Clan Novel has ratings and 17 reviews. Travis Wedeking said: This review assumes the person has read the first book. Starting off a few days before. Clan Novel 2: Tzimisce – the Doorway into Depravity For hundreds of years Camarilla vampires have preserved the Masquerade – an intricate. Tzimisce (Vampire The Masquerade: Clan Novels) by Eric Griffin – book cover, description, publication history.
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tzmisce The politics, power plays, and violence that erupts consumes the lives of numerous humans and vampires alike. I actually am really enjoying the series. She kind of reminds me of one of my really good friends in the way where she’s always joking around and when she’s serious, she’s really scary. This is a fantastic series if you are a fan or player of the Vampire the Masquerade Table Top game.
Clan Novel: Tzimisce by Eric Griffin
Wes rated it liked it Feb 19, Continuing to build on top of the chaos that ensued from the last book, this one focuses on giving us a look at the enemy of the Camarilla, the Sabbat. A little more gray on the morality scale would have done wonders for this novel.
Tonight Sabbat will triumph, and Camarilla shall fall. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Tzimisce (Vampire The Masquerade : Clan Novels) by Eric Griffin
SDRyche rated it liked it Aug 18, But be assured, this one is very well among my favorites now. Jun 20, Adam Warner rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lady Sascha Vykos shines and I hope we get to hear more from her in the future.
This series comprises the biggest event in the history of the World of Darkness — and this is only the second book This epic series of over one million words will reveal the secrets of the vampires’ hidden world, from the smallest detail to the grandest marvel. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
It is almost better to believe this is all some cruel joke or perhaps a cunning trap.
The story flowed, we touched base briefly with some characters from the last book, and we get to know the perspective of the attackers concerning the raid on the Camarilla. I give this book 4 out of 5 for now, that is mostly because of the final chapters, the intro chapters to Gangrel clan book.
After a while it really felt overly gratuitous. Also, don’t bother with this unless you’re familiar with the Vampire: Also, the Sabbat treat humans and each other like objects rather than living things, so a few body pieces lying around here and there is to be expected. Alan rated it liked it Feb 15, Putting this book on hold for now. Blood, blood and more blood. Paulajean rated it really liked it Feb 11, Nov 08, Alex rated it liked it. My favorite bit about her is that she’s extremely persuasive.
There are a couple of times we get to see Vicissitude “magic” in action, or, at least, the aftermath of it. I wouldn’t recommend it people who are quick readers, since it was actually extremely difficult to rush through the book.
It does a good job of showing us what the Sabbat had been re-envisioned as in Revised. It’s a well written, if mildly disturbing volume in the series. Eager to see what else they will do.
Fans of the game should definitely check it out. It’s unsurprising since Tzimice are known for callously molding tissue and bone with their Vicissitude discipline. I will say that in these scenes there are no primary perspectives, but the jump to 3rd person no main character to limited hearing people’s thoughts is really something and editor should have caught.
At a couple of points I was confused about what a person had been “sculpted” into, figuring I would never know.
And all that nightmare slowly engulfed in the flames, flames that cleanse the city of this carnage. Mar 01, Beau Johnston rated it liked it Shelves: I gave it a 3 because I don’t recomend this series to those who are not. The Nosferatu’s apparent scheme to put the Eye of Hazimel into the hands of the Setite, Vegel, will decide the fates of Kindred legions and determine the future of the Camarilla and Sabbat — the sects engaged in a massive war along the entire East Coast.
Clan Novel: Tzimisce
Words are rough clay vessels that tend to crack when filled with such emotions—emotions that run deep and span lifetimes. Sorry, bone spurs and weird piercings by themselves aren’t evocative enough for me.
Jan 06, Deadwish rated it really liked it Shelves: We hear nothing else from this character.