The Blood Vivicanti Part 6 The Locomotive Deadyards

The Blood Vivicanti Part 6 The Locomotive Deadyards

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Mary Paige and the Red Man make a home in the Locomotive Deadyards where they wait in hopeful expectation for Wyn and Ms. Crystobal's return. Yet when the two go missing, Mary Paige and the Red Man suspect that Lowen the Dark Man has captured them.

She and the Blood Thirster from Khariton must rescue their friends from the Black Building where Lowen has been building an army of Sleeper Devils along with his new monstrous creation, the Devicanti.

The rescue proves to be Mary Paige's greatest challenge, as she must overcome her abstinence from blood before she loses her very self under Lowen's dark power.

Be sure not to miss this exciting final installment of the Blood Vivicanti!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149286997
Publisher: Becket
Publication date: 04/16/2014
Series: The Blood Vivicanti , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 135
Sales rank: 355,062
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Becket is the personal assistant to international best-selling author ANNE RICE. He has a BA in music composition, an MA in systematic theology, and an MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. He has been working for Ms. Rice since 2005, and he has spent that time learning from her the craft of writing.

He is also the author of “Key the Steampunk Vampire Girl and the Dungeon of Despair.”
You can find Becket at

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sarahmcradit More than 1 year ago
One of the great things about Becket’s Blood Vivicanti series is the way he is able to craft the tale in a way that is wholly engaging but also entirely unpredictable. Each installment in the serial revealed an integral part of Mary Paige’s growth, both intrinsically and extrinsically, while sending us in directions we never imagined. The Locomotive Deadyards is the ultimate culmination of this effort. In the first half, we find ourselves observing the calm before the storm. Mary Paige’s interplay with the Red Man is at the same time interesting and complex, but also lacking finite definition. Love comes in all forms. This period of lull takes the series into an additional genre, dabbling a bit in Steampunk, which is a space Becket plays well in. The build-up, stakes, and conclusion all built up in an elegant way. Nearing the ending, I realized I wasn’t yet ready to say goodbye to Mary Paige, Red, Wyn, or the world I’d come to understand. And guess what? The ending, while satisfying, definitely has a promise of more. And I am very much okay with that. I cannot recommend this series enough. The Blood Vivicanti is different, refreshing, and Becket’s humor is peppered throughout, in all the right places. Definitely one of the best releases in the past year.