By David Wellington
Laura Caxton vowed by no means to stand them back. The horror of what the vampires did is just too shut, the injuries too clean. but if Jameson Arkeley, damaged and rarely recognizable, involves her with an unfathomable, unholy discovery, her unravel crumbles.
Arkeley leads Caxton to a tomb in Gettysburg lately excavated via a neighborhood archaeology professor. whereas the city, with its mythical position within the Civil War’s worst conflict, isn't any stranger to cemeteries, this one is remarkably, eerily diversified. In it lie a hundred coffins—99 of them occupied by means of vampires, who, fortunately, are lacking their hearts. yet one of many coffins is empty and smashed to items.
Who is the lacking vampire? Does he have entry to the ninety nine hearts that, if put again within the our bodies in their vendors, may possibly reanimate a complete bloodthirsty military? How did the vampires prove there, undisturbed and undiscovered for one hundred fifty years? the reply lies in Civil struggle files that comprise sinister secrets and techniques in regards to the newly came upon coffins—secrets that Laura Caxton is set to discover as she is thrown right into a lethal, grotesque undertaking of saving a complete city from a mass invasion of the undead. . . .
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Extra info for 99 Coffins: A Historical Vampire Tale
THE LONG ROAD Most Lasombra recruits enter the clan more slowly, with a great deal more deliberation on the part of their sires. The Sabbat maintains no strict accounting for progeny, but a sire who creates too many unsatisfactory childer eventually comes to the attention of his superiors. Success justifies risk, in the Lasombra conventional wisdom, so would-be sires generally prefer to take their time in creating childer. Long experience shows the Lasombra that kings, presidents, chief executive officers, popes and comparable leaders seldom make good vampires.
Antitribu, I met Montano and learned much of what I've recorded here. FROM FOUNDING TO Me What can I say about the centuries after that? Many Lasombra show a flair for the sea, perhaps reflecting part of our dark founder's mortal preferences. The antitribu seem to do even better at sea than the main clan. Pirate fleets harassed the clan's financial interests and made things risky for Cainites trying to move their slumbering bodies by sea. On land, the antitribu struck where they could find weaknesses in the local Sabbat and otherwise mostly watched for defectors willing to join the true clan's lineage.
They're outlooks rather than institutions. The only clanwide institution is the Courts of Blood (and the Friends of the \ Night behind them). Everything else is unofficial. A group that became organized enough to challenge the courts would be co-opted and folded into the Friends themselves or destroyed, depending upon how well the group's leaders pled their case. THE FACTIONLESS What the hell are you talking about? " They don't worry about other details much, and they don't feel driven to identify themselves with subgroups of any sort.