Carmilla: The Wolves of Styria

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Carmilla The Wolves of Styria Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu May , Carmilla The Wolves of Styria Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, David Brian on FREE shipping on qualifying offers When fate draws together the lives of two young women, their mutual attraction quickly flourishes into a bond which threatens the boundaries of social etiquette in s Styria As their relationship continues to develop further Carmilla The Wolves of Styria Karnstein May , Carmilla The Wolves of Styria Karnstein Chronicles Kindle edition by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, David Brian Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Carmilla The Wolves of Styria Karnstein Chronicles. Carmilla The Wolves of Styria by David Brian Dec , Carmilla The Wolves of Styria is based around the original narrative of Carmilla By, Le Fanu but with newer twists from David Brian The book is based around a girl named Laura who was born and raised in s Styria. Wolves Carmilla Laura CTW YouTube May , This feature is not available right now Please try again later. Customer reviews Carmilla the wolves of styria The other books are both written by Author, David Brian The next book is Carmilla The Wolves of Styria and Carmilla A Dark Fugue I read them in the order shown, the original, the wolves and last the fugue If you know the original I think you could read the other in whatever order you wish They all center around Carmilla. Carmilla The Wolves of Styria by david brian, joseph The Paperback of the Carmilla The Wolves of Styria by david brian, joseph sheridan le fanu at Barnes Noble FREE Shipping on . or Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores Events Help Book giveaway for Carmilla The Wolves of Styria by David free copy available Giveaway dates from Dec Mar , Enter for a chance to win a Signed Copy of Carmilla The Wolves of Styria.When fate d Customer reviews Carmilla The Wolves of Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Carmilla The Wolves of Styria Karnstein Chronicles at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Carmilla Vampedia FANDOM powered by Wikia Carmilla Carmilla A Dark Fugue is a short book by David Brian Although the story is primarily centered around the exploits of General Spielsdorf, it nonetheless relates directly to events which unfold within Carmilla The Wolves of Styria citation needed

  • Title: Carmilla: The Wolves of Styria
  • Author: David Brian J. Sheridan Le Fanu
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  • Page: 466
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  • Is it ever possible for the undead to find true love You ll find no definitive answer here Be aware of this much though When werewolves and vampires clash there can be no winners.When fate draws together the lives of two young women, their mutual attraction quickly flourishes into a bond which threatens the boundaries of social etiquette in 1860s Styria.As their relatiIs it ever possible for the undead to find true love You ll find no definitive answer here Be aware of this much though When werewolves and vampires clash there can be no winners.When fate draws together the lives of two young women, their mutual attraction quickly flourishes into a bond which threatens the boundaries of social etiquette in 1860s Styria.As their relationship continues to develop further, they remain oblivious to the growing horror which surrounds them, as throughout the province other young women are dying in mysterious circumstances Meanwhile, others are falling victim to the apparently random attacks of a rampaging pack of wolves When, finally the truth is revealed, the scene is set for a battle between two ancient evils.Years before the publication of Bram Stoker s Dracula, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu produced a haunting Gothic mystery called Carmilla David Brian has used much of the original narrative to create a very different version of Carmilla Introducing an array of new characters, and touching on subjects which would have been considered taboo in the 1800s, Brian has succeeded in bringing a whole new level of horror, and tragedy, to the legend of Carmilla.Sometimes, in order to clean up a mess, it is necessary to get your own hands dirty.General Spielsdorf.
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    • Celeste says:

      Alright, so I know the main character is more Austrian than English, but was I the only one who read this out loud in a British accent? It was a lot more fun than it sounds.This is the second book by the same author that I have read and I’m fast becoming a fan of his writing. The story is told via a number of letters, and journal entries from the main characters and I thought this was rather well done. It got the point across without any plot holes by which I mean I didn’t ask myself, how th [...]

    • Emma says:

      David Brian's narrative is woven perfectly with Sherdian Le Fanu's; the prose seems to pour off the page, provoking stark imagery. The gothic atmosphere that existed in the original novella is wholly maintained in The Wolves of Styria, and even expanded upon - this version is, to me, darker and more enchanting. New layers have been added to this version - not only have more characters been added, but original ones have been developed; as well as this, the world of Styria itself has been embellis [...]

    • Rebecca Not reviewing at the moment says:

      'Shy and strange was the look with which she quickly hid her face in my neck and hair, with tumultuous sighs, that seemed almost to sob, and pressed in mine a hand that trembled. Her soft cheek was glowing against mine, and I felt again that strangest of aches in the pit of my stomach, for something of which I knew not.'(view spoiler)[PLOTLaura Bennett, a young Woman living with her Father in Styria, is bored. Apart from the occasional visit from some of her acquaintances, each day is spent eith [...]

    • Daniel says:

      Nice one! Very different to most vampire books!

    • Ell S says:

      Carmilla: The Wolves of Styria is based around the original narrative of Carmilla By, Le Fanu but with newer twists from David Brian. The book is based around a girl named Laura who was born and raised in 1860's Styria. She soon becomes friends with a girl around her age named Carmilla, whom she met when she was put under Laura's father's care after her mothers carriage crashes. But while Carmilla and Laura's relationship flourishes, they are unaware of the vicious wolf attacks and the deaths of [...]

    • Gothicromantic says:

      Quite enjoyable retelling of Carmilla, mixing vampires, werewolves and nicely period accurate prose in 19th century Styria.

    • David Brian says:

      J. S. Le Fanu's Carmilla was, possibly one of the most groundbreaking horror stories in the history of Gothic literature. It is a story which cannot fail to touch the soul of any true fan of the genre, and it will likely retain a fondness within the hearts of many who read it. It has always held such a place in my heart.Why then, if I am such a fan, would I seek to set down a re-imagined history for Carmilla? The answer is a simple one. As much as I love the original work, nonetheless it was con [...]

    • H Hunt says:

      David Brian has written a suspenseful scary & often times beautiful read. David managed to weave a sensuous narrative that flows seamlessly and seemingly without effort. Any reader will be hooked from the beginning as one comes to not only learn about his character's but to care for and fear for what will happen next. With a shocking ending to this amazing tale this book is a must read. As a constant reader I personally can't wait to read more of this gifted authors work, a superb story Holl [...]

    • David Brian says:

      J. S. Le Fanu's Carmilla was, possibly one of the most groundbreaking horror stories in the history of gothic literature. It is a story which cannot fail to touch the soul of any true fan of the genre, and it will likely retain a fondness within the hearts of many who read it. It has always held such a place in my heart.Why then, if I am such a fan, would I seek to set down a re-imagined history for Carmilla? The answer is a simple one. As much as I love the original work, nonetheless it was con [...]

    • Jocelyn Sanchez says:

      I love reading gothic romances and this is now one of my favorite! I love how dark and mysterious the book is throughout the whole story. Every page was suspenseful and I read the book within a few short days. It's definitely a fast-paced story with a great plot, strong and likable characters, and flows wonderfully.It's really a must read and I loved everything about the book, from the characters, to the plot. I do recommend this book to others! A fun, suspenseful story.I received this book in e [...]

    • B. Alexandra Escribano says:

      "But to die as lovers may,to die together,so that they may live together." "You will think me cruel,very selfish,but love is always selfish;the more ardent the more selfish." "Life and death are mysterious states,and we know little of the resources of either." So much better than the original. I would love to read it again and again. 5/5

    • Marta says:

      This was a mistake since I thought I was reading the original Carmilla and not until now I've realized that it was this what I read instead. No wonder now that I thought surprising the amount of different plots this book has (it seemed too much to be a gothic novella). It was fun though, and I've checked the original and it seems rather simmilar, I think I'll read it too, just to compare them.

    • Sally Wren says:

      I love vampires so I wasn't at all sure about this one, but I had heard good things so thought i'd give it a try. All in all, a very decent updating of an old classic. Incorporating violence, sex, and werewolves (yup werewolves!). but you know what? It actually works fairly welld kudos to the author for the profluent victorian writing style.

    • Warren Faber says:

      I have to say that for an unknown author,(at least to me)David Brian has done a really nice job of retelling CARMILLA.I loved all of the added material, but especially the total reinvention of the General.

    • Mikana says:

      An interesting short read about vampires and werewolves. Set years ago, this is a tale told through the use of letters. Once began, I found I was drawn to the story, determined to piece the puzzle together.

    • Tali says:

      This book was won as part of a First Reads giveaway.Having read the original Carmilla by Sheridan Le Fanu several years ago - the story of a female vampire seducing her young victim - I was interested to see how this piece of derivative writing would deal with the nineteenth-century text. I was pleasantly surprised therefore by the integration of the modern text with the period writing. Brian has managed to carry Le Fanu's voice well across the additions and twists in this novel and the book re [...]

    • David Brian says:

      J. S. Le Fanu's Carmilla was, possibly one of the most groundbreaking horror stories in the history of gothic literature. It is a story which cannot fail to touch the soul of any true fan of the genre, and it will likely retain a fondness within the hearts of many who read it. It has always held such a place in my heart.Why then, if I am such a fan, would I seek to set down a re-imagined history for Carmilla? The answer is a simple one. As much as I love the original work, nonetheless it was con [...]

    • Janie says:

      A friend recommended this book as they know I am a fan of gothic literature, and I am so pleased I took their advice. I am not always a fan of derivative fiction, but the author succeeded in weaving a seamless tale of love, horror and mystery. Even though I knew the story of carmilla, the re-written plot kept me guessing as to whatever exactly was going on?The story is told via a number of letters, and journal entries from the main characters, and this Adds to the sense of mystery and impending [...]

    • Abigail Streathon says:

      Twenty pages in I wasn't sure I'd be able to finish this book. The old style language, combined with the journal entries/letters thing, made it a hard start.But then it drew me in.An enchanting, mystifying, horrific love story. Actually it is more than one love story!Very dark, and full of mystery, this book had me thinking about it for days after I finished reading it.Footnote: I have since read the original Carmilla, and it seemed flat after this.

    • Mike Casey says:

      Kept me turning page after page:) took me a while just because I was busy working a lot but all I could think of was what's gonna happen next. The plot, the story, the characters all were very well placed and it felt like I was reading the letters and journal entries as if I was there. very very very good book:)

    • June says:

      An interesting hybrid of Victorian Gothic and a more modern tone of horror, with a nicely fluid narrative. It was not obvious which parts were original material and which were part of the additions. I need to reread Carmilla now.

    • David says:

      I purposely read this before reading the original. I wanted to see if I could differentiate between the new and source material. I couldn't. It actually reads fairly seamlessly. My second successive vampire novel (alongside Draculas), and another good read.

    • Kaddi says:

      This book was a very pleasant surprise. Like many people I am aware of the tale of Carmilla, and indeed I read it many, many years ago. This version was very different, but in a really good way.A very enjoyable read, and with some lovely little plot twists.

    • Sarah Kingsley says:

      I enjoyed this telling of the Carmilla story. I had to re read the original after, just to see where the source material and new additions differed. An interesting updating of an old classic!

    • Elizabeth says:

      I expected so much more, so honestly, this was kind of disappointing. And I didnt much care for the werewolf aspect, especially since it really added nothing to the overall story.

    • Jamie Z. says:

      It started off pretty good but kind of lost its steam and punch towards the end. Still a good read if you like the original Carmilla story.

    • Margaret Chadwick says:

      Author: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu & David BrianTitle: Carmilla: The Wolves Of StyriaGenre: Horror, Gothic, Vampires, Supernatural, Paranormal, Thriller, Classics, HistoricalSynopsis: When fate draws together the lives of two young women, their mutual attraction quickly flourishes into a bond which threatens the boundaries of social etiquette in 1860's Styria. As their relationship continues to develop further, they remain oblivious to the growing horror which surrounds them, as throughout the [...]

    • Laura says:

      Well I enjoyed the original Carmilla, so I also enjoyed this. Naturally I also enjoyed making the queer subtext of the originaltext-text. That said, I expected more original content. It also really just felt like Brian just felt that a vampire story was incomplete without werewolves or something. Other reviewers seemed to really enjoy this, but I didn't feel that he actually contributed that much to the original. I also wasn't super into the love story of a super hot young werewolf woman who jus [...]

    • Sophie says:

      Alcuni aspetti della storia, specialmente nella prima parte, sono anche interessanti nel complesso, però, la personalità di David Brian irradia pochissima originalità, e offre pochi spunti di riflessione oltre a quelli già contenuti nella versione del testo originale, secondo me.Continuo a ribadire che gli uomini-lupo sono completamente fuori contesto, e che la sinossi è a dir poco fuorviante

    • Laura says:

      This book was extra content for the original "Carmilla". The added pieces were alright. I could have done without them and still enjoyed the original. The one thing I liked the David Brian did was give the characters a little more depth, especially Bertha. A little background story to characters and make heart goes out to them a little more.

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