2001 by Ky
5.0 out of 5 stars sonja blue in midnight blue the vampire to read
i have read this book 3x , and i plan to read it many more times. Nancy A. Collins KNOWS HOW TO WRITE THE TRUTH. The book or should i say MS. Read more
Published on April 18 2001
3.0 out of 5 stars Unexpected writing--gory details
Not all vampire fanatics will sink their teeth into Sonja Blue. There isn't any romanticism attached to her lifestyle, there is no secret Brad Pitt with fangs fantasy world. Read more
Published on Jan. 17 2001 by Kat K. Munro
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