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The Parliament of Blood Read ´ 2 ï George Archer Liz Oldfield and Eddie Hopkins have made a rather unfortunate discovery vampires actually exist and they really do feed on human blood Using an underground labyrinth of tunnels beneath Victorian London these sinister creatures intend on destroying the human race and they’ll start by taking over theOrian London these sinister creatures intend on destroying the human race and they’ll start by taking over the most powerful place in London the House of ParliamentThrough their research on ancient mys. It's a romp As long as you don't expect much you'll have fun Think a cross between The Mummy Raiders of the Lost Ark though it's probably The Last Crusade and Dracula set in Victorian England Throw in a few 11 to 18 year olds and some zombie vampires and you've pretty much got a sense of the book A whole lotta fun

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Teries and a secret London Gentlemen’s Club George Liz and Eddie come up with a plan to beat the vampires at their own game  And they better do it soon before they become the vampires’ next   meal. After reading the Twilight series I had enough of “good” vampires There are tons of vampire books but can you believe there are very few with “bad” vampires in them It makes you wonder if anybody knows that vampires were considered evil yeah sorry girls if vampires were real chances are Edward would be interested in his next meal than getting a girlfriend or that they are monster than human I mean seriously if vamps really existed they’d probably be laughing their fangs off reading all the stuff we’ve come up with about them no offense readers and authors Somewhere near a dark forest in a misty grave yard a muffled voice from deep within the earth says “None taken” Um did you hear something Ooookay My idea of a vamp novel would be a good old fashion one where the vampires are “bad” ya know the ones where the villagers hang garlic on their doors and scream “AHHH Vampire run instead of “OMG It’s Edward Pinch me” With much searching I found one It all starts out with Sir William and his discovery of an old sarcophagus in the Unclassified Department where he works in the London Museum aka the department full of stuff that the museum doesn’t have a special room for or things that They don’t want anyone to see And for the record museums really do have stuff on file that has been discovered blah blah years ago but has never been displayed Kinda of creepy if you ask me Anyways after a little accident with a knife and some spilled blood the mummy decides to take a trip in a carriage that has a creepy symbol on it At first everyone thinks it was a prank but after George Archer and Sir William find some mysterious photographs that reveal literally nothing lets just say they’ve really uncovered something worth show casing With the police involved half the nobles attending a centuries old secret Club and all their witnesses turning up either dead or undead George Eddie Liz and Sir William must get to the bottom of thisbefore it’s too late Parliament of Blood is told from the human’s side of story and is clearly a humans vs vampires book like that of Dracula The book takes place in the late 1800s and sticks to traditional and historical vampire facts and legends I gave it four BLT not because there was anything in it but because it was a tad creepy at times I’m glad a choose this vampy book but I for one won’t be reading another thriller book for awhileNot good for the subconscious mind And oh yes don’t read this book at nightWant to read reviews Check out booksandliteratureforteensblogspotcom

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The Parliament of BloodGeorge Archer Liz Oldfield and Eddie Hopkins have made a rather unfortunate discovery vampires actually exist and they really do feed on human blood Using an underground labyrinth of tunnels beneath Vict. With all of the vampire books coming out right now how could I resist a book where vampires want to take over the British empire and the rest of the world during the Victorian age The story is pretty good and there are a number of plot twists but I only give this book because I did not like all of the head hopping that the author does It may not bother some people but I like it when an author doesn't do it so much In short if you haven't had your fill of vampire books and you like historicalfantasy fiction books set in England then this fast paced supernatural thriller might be for you