The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles Paperback – Feb 28 2012
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About the Author
Andy Remic is a British writer with a love of ancient warfare, mountain climbing and sword fighting. Once a member of the Army of Iron, he has since retired from a savage world of blood-oil magick and gnashing vachines, and works as an underworld smuggler of rare dog-gems in the seedy districts of Falanor. In his spare time, he writes out his fantastical adventures. The author lives in Lincolnshire, England.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Once, several hundrrd pages on, one finnally accepts this is not a book by Gemmel and one frees itself from that " wish", the book gets better, as does the plot ( quite interesting in fact ) and one starts to enjoy Remic.
Give it a try. Far from the best out there, but a worthy writer and a worthy tale. And it gets better as the story develops.
I am sure some fine novel will come out of Remick
It was a great plan, and you have a good voice.
The fact that I loved Druss, and knew exactly where you came from, it helped.
Your vachine is also rather novel and new, and I loved the concept.
You changed the plot and characters on me four times in the first quarter of the book.
How does your Sieben bounce from a lackwit, to hero to lackwit?
How does your Druss character fight like a fury, then lose all sense, then he is a dynamo, then he is helpless?
You cannot do this, mate.
Pick your story, tell your story, done.
If you rewrite it, I will be willing to re-buy and read it.
As it is, I am not willing to recommend it to anyone.
Having said that,...the story and characters are awesome and this is a really good book. Just don't like the SCIFI version of Vampires with their internal clockwork, gears etc. I'll return to my traditional horror and leave this version of Vampires to those of you who want to go off the deep end. If you love Vampire horror along the lines of 30 Days Of Night,...I suggest to search for Dan Wellington. The best Vampire horror I've read so far,...and this includes Salem's Lot.