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Everlasting Fire 6. Spirit Of The Night 7. Legions Of Darkness 8. In Silence We Eternally Sleep 9. Over time, Ozryel's blood leaked from the burial sites and became sentient, spawning the Ancient Ones. The Master was the last to spawn, from Ozryel's throat. The survivors detonate a nuclear weapon on the island, killing Goodweather, Zach, Mr Quinlan, and the Master.

After the explosion, Nora and Vasily witness a reunion of the purified Ozryel with Gabriel and Michael , who had come to take Ozryel back to Heaven. The return was only made possible by Mr Quinlan, who brought the Ancients' ashes with him after following the instructions he read in the Lumen. After the Master's death, the remaining vampires disintegrate and the surviving humans are able to rebuild society.

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Stephen King wrote: "Although there is a certain amount of dispensable hugger-mugger about vampires in Rome and archangels located in Sodom ,the main attractions here is the resistance fighters' fierce dedication to their cause. Heroes of tragic dimension are rare in popular fiction, but Goodweather fills the void perfectly. Writer David Lapham and artist Mike Huddleston [3] adapted the novel into an issue story arc for the eponymous comic-book series from Dark Horse Comics. Executive producer and showrunner Carlton Cuse adapted the novel into the eponymous television series from FX.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the book. Guillermo del Toro Chuck Hogan. Main article: The Strain comic book. Main article: The Strain TV series. Retrieved January 22, Maybe killing off Setrakian in book 2 was a mistake. I'm glad I finished the series, but was disappointed with this one. How we loved the delicious goosebumps we got each time we heard the strigoi Sardou's "pick How terrifyingly fun it was to run up the stairs in the dark and hope the "turned" weren't crawling up the sides of our house to our bedroom windows!

How devotedly we counted down the days that left our eclectic pack of heroes suspended in the dark vampire-haven of nuclear winter and waited--as hungry for the story's conclusion as the creepy crawly Master was for world domination. How merely satisfying to cross the finish line, hmmm. The talented team of writers turned out an intelligent and worthy conclusion, but when old Abraham Setrakian died, a little heart and soul died with him.

Hopefully, this great and inventive pairing will write again. Oreskes gets an A for reading Is there anything you would change about this book? The Deus Ex Machina in this story is blatant and jarring, especially considering how smoothly the other two books flowed.

Was The Night Eternal worth the listening time? Yes, but only for a completionist. It has some fun ideas about a vampire apocalypse and does some great character development with Effram's kid, but the plot suffers. There's also a fair amount of. There was so much promise in the first book. It was as if Del Toro was brought from screen to page. He reinvented a genre that was in bad need of a face lift.

Too many sparkly vampires and angst filled cliches are floating around in the media.

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We really needed a good old Bram Stoker take on it. The first book delivered in spades, the universe they had set up held so much potential. The characters were well developed and the plot clipped along at an entertaining and engaging pace. And then came the second book, while not as good as the first it felt like was reaching for the same goal.

I really wanted the third book to breath life back into the series. Instead, as I listened, the atmosphere disappeared, the characters became wooden and shallow, and the plot meandered about as if concussed. I was bored. I am not sure if the story was trying to be too many things at once or just had an identity crisis.

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Things were explained too late in the game, or just out right poorly placed within the story. It seemed like this last novel was phoned in, as if the writers just got tired of telling the story and just threw a bunch of fluff at their overall outline. I'm sitting here still trying to decide if I liked it or not. As a trilogy I would say it is an ok read.

Something to kill time between your favorite series. As the third installment, I would say it is the poorest of the three. I really was hoping for something to give vampires back their dignity. Now I dread another "I am legend" abortion on the big screen. Poor Matheson, that poor bastard needs one of his books done properly. As for Del Toro, I think he supplied a solid world and a setting that had vast potential. I am not sure where the break down occurred but something slipped in the second book and fell flat on its face in the third. On a side note, while the narrator was solid, you just cannot beat Ron Perlman.

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These books decline in quality as the series progresses. It's a good think this is the last one, because a fourth would be unreadable. This somehow managed to get dull at points, despite being a supposed thriller about vampires. Toro and Hogan tried to get too poetic and it definitely misfired, the long passages about Dr. Goodweather's emotional state get extremely boring and detract from the story. This one adds a weird religious component that the other ones didn't have, as a back story for the vampire scourge, and it didn't really work for me.

The first one was great, the second was so so, and this one was terrible! This went from a great premise to a cheap copy of an Ann Rice novel. I loved the idea of the infection, and the fact that it was a virus that was spread from vampire to victim. They flushed it down the drain, having said that the narrator did an awesome job!! Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

First of all, Guillermo del Toro is a master of film and so, with the help of Chuck Hogan, he was able to develop one amazing trilogy that WILL have you gasping for air at the end.

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    Any additional comments? Guillermo del Toro's trilogy is the second best vampire series in my opinion. Both of these series have been the incredible reinventing of the vampire series. Twilight ruined the vampire and, now, they're back with a vengeance! You will love this trilogy!!!