REVIEW ô Dhampir By Barb Hendee

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REVIEW ô Dhampir By Barb Hendee Á She hunts the realm’s most dangerous gameHer fees are exorbitantShe’s worth every coin she receivesOr is sheMagiere has earned a reputation as the most formidable vampire slayer in the land Villagers far and wide welcome her with both awe and disdain — grateful to her for ridding their towns of the undead menaShe hunts the realm’s most dangerous gameHer fees are exorbitantShe’s worth every coin she receivesOr is sheMagiere has earned a reputation as the most formidable vampire slayer in the land Villagers far and wide welcome her with both awe and disdain grateful to her for ridding their towns of the undead menace b. This isn't great literature It doesn't claim to be It's pure unadulterated open and proud brain candy I enjoyed itThere were a few times that it got too drawn outby the last confrontation I was than ready for it to finish up Andit hit another one of my pet peeves the vampires are somewhat twisted from traditional vampsbut not too much or badly done At least the vamps here aren't cute cuddly lonely romantic blood suckersand they don't sparkle Also to actually have a Dhampir you have to re write the legend a bit I mean after all a vampire is physically a dead body Confession time while I haven't used the word dhampir in my writing I have used a version of the idea not handled this way or a dhampir in this book's sense but a version of it So I've seen worse ways of handling it than was done here and I suppose better LOLOver all I enjoyed this book and plan to run the next book in the series down For fantasy fans for horror fans even for vampire fans this will probably be a good read Recommended Update I originally wrote this review in 2010 then went out and bought the rest of the series I have yet to read themSo many books so little time is a true saying

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Ut finding themselves made poorer for their salvation Magiere knows she’s dealing with simple folk who only wish to have their superstitions silenced and sees nothing wrong with exploiting them for profitNow tired of the game Magiere and her partner the half elf Leesil are ready to hang up their weapons and settle d. The Hendees husband and wife team pair up to writethis Buffy meets Lord of the Rings series that is very addictive The series is not finished yet which is the downside but the good news is that they have 4 books out enough to get on a roll The series is about ahalf vampire half human woman who starts out as a thief but finds out she has special talents Pretty fun and fast read Individual titles are Dhampir Thief of Lives Sister of the Dead Traitor to the Blood

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Dhampir By Barb HendOwn in a place they can finally call home But their newfound peace will not last for Magiere has come to the attention of a trio of powerful and dangerous vampires who know her true identity and fear the birthright that flows through her veins And they will stop at nothing to keep Magiere from fulfilling her desti. Leesil and Magiere have a pretty good con game going on he pretends to be a vampire she pretends to slay him and thus they bilk innocent villagers out of their hard earned cash But Magiere has tired of this life and when she decides to buy an inn and retire a mysterious old man shows up insisting that she is a dhampir or half vampire half human and the perfect vampire hunter Thus begins one of the interesting vampire series I have read lately Barb and JC Hendee's The Noble Dead The Hendees have created an imaginary world with a pre modern Eastern European feel which only grows complex as the series goes on Even impressive than their world building however is the care with which they have crafted their characters who have realistic strengths and flaws and whose backstories are gradually revealed throughout the series The vampires though clearly villains are not two dimensional caricatures and even Chap the dog has a backstory of his own There's plenty of action here which doesn't get in the way of character development and the first book does a nice job of balancing tied up loose ends with the hint of things to come I recommend this book and this whole series for those looking for a new take on imaginary world fantasy or a different kind of vampire tale