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Fiction
Author: Joseph Curtin
ISBN: 0786013095
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Publisher Pinnacle; 1 edition (November 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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Kudos to Joseph Curtin in writing this sexy and gruesome vampire horror novel. Curtin's debut novel is one of the viscerally shocking vampire novel in recent memory as he gives us chilling scenes of Lizabeth's capacity for sadism and evil as she brutally kills her prey. Unlike the Anne Rice books the bloodletting in this novel isn't erotic but gruesome. Chloe is memorable character who seeks to escape from Lizabeth with Johnny Coltrane.

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The moon is old, Qfwfq agreed, pitted with holes, worn out. Rolling naked through the skies, it erodes and loses its flesh like a bone that’s been gnawed. On these nights of low moon, people of a more unstable temperament began to do weird things. There was always a sleepwalker edging along the parapet of a skyscraper with his arms reaching toward the moon, or a werewolf starting to howl in the middle of Times Square, or a pyromaniac setting fire to the dock warehouses.

A legendary vampire known as the Blood Countess journeys from her castle in the Carpathian Mountains to the glitter of the modern-day world of rock music, in search of a beautiful young woman named Chloe who is destined to become her faithful servant, but Chloe is determined to stop the depraved huntress's evil, regardless of the personal cost. Original.
Wyameluna
Kudos to Joseph Curtin in writing this sexy and gruesome vampire horror novel. In this shocker he resurrects Elizabeth Bathory, the true blood countess who murdered countless young women in the 16th century to gain her youth.Elizabeth called Lizabeth is now a vampire in the 20th century and she turns a young woman named Chloe into her vampire servant.They prey upon people until Chloe falls in love with a drummer and all hell breaks loose in this unholy love triangle. Curtin's debut novel
is one of the viscerally shocking vampire novel in recent memory as he gives us chilling scenes of Lizabeth's capacity for sadism and evil as she brutally kills her prey.Unlike the Anne Rice books the bloodletting in this novel isn't erotic but gruesome.Chloe is memorable character who seeks to escape from Lizabeth with Johnny Coltrane the man she falling in love with.
Curtin also gives us some great supporting characters Like Vinnie who is seduced into Lizabeth's web of evil and Dave Hannon, who discovers Lizabeth's terrifying secrets and lives to regret it!Curtin's chilling vampire novel ends with one of the most
memorable final confrontations between Lizabeth and Chloe!So pick up this book and enter Lizabeth's world of terror and desire! Your blood will run cold if it's not drained yet!
Cordann
Lizabet Bazore had been immortal over 400 years. She had been known in history as The Bloody Countess. She had gone underground long ago and awakened in the 1950's. Stumbling upon Chloe Covington, who was suffering from hysterical amnesia, Lizabet made her into her protégée. Even demons required some company since eternity was a long time.
Chloe's mind was a blank before Lizabet. Only Lizabet and the "left-hand path" mattered. But as the 1970's rolled in, Chloe's intelligence and wisdom make her steady, while Lizabet's devil-may-care attitude made her reckless.
It all came to a head when an up-and-coming rock group named GloryDaze entered the picture. Chloe must choose between her Maker and the man she had fallen in love with.
**** Pure horror that hits its readers like a punch in the gut! The only disappointing thing, in my opinion, was pages of background of early victims' lives when their sole purpose in the book was to die within a few pages. I could not help but think the scenes would have been better from one of the two vampires' view point. However, I can honestly and proudly state that this is one awesome read!
Nightscar
Some authors have a knack for telling a great horror story, and Joseph Curtin in Daughters of the Moon does exactly that. Curtin's writing style, well developed and interesting characters, smooth flowing storyline, grabs your attention and takes you on a pure horror ride.
The book revives Elisabeth Bathory, the infamous Blood Countess from 16th century Hungary and places her in the 1970's, eventually taking refuge in the outskirts of downtown Chicago. Lizabeth, as she is now known, takes on a protégé in Chloe Covington, the daughter of a wealthy Tobacco plantation owner from the south. Lizabeth leaves a trail of blood in her quest for money and power, playing on her victims fear, emotion, and guilt.
This book will stay with you for a long time due to the unique characters and personalities of just about everyone in the story as well as the gruesome settings and descriptions of Lizabeth's perversions. Mr. Curtin, take a bow for writing a captivating book and in being able to use all of the elements to keep the reader on edge and wanting more.
BORZOTA
I was lucky enough to receive an advance copy of this book and once I started, I could barely put it down. I finished it in two nights, which is rare for me. The author combines an extensive knowledge of vampire lore with an ear for dialogue and the way people really talk, that is as impressive as anything from Stephen King or Joseph Wambaugh. The story opens in 16th century Transylvania with the capture of Elizabeth Bathory, the notorious Blood Countess of Europe. We fast forward to the 1950's and meet tobacco heiress Chloe Covington. Chloe is suffering from amnesia--a result of witnessing her mother's accidental death at the hands of her father. While travelling to Duke Hospital to find a cure, Chloe and her brother meet up with the Countess, now reborn as one of the living dead. The countess kills her brother and turns Chloe into a vampire, using her as a guide to 20th century America. The author makes another seamless leap into 1974 to kick off Part 2. The two vampires have made there way north into Chicago where they encounter the up-and-coming rock band, GloryDaze. Bathory enchants Vinnie "the razor" Rosario, the band's guitar player and Chloe falls hard for the lead singer, Johnny Coltrane. Caught in the middle is Kenney Brandt, the bass player, watching the madness unfold around him. The combination of rock and roll and vampirism makes for a sexy and stylish thriller that could have easily gotten heavy-handed with a less talented author. I won't reveal the ending, which had me turning the pages as fast as I could, except to say that it left me wanting more from these wildly entertaining characters. I can't wait for the next one.
Weetont
Best. Book. Ever.
Raelin
Joseph Curtin is a very talented writer,beng this his first novel he won me over. This to me is a "miracle" novel. In meaning any book (horror/vampire mostly),gets and keeps my attention from cover to cover is a miracle. The book is pretty graphic in Elisabeth's,Chloe's bloodletting scene's,which for me is my kind of novel. Vampire/Elisabeth fans won't be cheated.