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9 thoughts on “Biblio Vampiro

  1. says:

    Hello I've enjoyed this booklong time ago I thought that I know everything about the vampire's world but I was wrongThis book is a great journey inside a fantastic world Are you ready?so let's go we will start from the beginning what

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    Written by OBS Staff Member KatieWhen I received Biblio Vampire I was very excited to see that it was a relatively big book It has an awesome cover and the design on all the pages looked very professional I was very impressed by how well made the book wasNow on to the content of the book I had read another book similar a few months ago and this book puts the other one to shame Everything was very well organized unlike the other one At firs

  3. says:

    An interesting look into vampires A uick read with loads of colour images and cultural references Thoroughly enjoyed

  4. says:

    The cover is fantastic and very eye catching and I am a big fan of vampires so I was really excited to read this I was ki

  5. says:

    This book is a very interesting read and may I also point out it is a uick read I know tons about vampires because they are one of my favorite creatures to read about and this book taught me things I did not know I recommend this book to anyone looking to broaden there knowledge of the vamps

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    I found this one really interesting If you want to read something about vampires all around the world You’ll find here different types and even stories about them So glad I found something about Dracula as Well hello Romanians

  7. says:

    This book somehow makes vampire stories boring and dry I honestly would have had fun reading a wikipedia page on the subject

  8. says:

    This is a terrible little book so rife with inaccuracies and omissions that I would consider it worse than usele

  9. says:

    Throw poppy seeds at the vampire They will stop to pick it up Probably because they are running an opium den But only the Romanian ones Of course it's best to avoid vampires Especially ones in heels XDSeriously this book is a riot I loved how useless it could be My friend and I had fun reading about the types and where to find them Good thing

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summary ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Robert Curran

Ard stockpiles of gold in their stinking nests until nightfall when they roam the earth in search of human prey The book's lengthy final section is a compilation of spooky vampire tales collected from around the world The terror inducing text is complemented with than creepy illustrations in full color though mostly in appropriately dark and shadowy hues. This is a terrible little book so rife with inaccuracies and omissions that I would consider it worse than useless Enumerating these errors would be tantamount to rewriting the book suffice to say that 1there is no Romanian folklore stating that the strigoi cannot be seen in mirrors and Curran s characterization of this figure draws much from Slavic concepts than from Romanian sources 2Dom Calmet was an armchair scholar who did not travel to Eastern Europe and his work which I doubt had anything to do with any Papal commission though I could be wrong certainly was translated into English in short order 3the mysterious disease gripping the New England vampires was tuberculosis as forensic anthropology has shown conclusively I could go on but there would be no point This narrow volume is a great disappointment especially from a reasonably reputable publisher like Barron s

summary Biblio Vampiro

Biblio Vampiro

They sleep in coffins They cast no shadows and show no reflection in mirrors They drink blood and as every reader will certainly recognize by now they are Vampires Horror movie fans and dedicated lovers of gothic tales will want a copy of this spine chilling volume An opening section presents a general description of vampires offers tips to readers on ho. An interesting look into vampires A uick read with loads of colour images and cultural references Thoroughly enjoyed

summary ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Robert Curran

W to spot them and most important tells how to avoid them But to become a true vampire expert readers must go on to the book's second section which defines eight different vampire types For instance there is the Sampiro Vampire of Albania who wears a corpse's shroud and totters around on high heels And from Scandinavia we encounter Draugr Vampires who gu. The cover is fantastic and very eye catching and I am a big fan of vampires so I was really excited to read this I was kinda dissapointed when I saw the photos and the layout of the book It felt like they just copy paste the images from Google search I was expecting for an original artNot a lot of new informationtrivia about vampires but I like the section about the different types of vampire in other countries in AsiaI m still keeping it but I didn t really enjoyed it compared to other vampire books I ve read