Vampire Plagues: London 1850
By Sebastian Rook
One day, a young street unchin named Jack sees an unusual ship come to dock in London. There were no boxes being unloaded, there wasn't even a crew. As Jack watches the strange ghost ship, a hundred or more bats fly from the cabins. A while later a boy runs off and Jack chases him down an alley. The boy, Ben, tells Jack a startling story, and now London is in grave danger.
This book, recommended to me by my best friend Bradley, was a wonderful story filled with suspence. I can't wait to read the next in the series. The story was detailed and exciting, a wonderful read.
If you were Jack and saw a strrange ship pull into a harbor that gets visits from all of the world, would you pay attention to the one carrying the vampires?
If you were Mrs. Mills, and a mere twelve year old boy (no offence to twelve year old boys) told you not to let an old friend of your employer into the house, and the man told you the opposite, who would you believe?
If there was a house of vampires and you had some blood rose or knew where some was, would you fight them or just let someone do it for you?
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