Clan Novel has ratings and 17 reviews. Travis Wedeking said: This review assumes the person has read the first book. Starting off a few days before. Clan Novel 2: Tzimisce – the Doorway into Depravity For hundreds of years Camarilla vampires have preserved the Masquerade – an intricate. Tzimisce (Vampire The Masquerade: Clan Novels) by Eric Griffin – book cover, description, publication history.

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The level of violence in this novel is greater than the last. I love the Tzimisce, they are my trophy clan.

The book really starts to shine when Vykos begins to get her own perspective chapters, as she is very well written and interesting albeit depraved and monstrous. It’s a well written, if mildly disturbing volume in the series.

Aug 01, Lindsey marked it as on-hold Shelves: A major improvement was that, nlvel the last book, there were no “tangent” perspectives that added nothing to the established plot i. Axel Cuevas rated it really liked it Dec 13, It does a good job of showing us what the Sabbat had been re-envisioned as in Revised.


Una novela adulta y sangrienta. She never strays far from my side these nights. Starting off a few days before the “Summer Solstice Party” thrown by Victoria Ash, the plot tzimksce into the Sabbat a powerful sect that would rather enslave humanity than live in its shadows side of events.

Clan Novel: Tzimisce by Eric Griffin

The characterization is a bit weak, the level of carnage and violence ended up as unimpactful gratuity, and the Sabbat is essentially portrayed as Chaotic Evil. Stephen Montgomery rated it really liked it Dec 12, It’s unsurprising since Tzimice are known for callously molding tissue and bone with their Vicissitude discipline.

Lygia Dennison rated it it was amazing Dec 28, It was just odd and awkward and prevalent in scenes with multiple characters. One passing thought from a plethora of characters in a room is less informative than a single person observing all these people and forming his own thoughts. Goodreads helps you noovel track of books you want to read.

There is one character that is obviously written for some tongue-in-cheek humor that I didn’t mind. Gehenna shall come, and clean the night of vermin. With the exception to Vykos and a certain character returning from last book, I felt like the characters were mostly flat and caricature-like.

Between Truth and Treachery, the latter is much the more constant mistress. And guts, and flesh and disgusting other human and inhuman parts.


Clan Novel: Tzimisce

Jan 31, Suellen rated it liked it. John rated it liked it Jan 17, I will say that in these scenes there are no primary perspectives, but the jump to 3rd person no main character to limited hearing people’s thoughts is really something and editor should have caught.

This wasn’t a bad This is a clan novel from White Wolf’s popular vampire gaming system. Feb 13, Anthony Alessi rated it liked it Shelves: Bill Paulus rated it it was amazing Oct 13, Tzimisfe to Book Page.

War ghouls, several great feet tall. Fans of the game should definitely vlan it out. Amidst it all stands Sasha Vykos, one of the most powerful Tzimisce still alive, her shape barely human by her own will.

Eager to see what else they will do. Spidery creatures with more legs and arms than one should ever need.