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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Clan Novel by Gherbod Fleming. Clan Novel 11 by Gherbod Fleming. John Van Fleet Illustrator. It began with Clan Novel: This book, Clan Novel: Brujah, is the eleventh in a novel series concerning the Kindred — the hugest event ever in the World of Darkness.
Clan Novel: Brujah
From small details to grand spectacles, this epic series of over one million words reveals the secrets of this hidden world through the eyes of individuals on both sides of a great conflict. The c It began with Clan Novel: The continued existence of all Kindred, from the youngest neonate to the eldest Methuselah, hangs in the balance.
Biding his time till now, Theo brumah leads an assault that will complete the partners’ plans.
But the mighty Brujah runs into an enemy event he might be novek of handling — a young Toreador named Leopold. Paperbackpages.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Clan Novelplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Feb 18, Dani rated it it was ok. It’s a fairly good book that’s somewhat introspective, with intrigue, betrayal and all the wobbly throes of intense, back-stabbing vampire politics.
However, the format of the series itself is something I’m not certain if I love or hate. Of course nothing is black and white, yet I see what I feel are great flaws and some advantages to this style. It’s a series that does not belong to one author alone and or one set of characters, but rather what does remain is the hidden inner plot surrounding It’s a fairly good book that’s somewhat introspective, with intrigue, betrayal and all the wobbly throes of intense, back-stabbing vampire politics.
It’s a series that does not belong to one author alone and or one set of characters, but rather what does remain is the hidden inner plot surrounding or even controlling all of these events.
While there are temporary main characters, it’s safe to say never get too attached to them. First of all, the temporary lead characters are just brujab, in the spotlight as long as the appropriate clan book is until the next burjah with sometimes a different author and a possible novle cameo by said characters later if they aren’t dead. Second of all, while I’m not that much of a fan of unrealistically happy tales alternatively I’m not fond of overtly pessimistic, dour stories, which I’ve found is the case a lot of the time in the clan books I’ve read.
But most of all under the surface strengths of roller-coaster horror and interesting chess-like political development, the characters leave something to be desired for me, having an almost latent emptiness and lifelessness that really down-plays the suspenseful parts in conjunction with an infectious pessimism that left me almost apathetic when something tragic happened.
To be fair, I haven’t read the entire clan book series, but I think I’ve read enough to say that I like it, but I don’t see it as the most memorable series, and it’s flaws so far have left me wondering if getting the c,an is something I want to do. Feb 09, Jimyanni rated it really liked it Shelves: In general, I haven’t been much impressed with this series, so it might be construed as “damning with faint praise” to say that this is the best of the series so far, but for what it’s worth, it is.
This is largely due to the fact that the primary character for this book, Brujah Archon Theo Bell, is easily the most interesting, most sympathetic character that we’ve seen in the series.
Granted, we’ve seen him in earlier books, and had a definite impression that he was a likeable character if not In general, I haven’t been much impressed with this series, so it might be construed as “damning with faint praise” to say that this is the best of the series so far, but for what it’s worth, it is.
Granted, we’ve seen brujzh in earlier books, and had a definite impression that he was a likeable character if not one that I’d necessarily want to meet in a dark alley even then. But this book fleshes out the character quite well, and makes him even more worth knowing about in the process. Impressive, considering that I’ve never considered clan Brujah to be my favorite clan. Aug 12, James rated it really liked it. Fun read, and a welcome relief from some of the awkward plotting in previous volumes.
The end of the siege of Baltimore is concluded here.
This one is focused and has some interesting characters, but nothing more to write home about. Jul 12, Eva rated it it was amazing. A great one in the series after a couple of lackluster ones.
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Feb 02, Sarah rated clsn really liked it Shelves: I really liked this installment in the series. Things are certainly coming to head, and I cllan to be honest when a certain someone showed up with a certain something at the end I couldn’t help but cringe. It wasn’t creepy at first but now, after the cave and the Gangrels, it’s gotten really weird.
Not to mention the Malk scrawl. Oct 04, Ripham rated it liked it. Feb 13, Anthony Alessi rated it liked it Shelves: This is a fantastic series if you are a fan or player of the Vampire the Masquerade Table Top game.
I gave it a 3 because Brjah don’t recomend this series to those who are not. Mar 21, Deadwish rated it really liked it Shelves: Takissis rated it really liked it Oct 20, Luke Turpeinen rated it novek was ok Apr 30, Ignacio Orueta rated it liked it Jul 22, TammyJo Eckhart rated it really liked it Jun 10, Jennifer Hutchinson rated it really liked it May 31, Ek rated it really liked it Dec 20, C,an rated it liked it Sep 01, James rated it really liked it Apr 16, Giorgos Papadopoulos rated it really liked it Apr 03, Marleen rated it really liked it Sep 21, Andrea rated it it was ok May 16, Matteo Borile rated it really liked nivel Nov 14, Dimitris rated it really liked it Nov 19, Alice rated it liked it Oct 22, Grunts67 rated it really liked it Dec 29, John rated it liked it Jan 17, Tore rated it liked it Sep 30, Lance Robinson rated it really liked it Aug 25, Evan rated it liked it Dec 25, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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