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Ravnos (Vampire: The Masquerade - Clan Novel)

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Product description

A dark fantasy novel, the eighth book in the thirteen-part Clan Novel series from White Wolf Publishing's Vampire: The Masquerade; based on the popular role play game.

From the back cover: "Enter knave, smiling

Khalil Ravana has always been a lightweight, a drifter,a thief with no status and no power... until now. Chance saved him from a storm in Calcutta that annihilated his clan, and now chance has placed him in the center of another storm - this one in New York City, near the deadly Kindred battles for possession of the Eastern United States. It's also ground zero for Leopold, a Toreador who mysteriously possesses great powers -even without the Eye of Hazimel.

For once, Khalil's sticky fingers give him the upper hand. Armed with secrets, a hidden ally, a burning thirst for revenge, and a hostage he saves from death, this Romi is going to take everyone else in New York City - Camarilla and Sabbat alike - for all he can get, including the blood of his elders.

Problem is, nobody likes a Ravnos. Especially when they learn Khalil's the only one.

This series is a monumental, 13-novel exploration of the forbidden world of the Kindred. What began in Clan Novel: Toreador continues here, and its ending will determine the fate of every human - and inhuman - being in the world."

Condition is good, with some discolouration and the spine slightly sun-bleached, but a very good binding; looks possibly unread.

Item details

Author(s):
Kathleen Ryan
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2000, second printing
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1565048083
ISBN-13:
9781565048089
Number of pages:
265
Publisher:
White Wolf Publishing,U.S.

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A dark fantasy novel, the eighth book in the thirteen-part Clan Novel series from White Wolf Publishing's Vampire: The Masquerade; based on the popular role play game.

From the back cover: "Enter knave, smiling

Khalil Ravana has always been a lightweight, a drifter,a thief with no status and no power... until now. Chance saved him from a storm in Calcutta that annihilated his clan, and now chance has placed him in the center of another storm - this one in New York City, near the deadly Kindred battles for possession of the Eastern United States. It's also ground zero for Leopold, a Toreador who mysteriously possesses great powers -even without the Eye of Hazimel.

For once, Khalil's sticky fingers give him the upper hand. Armed with secrets, a hidden ally, a burning thirst for revenge, and a hostage he saves from death, this Romi is going to take everyone else in New York City - Camarilla and Sabbat alike - for all he can get, including the blood of his elders.

Problem is, nobody likes a Ravnos. Especially when they learn Khalil's the only one.

This series is a monumental, 13-novel exploration of the forbidden world of the Kindred. What began in Clan Novel: Toreador continues here, and its ending will determine the fate of every human - and inhuman - being in the world."

Condition is good, with some discolouration and the spine slightly sun-bleached, but a very good binding; looks possibly unread.

Author(s):
Kathleen Ryan
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2000, second printing
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1565048083
ISBN-13:
9781565048089
Number of pages:
265
Publisher:
White Wolf Publishing,U.S.

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