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eBook Van Helsing: The Novel (Van Helsing) epub
  • ISBN: 000718185X
  • Author: Kevin Ryan
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Entertainment; paperback / softback edition (2004)
  • Pages: 261 pages
  • ePUB size: 1375 kb
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I did however like some things about the book such as how the author wrote flashbacks which made you futher understand the complex feelings of the characters later in the story.

I did however like some things about the book such as how the author wrote flashbacks which made you futher understand the complex feelings of the characters later in the story.

Within this novel, Van Helsing makes a life of chasing monsters. The story is still almost catastrophically dumb, but Kevin Ryan's prose was engaging and made the silly story still a fair amount of fun to read. Anything from werewolves to vampires. Van Helsing is a mysterious character even to himself. Recommended if you can tune out the plot and character inconsistencies and just enjoy the writing.

In his ongoing battle to rid the earth of these fiendish beings, Van Helsing must now travel to Transylvania to bring down the lethally seductive, enigmatically powerful Count Dracula, and joins forces with the fearless Anna Valerious, . .

In his ongoing battle to rid the earth of these fiendish beings, Van Helsing must now travel to Transylvania to bring down the lethally seductive, enigmatically powerful Count Dracula, and joins forces with the fearless Anna Valerious, a woman out to rid her family of a generations-old curse by defeating the vampire. Yes, thank yo. "Gerald, we will take it in the library. Victor led the count to the comfortable chairs in front of the fire, where they were surrounded by his family's many books. My arrival is clearly a surprise to you. I apologize for that and for the lateness of the hour.

Kevin Ryan is founding Diector of the Center for the Advancement of Ethics and Character at Boston University. Библиографические данные. Van Helsing: A Novel.

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Van Helsing an Action-Packed Vampire Hunt. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. van Helsing is the best book a vampire-hunter fan could read! I personally enjoyed every word of this book and I am extatic that such a book was published! If you love reading about vampires and the gallant people who hunt them then it is a requirement that you read this book! We are the Last Defense against Evil.

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Van Helsing: The Novel. Written by. Kevin Ryan. My Library-R (128 items) list by Michael S. Published 5 years, 5 months ago. View all Van Helsing: The Novel lists. Manufacturer: HarperCollins Entertainment Release date: 4 May 2004 ISBN-10 : 000718185X ISBN-13: 9780007181858.

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Comments: (7)
thrust
I enjoyed the filler about Anna and her family and the werewolf, what was missing was the backstory on Van Helsing. I found out nothing more about his past then I did in the movie. So he killed Dracula and cut off his finger and took his ring? Oh and this was before VH killed Dracula. I was hoping to find out the relationship between VH and Dracula and what precipitated VH loss of memory and his connection to the Vampire king, but aside from some background infor regarding anna as a child the most important story was still missing.
Coiril
Well, I'll have to agree with most people; the book was better than the movie over all. The storyline was far improved compared to the movie, but that's to be expected simply because it's a book.

My main dislike for the book came from some of the technical errors in the details and the writing of the book. Such as, I counted a few typos and being as this is a book based on the movie, the details should stick to the movie. Granted, I can understand if you want to change some details about the character for the purpose of extending the plot, but this was not the case. In the book there are small alterations that don't do anything for the story except to annoy and confuse the fans of the movie. An example of this would be that in the book, Dracula has a finger missing, however it's quite clear in the movie that he definately has all of his fingers.

I did however like some things about the book such as how the author wrote flashbacks which made you futher understand the complex feelings of the characters later in the story. The character development was definately improved compared to the movie as well as the character backround. I enjoyed how the characters of Victor Frankinstein and his "monster" were played out far more so in the book than in the movie as well.

Overall, I liked the book, but it could have been much better had all of the details and technical aspects lined up correctly.
Skiletus
I chose this rating because of how the author kept me on my toes during the entire time I was reading getting me anxious to find out what would happen in the next chapter. I especially liked this book because it talked a lot about how God chose to make our world and how he lets things happen for a reason. It also had a lot of action and excitement in it, but the main reason why I liked this book is because of the entire thing with how a man who has no memory of his past and who thinks that he has to fight or kill demons to regain his memory thanks to a priest, goes to Transylvania to protect a woman and help her kill Count Dracula to try to regain his memory and falls in love with her. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good romance, thriller, werewolf and vampire story.
Cordabor
Good as movie
Arador
enjoyable but left feeling like I wanted more background information on the character
Pedora
It's awesome
Liarienen
Great plot and characters and very descriptive. This is a great movie tie in book. Makes movie experience better. Thank
Was fun to read after watching the movie and followed the movie prety well. Played a The Cd while I read. FunThe seller and amazon got both here quickly in good condition
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