Clan Novel has ratings and 17 reviews. Travis Wedeking said: This review assumes the person has read the first book. Starting off a few days before. Clan Novel 2: Tzimisce – the Doorway into Depravity For hundreds of years Camarilla vampires have preserved the Masquerade – an intricate. Tzimisce (Vampire The Masquerade: Clan Novels) by Eric Griffin – book cover, description, publication history.
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Continuing to build on top of the chaos that ensued from the last book, this one focuses on giving us a look at the enemy of the Camarilla, the Sabbat.
There’s gore, certainly, which should be ex This book was going to be a challenge for tzimidce to write — the Tzimisce are by definition inhuman, difficult if not impossible to understand, and horrifically sadistic. Oct 31, Travis Wedeking rated it really liked it.
Tzimisce (Vampire The Masquerade : Clan Novels) by Eric Griffin
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The level of violence in clsn novel is greater than the last. No trivia or quizzes yet. This review assumes the person has read the first book. But be assured, this one is very well among my favorites now. Blood, blood and more blood.
Clan Novel: Tzimisce by Eric Griffin
The story flowed, we touched base briefly with some characters from the last book, and we get to know the perspective of the attackers concerning the raid on the Camarilla. Sascha Vykos is my absolute favorite. I understand the thought that maybe broadening the narrative perspective allows the read to know more, but I would argue it lets you know less.
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Michelle In Libris Veritas rated it really liked it Apr 12, War ghouls, several great feet tall. With the exception to Vykos and a certain character returning from last book, I felt like the characters were mostly flat and caricature-like.
I wouldn’t recommend it people who are quick readers, since it was actually extremely difficult to rush through the book. To view it, click here. It’s a well written, if mildly disturbing volume in the series. Stephen Montgomery rated it really liked it Dec 12, It does a good job of showing us what the Sabbat had been re-envisioned as in Revised.
It happened to me at least. I’ve found one appraisable idea in the whole book, so I give two stars. On top of that, we learn more of the people at power on the Camarilla side too, witnessing some unions happening right there on the battlefield, for the need to survive is far greater than the hate one might feel for the other.
Axel Cuevas rated it really liked it Dec 13, I didn’t really find it all that disturbing, to be honest, as the people who engage as well as the victims in this level of violence are very caricature-like and thus I wasn’t motivated to care. And guts, and flesh and disgusting other human and inhuman parts.
Clan Novel: Tzimisce
There are a couple of times we get to see Vicissitude “magic” in action, or, at least, the aftermath of it. We read the thoughts of multiple people in the room, but not consistently at all. This wasn’t a bad This is a clan novel from White Wolf’s popular vampire gaming system.
Wes rated it liked it Feb 19, Aug 01, Lindsey marked it as on-hold Shelves: She kind of reminds me of one of my really good friends in the way where she’s always joking around and when she’s serious, she’s really scary. Books by Eric Griffin.
And all that nightmare slowly engulfed tzumisce the flames, flames that cleanse the city of this carnage. Noovel never strays far from my side these nights. Amidst it all stands Sasha Vykos, one of the most powerful Tzimisce still alive, her shape barely human by her own will. Starting off a few days before the “Summer Solstice Party” thrown by Victoria Ash, the plot delves into the Sabbat a powerful sect that would rather enslave humanity than live in its shadows side of events.
A suggestion to make this tzinisce of thing work, though, would have been to focus on a vampire in the room with the ability to read minds such as one with high level Auspex In sum, this was an easy read and much more polished than the last book. It is altogether too much to hope for. Jan 31, Suellen rated it liked it. A major improvement was that, unlike the last book, there were no “tangent” perspectives that added nothing to the established plot i.
This is a clan novel from White Wolf’s popular vampire gaming system. Toreador “TM”; a novel series concerning the Kindred. But in every instance you always find out.
A war along the American East Coast erupts as the Sabbat launches relentless attacks against Camarilla-held cities”. I was a little bit disappointed that we don’t get a chance to delve into her backstory when she was a castrati hebut honestly you know you’re in for an interesting read when you see Vykos on the first page. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. One passing thought from a plethora of characters in a room is less informative than a single person observing all these people and forming his own thoughts.
Tzimisce introduces the Sabbat side of the conflict through Sascha Vykos, a depraved and incredibly powerful night-predator.