Children of the Night
But Dave's too tired to pay much attention to Jeffries. He's tired a lot, lately, and making music isn't as much fun as it used to be. Probably he's just working-and partying-too hard.
Luckily, Dave has a friend who takes what's happening to him very seriously. Diana Tregarde is a practicing witch and a Guardian of the Earth. It's her job to keep an eye on innocents like Dave and make sure they stay out of trouble and don't become someone's lunch.
Jeffries has been on Diana's hit list since she first spotted him pursuing a young Romany. Di wasn't fast enough to stop him, but the Rom have their own protector-a dashing, charming, very attractive vampire named Andre Le Brel.
Together, the witch and the vampire face Jeffries and his evil minions in a battle for the soul of rock 'n' roll... in Children of the Night by Mercedes Lackey.
- Paperback | 317 pages
- 137.16 x 208.28 x 22.86mm | 294.83g
- 01 Aug 2005
- St. Martins Press-3pl
- New York, United States
- Illustrations, black and white
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-Diana Tregarde is an intelligent and resourceful entrant in the [dark fantasy] field--with a most charming and unusual associate.- --C. J. Cherryh on Children of the Night
-A very enjoyable thriller with a sense of humor.- --Locus on Children of the Night
-[The heroine has] a wry, practical sense of humor. Further pluses include an almost complete lack of sexual stereotyping or politics. Anyone who likes their supernatural yarns laced with intelligence will find this novel more than satisfying.- --Dragon magazine on Burning Water
-The characters, love triangles, and action will hook the reader immediately. The plot weaves a magic spell of its own. This is a hard one to put down, and readers will clamor for the rest of the series.- --Booklist on Jinx High
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