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The People's Will: (The Danilov Quintet 4)
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- Digital : 528 pages
- ISBN-13 : 978-1446497159
- Language: : English
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Truly unique, compelling, and thoroughly enjoyable . . . again the author delivers on all fronts . . . this series deserves the highest possible recommendation. Indeed, this should intrigue and satisfy even the most jaded genre fiction readers! * FANTASYHOTLIST *
About the Author
Jasper Kent was born in Worcestershire in 1968, studied Natural Sciences at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and now lives in Hove, East Sussex. As well as writing The Danilov Quintet (his internationally acclaimed sequence of historical horror novels set in Russia) Jasper works as a freelance software consultant. He has also written several musicals.
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Vampires5 December 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
This is the fourth of five books and they are absolutely great. Mixing the historical with some horror. Right from the first book I have been hooked, now for the last book and see who triumphs the evil vampire or the good vampire killer
Kindle edition thumbs up29 June 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
Enjoy being able to pick up where I left off on multiple devices. These stories present a great deal of Russian Worldview history, combined with well developed characters and a lofty plot spanning most of the nineteenth century. For Alt. History fans and vampire lovers alike.
... in the Danilov Quintet and I think it's my favorite. It ties up a lot of loose ends ...24 September 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
This is the 4th book in the Danilov Quintet and I think it's my favorite. It ties up a lot of loose ends that have been going on from the previous 3 books and I love how the main character is constantly surprising everyone - something none of the other characters have done so far. Definitely a great read.
Jasper Kent's 4th novel in the Danilov Quintet doesn't disappoint and actually reveals more of his voordalaki mythos than ...22 May 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
Jasper Kent's 4th novel in the Danilov Quintet doesn't disappoint and actually reveals more of his voordalaki mythos than the preceding 3 novels and, combined with his use of real historic figures, serves to draw readers deeper into the world of tsarist Russian dissidence and Russian fairy tales. This was a pleasurable read that kept the pace moving well throughout.