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by Nancy A. Collins

Paint It Black download ebook
ISBN:
0450610101
ISBN13:
978-0450610103
Author:
Nancy A. Collins
Publisher:
Hodder & Stoughton General Division (May 18, 1995)
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Pages:
253 pages
ePUB:
1966 kb
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1581 kb
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Genre Fiction
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Rating:
4.9

Originally published in 1995 as part of Midnight Blue: The Sonja Blue Chronicles (White Wolf Publishing).

Originally published in 1995 as part of Midnight Blue: The Sonja Blue Chronicles (White Wolf Publishing). The old derelict clutched an empty vodka bottle in one hand as he muttered aloud to himself. He tilted the bottle back, tonguing the neck for one last drop. His brow furrowed upon realizing it was empty and, in a sudden burst of rage, he shouted an obscenity and hurled the bottle to the curb. The sound it made as in the predawn silence was impressively loud. The old man seemed to find a particular pleasure in his noise-making and continued to do so.

Her voice echoed in his head for several days as he tried to focus his attention on an advert for a beer company. After he'd finished drawing the kangaroo, the clients told him they wanted the kangaroo to be wearing a bush hat because that would somehow 'masculinize' the kangaroo and then no one could accuse them of encouraging pregnant mothers to drink beer

Nancy A. Collins (born September 10, 1959) is a United States horror fiction writer best known for her series of vampire novels featuring her character Sonja Blue. Paint It Black (1995).

Nancy A. Collins (born September 10, 1959) is a United States horror fiction writer best known for her series of vampire novels featuring her character Sonja Blue Nancy A. Collins. 1959-09-10) September 10, 1959 (age 59) McGehee, Arkansas, United States. A Dozen Black Roses White Wolf Pu. 1996, ISBN 978-1-56504-872-0. Fantastic Four: To Free Atlantis (1996).

Books related to Paint It Black. I was very disappointed in the changes made to the electronic version of this book. It really watered down the book making it far less dark than the original. Death and Relaxation. Do yourself a favour and get the print version. by Michael Phillips on November 27, 2015. Collins (born 10 September 1959) is a United States horror fiction writer best known for her series of vampire novels featuring her character Sonja Blue. Collins has also written for comic books, including the Swamp Thing series, Jason Vs. Leatherface, Predator: Hell Come A Walkin and her own one-shot Dhampire: Stillborn. Collins was born in McGehee, Arkansas, United States. Collins has authored more than 20 novels and novellas and numerous short stories. She has also worked on several comic books, including a 2-year run on the Swamp Thing series. She is a recipient of the Bram Stoker Award and the British Fantasy Award, and has been nominated for the Eisner, John W. Campbell Memorial, and International Horror Guild Awards.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. 4 A Dozen Black Roses.

Red Blood, Black Night Vampire and vampire-hunter Sonja Blue has faced many monsters, but none compare to the Other, the demonic alter ego inside her. Now, as her world grows darker still, her vampiric "grandfather" Pangloss returns. Could he show her the way to redemption? Or is he here simply to drive her further into the abyss? About the Author Nancy A. Collins is the author of Sunglasses After Dark , Darkest Heart and Dead Roses for a Blue Lady . She is a past recipient of the Bram Stoker and British Fantasy Iecarus Awards, and a nominee for the 2003 Stoker and International Horror Guild Awards.
Reviews:
  • Gaiauaco
I read and enjoyed this series in its dead-tree form, and I bought the series again, along with most of the short stories to have them on my Kindle. So yeah, you could say I'm a fan.

That said, this revision changed the texture of the story and intent of the plot radically. Ms. Collins has altered Sonja from being an antihero, only slightly better than the Pretenders she feeds upon, and attempts to cast her in a nobler light, defending humanity with a silver switchblade. I'm not sure if this is an attempt to connect with the sparkly-vampire generation, or the author's change in perspective over the past nineteen years. I didn't mind the technology updates, but the characterization changes grate on me.

Having said THAT, it's still a very enjoyable series. If you haven't read the original, go ahead: it's an enjoyable black ride, just not as dark as it was. For my part, though, I'm not going to get rid of my copy of Midnight Blue: The Sonja Blue Collection.
  • blac wolf
I bought the Kindle editions of the first three Sonja Blue novels after I went to look for my compilation and it just fell apart. I hadn't read them in years, and while the story still holds up, the editing of the Kindle edition is just awful. It's like they just took some old Word files and didn't notice they were the version originally submitted and not proof read. Worth getting, but the constant errors kept jarring me out of the story.
  • Coiril
was wondering what was taking so long for the Kindle version to be released.
I think the author did a great work revising this series and made an overall improvement. I didn't really care for the iPhone being mentioned but otherwise totally enjoyed it :)
  • Anarius
LOVE SONJA BLUE!!!
  • Gholbithris
Good story, but would liked to have read it in the original context( the original story was written around 1988).
  • Nilasida
Badass book, naturally.
  • Miromice
Love the story, a little disappointing that the publisher felt it needed to be 'updated' from when it was written to current dates. Spoiled it a bit. But otherwise the same as the hardback and a fine story.
New Orleans sex scene stakeout.

Sonja, with Palmer still around is getting closer to tracking down Morgan, the vampire she would most like to do away with. This supernatural search leads her to the sordid and seedy clubs.

Vampires can control the minds of human, and hence their pleasure centres, making them extremely plaint sex toys as well as prey.

So, much sex and death on the way to a showdown, and hence this novel is a little more twisted than the previous.