I, Strahd has ratings and reviews. Edmund said: This book should be called, What if Dracula won and was a Total Badass! What I learned from t. Read I, Strahd: The Memoirs of a Vampire (Ravenloft #7) online free from your iPhone, iPad, android, Pc, Mobile. I, Strahd: The Memoirs of a Vampire is a. To win the hand of the beautiful Tatyana, Strahd Von Zarovich, the ruthless leader of the darklords, will do anything, even enter a pact with Death that must be.

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I actually have the first 20 or so pages memorized I have read this so much. A Vampire strabd much in the style of Dracula, with the wolves, bats, and mist.

The moment when it becomes clear just how Strahd’s curse is going to work.

Ravenloft 1 – 10 of 23 books. The novel is clumsily written, filled with poor word choices and laughable lines. By far one of my favorite books. Still, it was well written and worth reading for fun. Jan 11, Peter Greenwell rated it it was amazing Shelves: Especially if you are a fan of villainy, of vampires, or of any other words vxmpire start with v.

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Which scene was your favorite? The first third was apprehensive reading but once past that section, I could not stop. Oct 25, Bradley rated it it was amazing Shelves: Being in the middle of the series, I was memoirw that it wouldn’t work as a stand alone, but it did for me at any rate.


I was not expecting to like this book as much as I did. But I don’t cower in fear from them either, like your garden variety pious person. Then the back ground itself is really plain and kind of boring. They do not speak of their secrets.

In fact, I can pretty much sum up the writing with one line: This is the memoirs of Count Stradh who has spent most of his life as a solider, fine tuned to the act of bloodshed and betrayal.

I might be a touch generous with vamlire book.

No, but it wasn’t strhad either. The Memoirs of a Vampire Ravenloft 7 by P. It just seems like a bunch of episodes strung together. Nice job of blending history in with our own world and the paranormal. His character is basically the same throughout the whole book, no development. As you can tell by my writing prowess, I didn’t get that English degree for nothing!

Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. See 1 question about I, Strahd…. They are re-releasing the Ravenloft books? As a youngster I read Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Also, this is book one about Strahd.

I can’t tell if it is because there simply isn’t a history written about him or if the author was told not to go into detail about that because it was technically not her character to do so. I, Strahd is a fantasy horror novel by P.

I, Strahd: The Memoirs of a Vampire

Terror of Lord Soth, Book 1 By: There was a character I really enjoyed who appeared in the campaign we played that died incredibly fast. Strahd standing there does look silly, but it is a pretty good pose. I think the problem I have with q book is how basic it is. Yes, this is it.


The Memoirs of a Vampire (I, Strahd) by P N Elrod

By returning to Stoker’s original storytelling structure – a series of letters and journal entries voiced by Jonathan Harker, Dr. He turned to the first page and read: Seems like handy background material for anyone getting set to run the game, though. Sep 30, Raye rated it it was ok Shelves: The Memoirs of a Vampire was re-released in and published by Wizards of the Coast. There is no depth, no background, no ‘history’. The narrator does an excellent job taking you back hundreds of years to hear the story, kinda gives you the same feel as “Interview with the Vampire” from Anne Rice.

I thought she loved Sergei…at least, I think she did…. The writing is poor and there are large chunks of the book which are just dull. I found it rather interesting how in the Ravenloft series each book is written by a different author.

I took one of her hands, and she straightened how like a tall flower she was, and with a bow, lightly kissed her fingertips. The entire book was excellent, no one scene was the “everything” scene and all downhill after that.