Tremere

Tremere Paperback

  • Title: Tremere
  • Author: Eric Griffin
  • ISBN: 9781565048270
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
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    558 thoughts on “Tremere


    • Even though I did not expect much out of a roleplaying game-based fiction I found the novel to be a complete and utter disaster. Loose plotlines and barely-defined characters coupled with an attempt to create a rich internal mental struggle based on some water-filled well of an afterlife reality did not leave a lasting impression.(view spoiler)[Then again, states that this is a 12th novel in the series, though I did not find any relevant connections to the previous clan novels that would hamper [...]


    • I don't think this book was QUITE as bad as Malkavian or Giovanni, but it's darned close. A couple of the characters are actually mildly interesting. which is what makes it better than Giovanni, and it isn't QUITE as inexplicable as Malkavian, although it's distressingly close considering that none of the characters are comlete, utter raving loony-tunes. But like Giovanni, and unlike Malkavian, it didn't seem to advance the overall plotline any, so all in all, it was pretty worthless. Certainly [...]


    • This is a fantastic series if you are a fan or player of the Vampire the Masquerade Table Top game. I gave it a 3 because I don't recomend this series to those who are not.



    • It IS 12 of 13 but I felt like the story line jumped around too much. I think I will wait awhile if I read any of the others.


    • I just feel the novel could have been so much more. Two stars for becoming a somewhat interesting story toward the end.



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