The Vampire Genevieve (Warhammer)

The Vampire Genevieve (Warhammer)

by KimNewman (Author), JackYeovil (Author)

Synopsis

Evil has a new enemy...one of its own. Meet Genevieve Dieudonne. She's beautiful, powerful, resourceful and courageous - and over four hundred years old. In the dark forests and cities of the Warhammer world, she and her unlikely companions battle the forces of evil and insanity. However, the vampire blood running through Genevieve's veins means she must constantly fight the urge to surrender to the evil within her. "The Vampire Genevieve" collects together all the tales of Genevieve and her unlikely companions into one volume. It contains the four fabulous novels "Drachenfels", "Genevieve Undead", "Beasts in Velvet" and "Silver Nails". Jack Yeovil is a pseudonym for popular nevelist Kim Newman. The Genevieve books were first published by Games Workshop in the late 1980s and quickly gained a cult reputation amongst Warhammer and fantasy fans alike. Now all four novels are available in a superb value collected volume.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 768
Edition: paperback / softback
Publisher: Black Library
Published: 20 Oct 2005

ISBN 10: 1844162443
ISBN 13: 9781844162444

Media Reviews
Kim Newman is always a treat - The Guardian Engaging, breathlessly clever - SFX Strong and highly atmospheric fantasy - Starlog Jack Yeovil keeps up the high standard of excitement and entertainment - Enigma Most imaginitive writing; recommended - Interzone Yeovil excels at the macabre and grotesque - rpg.net Yeovil delivers a tale with bite and just a little humour that will keep you gripped from the moment you enter his world until you're spat out breathless and hungry for more at the end - Enigma
Author Bio
Besides his contributions to the Games Workshop Warhammer and Dark Future series, the seldom-seen Jack Yeovil is the author of a single novel, Orgy of the Blood Parasites, and used to fill in occasionally as a film reviewer for Empire and the NME. Kim Newman seems to have Jack under control at the moment, but the stubborn beast flesh occasionally comes creeping back.