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The Vampire of Paris (Doctor Who: The Darksmith Legacy, No. 5) (edition 2009)

by Stephen Cole (Author)

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Title:The Vampire of Paris (Doctor Who: The Darksmith Legacy, No. 5)
Authors:Stephen Cole (Author)
Info:BBC Childrens Books (2009), 128 pages
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The Vampires of Paris has been the most interesting Darksmith Legacy book so far. While all the books have had a mystery for the Doctor to solve, I feel that this one has been much more mysterious than the others. Even though it wasn't longer -they've all had a similar amount of pages- it did feel longer. Also, you can read it like a short murder mystery, which may have added to my enjoyment of this book.

We don't learn much about the general plot, but a few secrets are discovered. Not many and what we learn is not particularly relevant, but it's another piece in the puzzle of the Darksmiths and the Crystal. ( )
  Hellen0 | Jun 22, 2016 |
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The Doctor decides it's safe to go back in time to find Varlos before he died. From what Gisella recalls of her father's plans, they head for Paris in 1895 where they discover a city in fear. Why will hardly anyone dare venture out after dark?

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