Series: Cirque Du Freak - The Saga of Darren Shan

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Cirque du Freak by Darren Shan1
The Vampire's Assistant by Darren Shan2
Tunnels of Blood by Darren Shan3
Vampire Mountain by Darren Shan4
Trials of Death by Darren Shan5
The Vampire Prince by Darren Shan6
Hunters of the Dusk by Darren Shan7
Allies of the Night by Darren Shan8
Killers of the Dawn by Darren Shan9
The Lake of Souls by Darren Shan10
Lord of the Shadows by Darren Shan11
Sons of Destiny by Darren Shan12
Vampire Blood Trilogy by Darren ShanOmnibus 1-3

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  1. Birth of a Killer (The Saga of Larten Crepsley) by Darren Shan (2010)
  2. Lord Loss by Darren Shan (2005)
  3. Eighth Grade Bites by Zac Brewer (2007)
  4. Raven's Gate by Anthony Horowitz (1991)
  5. Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiber (2003)
  6. Scorpia by Anthony Horowitz (2004)
  7. Thirsty by M. T. Anderson (1997)
  8. Dangerous Girls by R. L. Stine (2003)
  9. The Last Apprentice: Attack of the Fiend by Joseph Delaney (2007)
  10. The Lost City of Faar by D. J. MacHale (2003)
  11. Saving The World And Other Extreme Sports by James Patterson (2007)
  12. Mister Monday by Garth Nix (2003)
  13. Among the Betrayed by Margaret Peterson Haddix (2002)
  14. The Dead by Charlie Higson (2010)
    Same series: The Fear, The Enemy (The Enemy)
  15. Tide of Terror by Justin Somper (2006)

Series description

Darren Shan's an ordinary schoolboy, until he and his best friend Steve get tickets to the Cirque Du Freak. When they encounter a vampire among the performers, their lives are changed forever, and Darren is reborn as a child of the night...


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