The Last Vampire
Simon and Schuster, 20. okt. 2001 - 320 sider
“Bloody, lush, and gripping” (Publishers Weekly), the eternal story continues in this bestselling sequel to Whitley Strieber’s horror classic, The Hunger.
Miriam Blaylock knows the secrets of civilization, the mysteries of life—and the agony of undeath. For centuries, she has traveled the world undetected. Until now. Interpol agent Paul Ward has cleansed continents of vampires, orchestrated the extermination of an ancient lair, and obtained their sacred Book of Names. He knows where they hide. He knows when they feast. And he knows their weaknesses. But he has a weakness of his own: Miriam.
Cunning and elusive, she has escaped his complex network of hunters for years. Toxic and seductive, she has become his obsession. Now, predator is about to become prey. Killer to become lover. Good and evil will become inexorably entwined as the endgame begins for the last vampire.
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Chapter Twelve Sourball Express
Chapter Thirteen All Through the Night
Chapter Fourteen The Veils
Chapter Fifteen Scorpion Dance
Chapter Sixteen Demon Lovers
Chapter Seventeen Blood Child
Chapter Eighteen Careless Love
Chapter Nineteen Trapped
Chapter Nine Lady of the Knife
Chapter Ten The Traveler
Chapter Eleven Queen of the Night
Chapter Twenty The Love Child
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Side 112 - I came here, who was as slick as a cueball — not a hair on her from the top of her head to the tips of her toes.
Side 235 - All through the night. Soft the drowsy hours are creeping, Hill and vale in slumber steeping, I, my loving vigil keeping, All through the night. While the moon her watch is keeping, All through the night; While the weary world is sleeping, All through the night.
Side 255 - I'm in love I'm in love I'm in love I'm in love with a wonderful guy!
Side 31 - She took his chin in her hand and turned his face to hers. She looked into his eyes, looked deep. What did the gleam in those human eyes mean? She always wondered that, right before she fed. "Kiss me,
Side 220 - She reached over, touched the back of his hand with the tips of her fingers.
Side 126 - For a moment she did not know what it was. But then she saw a Keeper, dressed all in black, standing not fifty feet away from her.