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Vampire Hunter D Volume 4: Tale Of The Dead Town (Anglais) Broché – 6 juin 2006


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When a floating city becomes the target of a rash of vampire attacks, only one man can restore the oasis. "The City," a tiny metropolis of a few hundred sheltered citizens floating serenely on a seemingly random course a few feet above the ground, has long been thought safe from the predation of marauding monsters. It seemed like a paradise. A paradise shattered when an invasion of apparent vampires threatens the small haven. While the Vampire Hunter known only as "D" struggles to exterminate the scourge, a former denizen of the city, the attractive Raleigh Knight, and the brash John M. Brassalli Pluto VIII seize control of the city lurching it onto a new and deadly course. D's travails are just beginning.

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HASH(0x94f8bbe8) étoiles sur 5 Great buy! 4 juin 2014
Par Romy Gutierrez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The series is awesome. Post apocalyptic future with vampires, monsters, flying cities, and death around every corner! The book needs to be better protected to prevent damage. The edges of the book are slightly worn but enough for me to notice. I won't be returning the book, but as a collector the book needs better protection. This is a standard I know Amazon can exceed. I will continue to buy from Amazon but this is an issue I kno can be addressed.
HASH(0x94f8be34) étoiles sur 5 The Dunpeal continues his hunt for prey...... 11 septembre 2014
Par Mayerlinku - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
When vampires attack a floating city, only one man can save paradise.
The City, a tiny metropolis of a few hundred sheltered citizens floating serenely on a seemingly random course a few feet above the ground, has long been thought safe from the predation of marauding monsters. It seems like a paradise.
A paradise shattered when an invasion of apparent vampires threatens the small haven. While the Vampire Hunter known only as "D" struggles to exterminate the scourge, a former denizen of the city, the attractive Lori Knight, and the brash John M. Brasselli Plute VIII seize control of the city, lurching it onto a new and deadly course. D's travails are just beginning.
HASH(0x94f8bdf8) étoiles sur 5 Which makes it feel a bit claustrophobic (this is a good thing for this story) 23 septembre 2014
Par Bad Wolf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This one is a little different from the first 3 books in a number of ways which makes it very interesting. First - it takes place in a floating town so there is no castle, ruins, dessert, forest, or farm for scenes to take place in. Just the town. Which makes it feel a bit claustrophobic (this is a good thing for this story). Second - this is the first book in the series where D seems to remain aloof from everyone during the entire story. In the first three he becomes "fond" of at least one character and actually interested in their well being. This one he seems to remain rather detached from start to finish, only showing passing interest at best. Yet oddly enough, I felt D was almost more emotive in this book than the others. Third - this is the first book where you get a really... let's call him colorful... character in the person of Pluto VIII. His full throttle emotions contrasted with D's stony demeanor really makes things interesting. Not my favorite book thus far (I'm reading them in order), but still very much worth the time and effort.
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HASH(0x969bd33c) étoiles sur 5 A sci-fi western horror 25 mai 2006
Par Sai - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is the first Vampire Hunter D novel I've ever read, but it won't be the last. This book will probably only appeal to a limited number of people, but if you are one of them you will probably end up loving it.

Early on the book's genre-y goodness comes oozing off the page. By page nine, the impossibly beautiful half vampire hero has rode in on his cyborg horse to fight off dragons attacking a motor home. At first I was worried that the book wouldn't be able to continue after such a high-point, but luckily the author has a vast imagination and a lot more ideas to use.

The basic plot is that D is hired by the mayor of a mobile floating city to come and kill a vampire that is hiding somewhere in town. I don't want to say anything more about the plot, one because I don't want to spoil anything and two because it's a bit of a mess. But while it falls apart near the end, the journey along the way is filled with exciting action scenes, a few good moments between D and the minor characters, and bizarre fun stuff that could only happen in this book (i.e. a out of nowhere reveal near the end that a character's actually a cyborg).

The translation reads excellently. There's a nice use of alliteration sprinkled throughout the book, and while it's tiring to hear for a 1000th time just how beautiful D is, Hideyuki Kikuchi goes to great lengths to describe things which helps when the story's placed in such a futuristic/fantastical world.

I had a lot of fun reading this book, more fun than I had in a long time while reading. There were a few instances of swear words, and some gore, so I would recommend this for 13+. I would also recommend it for people who want something a little different from their fantasy or sci-fi books.
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HASH(0x969bd60c) étoiles sur 5 Dead Town Indeed! 5 décembre 2012
Par Yvonne Nicolas (urban fantasy author) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
**Warning! This review contains spoilers**
D finds himself on a drifting town where there is something sinister happening behind the scenes.
Mr. Kikuchi has taken me on a wild adventure with the dangerously beautiful Vampire Hunter D, yet again. This tale read as a mystery story to me. The characters were colorful, and in my case likable. Even D's frenemies (friend-enemy) appealed to my better nature.
John M. Brasselli Pluto VIII was my favorite! I knew there was something off about this guy and that he meant harm to the hero of the story, but I still liked him. I think it was his outspoken, bold personality. For example, he outright told D that his appearance aroused him. Of course the way he said it had a vulgar ring to it. But it amused me. Mr. Pluto VIII had a special ability that even caught D by surprise. That surprise lasted all of a few seconds before D kicked his butt. *grin*
Dr. Tsurugi was the only character I didn't quite get. He seemed incomplete. He was a mystery when the story started and just as much a mystery when the story ended. However, I did like the mention of the characters from the first book. Dear old Dr. Tsurugi fell in love Doris, but she didn't return his sentiments. Why, you ask? She's still in love D. Duh! That explains why the doctor detested D in the beginning, but by the end he realized why she loved him.
Okay, back to the story...
I think the dynamics of the storyline is what appealed to me more. Toward the end all kinds of surprises were brought about. Like the mayor being an android... Never saw that coming. But what was more interesting is his goal for the town, which of course ended in disaster. In some twisted way he had good intentions.
I can't say this is one of my favorite tales from Mr. Kikuchi, but was an enjoyable read still the same. Looking forward to volume 5.
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