George R. R. Martin's Fevre Dream #3

    George R. R. Martin's Fevre Dream » George R. R. Martin's Fevre Dream #3 released by Avatar Press on June 1, 2010.

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    The ten-issue vampire epic on the bayou from the writer of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels continues in issue three! From the New York Times Best-selling author, George R. R. Martin, comes a tale of vampire clans, death and debauchery, legendary blood masters, and even a few epic steamboat races on the muddy Mississippi. This is Martin's FEVRE DREAM, an antebellum story of power, loss, and the fever of bloodlust. Abner is hearing strange rumors about his partner, and it's getting harder for him to defend Joshua after some of the things he's seen himself. It's one thing to have odd sleeping habits -- but to *never* leave his cabin during the day? Marsh made a promise not to push for answers... but when he goes looking, anyway, what he finds is only going to leave him with more bone-chilling questions! And the dangerous Damon Julian continues to maneuver his brood like chess pieces on a board, but what game is he really playing, and how high are the stakes? Each issue of this stunning full-color epic is illustrated by Rafa Lopez, an artist whose skilled line captures every moonlit drop of blood in delicious detail. Adapted by the Hugo-nominated author Daniel Abraham, this version of FEVRE DREAM stays faithful to Martin's original dark vision, while bringing the torture and joy of his vampires to almost-human life. This haunting series is available with regular cover by Felipe Massafera.



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    Twists and surprises, but vampire mystery lacks `bite`... 0

    I was nearly giving up on this series, but something is keeping me reading. True, this third installment was a little more interesting. At least they`ve stopped all that blah, blah about racing steamboats... This issue was a little darker, Abner`s investigation of Joshua`s cabin and Joshua `coming clean` so to speak, was interesting. At last we had it out in the open - Joshua York is hunting vampires, and the boat `Fevre Dream` is his fortress in his campaign against nosferatu! That in itself wa...

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