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The Vampire clan Novel series broke all records for World of Darkness fiction when, throughout 1999 and 2000, it told an epic story through cross-cutting novels and carefully time-stamped chapters. Now, the entire epic is represented in four beautitul trade-format volumes. The Clan Novel Saga reorganizes the chapters from all 13 novels (and the Clan Novel Anthology) in str The Vampire clan Novel series broke all records for World of Darkness fiction when, throughout 1999 and 2000, it told an epic story through cross-cutting novels and carefully time-stamped chapters. Now, the entire epic is represented in four beautitul trade-format volumes. The Clan Novel Saga reorganizes the chapters from all 13 novels (and the Clan Novel Anthology) in strict chronological order, showing the progress of the epic night by night and even minute by minute. This final volume covers the events from late September of 1999 until the end of the saga: The vampires of the Sabbat close in around Baltimore, where the besieged members of the Camarilla search for the traitor in their midst. The Assamites, purging within and without, move against the dread Cardinal Moncada. And all the while, the Eye of Hazimel continues its deadly journey toward Gehenna.


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The Vampire clan Novel series broke all records for World of Darkness fiction when, throughout 1999 and 2000, it told an epic story through cross-cutting novels and carefully time-stamped chapters. Now, the entire epic is represented in four beautitul trade-format volumes. The Clan Novel Saga reorganizes the chapters from all 13 novels (and the Clan Novel Anthology) in str The Vampire clan Novel series broke all records for World of Darkness fiction when, throughout 1999 and 2000, it told an epic story through cross-cutting novels and carefully time-stamped chapters. Now, the entire epic is represented in four beautitul trade-format volumes. The Clan Novel Saga reorganizes the chapters from all 13 novels (and the Clan Novel Anthology) in strict chronological order, showing the progress of the epic night by night and even minute by minute. This final volume covers the events from late September of 1999 until the end of the saga: The vampires of the Sabbat close in around Baltimore, where the besieged members of the Camarilla search for the traitor in their midst. The Assamites, purging within and without, move against the dread Cardinal Moncada. And all the while, the Eye of Hazimel continues its deadly journey toward Gehenna.

30 review for Clan Novel Saga, Volume 4: End Games

  1. 4 out of 5

    Max Z

    Ahem. I'm a slow reader. I received the promotional first tome of the saga back in 2011 on DriveThruRPG, as my email logs show. Then I bought the rest of them on a sale in 2014. And it took me more than three years to read through the four tomes. Finally, it's over and it's been amazing. I don't think a single author could've achieved something like that - the amount of characters and different perspectives all surrounding the huge Camarilla vs Sabbat war event is astonishing. The additional wor Ahem. I'm a slow reader. I received the promotional first tome of the saga back in 2011 on DriveThruRPG, as my email logs show. Then I bought the rest of them on a sale in 2014. And it took me more than three years to read through the four tomes. Finally, it's over and it's been amazing. I don't think a single author could've achieved something like that - the amount of characters and different perspectives all surrounding the huge Camarilla vs Sabbat war event is astonishing. The additional work that was put into the shuffling of thirteen or so separate narratives in chronological order must have been tremendous but it has given much additional value to the saga. You never get tired with any one view on the events (and honestly, all clans are very one-sided and stuck up in their views of the reality), the resulting mix always feels refreshing and interesting to read. Bravo, team WoD!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Great series. Especially if you ever followed the rpg from White Wolf

  3. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Kelly

    (Review forthcoming)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jeremiah

  5. 4 out of 5

    Eric Crabtree

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    Lesley

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    Simon Exton

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    Sarah Boniface-Zeeb

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    Andrew

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    Victor

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    Elliot Huxtable

  12. 4 out of 5

    Piemaker

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    Kith Leal

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    Joshua Sweet

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    Colleen

  16. 5 out of 5

    Twist Rolarian

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    Vsten

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tommy

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    R.E.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Farmerf

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jon Michael

  22. 5 out of 5

    Paddy Maguire

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    Daniel Vawter

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    Ess

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    Damian May

  28. 4 out of 5

    W. M. Pienton

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kristijan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Derek Rollins

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