Vampires

There are two kinds of vampires; those who were conceived by two vampires and those who were earlier humans and got bitten by a vampire. The difference between those two is that the first type, known as a pure vampire is usually stronger and it ages for twenty five years, then the process stops and it keeps the young look forever. The second one known as a trans, is slightly weaker, but he never ages.

 

            Vampires are nocturnal creatures, they cannot endure daylight (UV light to be precise). They live in clans or nests which are usually old houses in remote places outside the city or in basements or abandoned buildings in cities.

 

            Vampires have to drink blood to survive. They must supplement certain elements that are in blood itself. They also have several powers:

 

-          They are stronger and faster than humans

 

-          They hardly ever sleep, and if they do it takes weeks or even years.

 

-          They can climb walls

 

-          Some of them can heal instantly

 

            Vampires are vulnerable to several things: they have strong reaction to garlic, as it burns their skin, but only a large amount of that vegetable can kill them.  Dead man’s blood can both injure and kill vampires. If it gets to some major artery or vein the poison will kill the victim instantly. Silver does the same work. The most deadly however is Ultra Violet light that burns their cells leaving only ash.

 

List of vampires from the book.

 

Reiz- one of the most powerful vampires in the world. He is the holder of the first part of the Seal of Solomon.

 

Reviews

2013-10-24 Reviews

Jack Warner

First of all I would like to thank Michael Keyth for giving me opportunity to review his work as the first one. I had a great pleasure to read all five parts before they were published. Here is what I thought. In Book 0 we met six characters that make the team, here in Book 1 we have all these characters working together to complete the Seal of Solomon. There are five parts of the book and each part deals with one piece of the seal. The first one is the longest one because we have this introduction to ASAT, what the group is about what their tasks will be and so on. From the very start we may see several conflicts between characters who are totally different from one another. All the fights are presented in details and there are plot twists all the time. Many a time will you meet something that you didn’t expect, which only adds to the thrill you feel while reading this book. Each part has flashbacks concerning one character. The flashbacks themselves answer a lot of questions and they work like flashbacks in Lost, namely, they make you addicted to the story. To my surprise, the last part is not the best. I found the forth one the most exciting one, which takes part in Attica prison in the USA. What about the ending? There is no way you can predict the ending the story ends in such a point that you have to read Book 2. From what I know Book 2 starts in the point the first one ended, and I hope I would have this great opportunity to read it as a first one, too.  I recommend this book to everyone who love action, fights, paranormalia and of course love stories.   Jack Warner

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