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             DARK OF THE SUN
      CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO

Vampire Saint-Germain is also known as Zangi-Ragozh.  He and his friend, Ro-Shei, are in China where Zangi-Ragozh heads a shipping and trading business. 

While these two, along with other merchants, were going about their usual business, little did they know what was about to happen.  Mount Krakatoa had a major eruption.  The island is almost completely destroyed, volcanic ash was everywhere and tidal waves were hitting harbors hundreds of miles away.

Everything turned to devastation.  The volcanic ash was blocking the sunlight.  As a result, it was getting colder.  We can just imagine what would happen with no sunlight.  Crops begin to fail, livestock and people were starving and disease was starting to spread.

Foreigners became a target during these bad times.  Zangi-Ragozh finds his money confiscated and his life at risk.  The only answer for him was to go his homeland - a land we call Transylvania.

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro has written more than twenty books of the life of Vampire Saint-Germain.  This book has to be one of the best.  The novel will captivate you from page one.  It is obvious the author has done much research in writing this book.  The author does an excellent job of making the reader feel the friendship between Zangi-Ragozh and Ro-Shei.  This is an entertaining book to read and one that is highly recommended.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

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