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Anyone remember They Thirst?

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1DDDDean
Dec 22, 2010, 1:06pm Top

I think its out of print now.

2jseger9000
Dec 23, 2010, 10:46am Top

Yeah, it's one of the ones that Robert McCammon pulled out of print, along with Baal and... Night Boat I think? Or Bethany's Sin? Or both?

I can't remember. But I know that he thought a number of his early works weren't up to snuff, so he requested they be pulled from print. It's a shame too because I read both Baal and The Night Boat and remember enjoying both. (The Night Boat was the better of the two if my hazy memory counts for anything.)

I have a copy of They Thirst, but haven't yet read it.

3beeg
Dec 24, 2010, 6:35pm Top

I own it as well. I do remember not being able to put it down when I first read it, but other than that not much stands out.

4Todd_Russell
Jul 17, 2011, 11:51am Top

Great vampire book. One of my favorites!

5tjm568
Jul 18, 2011, 9:16am Top

I just re-read They Thirst. I thought it was a lot of fun....again.

6Todd_Russell
Jul 24, 2011, 9:37pm Top

If you like werewolves, check out The Wolf's Hour also by Robert McCammon. One of my favorite werewolf books. WWII, Nazis and werewolves are a wicked combination.

7tjm568
Jul 26, 2011, 12:35am Top

I remeber liking The wolf's Hour also. The line that has stuck with me is "What is the lycanthrope in God's eye". I may have misquoted, it has been some years. Another one I may have to re-read.

8tjm568
Aug 29, 2011, 12:51am Top

I didn't think of it before, but it occurred to me. Another Nazi and combo. The movie Dead Snow, a Swedish movie, that offers zombie nazis. Fantastic. Sometimes watching or reading zombie stories you feel bad for the poor bastards. After all, it's not their fault they ended up as zombies. But in this case you are free to hate them and wish them ill without remorse. They were assholes when they were alive, and they are even bigger assholes as zombies.

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