Vampires of Ottawa Within the walls of a gloomy estate known as Blackwater Liz Austen discovers the strange world of Baron Nicolai Zaba a man who lives in constant fear What is the secret of the ancient chapel s under

  • Title: Vampires of Ottawa
  • Author: EricWilson
  • ISBN: 9780002228589
  • Page: 457
  • Format: None
  • Within the walls of a gloomy estate known as Blackwater, Liz Austen discovers the strange world of Baron Nicolai Zaba, a man who lives in constant fear What is the secret of the ancient chapel s underground vault Why are the words In Evil Memory scrawled on a wall Who secretly threatens the Baron All the answers lie within these pages but be warned reading this book wWithin the walls of a gloomy estate known as Blackwater, Liz Austen discovers the strange world of Baron Nicolai Zaba, a man who lives in constant fear What is the secret of the ancient chapel s underground vault Why are the words In Evil Memory scrawled on a wall Who secretly threatens the Baron All the answers lie within these pages but be warned reading this book will make your blood run cold.

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    1. This series apparently sold one million copies at the time 'Vampires' came out. Reading this, there is literally no reason for that, other than that the main character is from Winnipeg, Canada and the setting of the book is real to life. This is one of those books I took to writing in just to get through it.The writing is jumpy and jerky, hopping from location to location between sentences. It has that old-timey young adult feel in every hyper-detailed description of every room she walks into an [...]

    2. for young adult in the pre-teen phase, this is pretty decent reading, and i enjoyed all the Ottawa area references.

    3. Anyone familiar with my reading habits will find “Vampires Of Ottawa”, 1984, out of synch! I chortle about vampires! What I am following is Eric Wilson’s long-running series, set all over Canadian with sleuths from my city, Winnipeg. With an author my Dad’s age, both fans of “The Hardy Boys”; I’ve felt a few of the ‘Tom Austen’ adventures contradicted realistic behaviour, with a sense of being contrived. After all, he’s emulating literature of the 1920s. A delightful surprise [...]

    4. Vampires of Ottawa is notquite how it sounds. It's less of a Vampire book and more of a Nancy Drew meets Mystery Inc tale. Complete with slight cheesiness that comes with the concept of a teenager investigating crime, it's still an intriguing tale. It begins with Liz's accommodations, The Ottawa Jail Hostel where she is sleeping in what was previously, a death row cell. Know what's particularly cool about this haunted place? It's actually real! I stayed there on my own trip to Ottawa. At the tim [...]

    5. Liz Austen sets track on adventures with her new friend in great Ottawa. Only Orli is new in Canada and invites Liz to visit with her. While in Ottawa Liz visited familiar sites, and while she is really on tour with other students Liz sees such attractions as the Rideau hill and the Rideau Canal.Liz learns of vampires by a woman she helped from drowning. Liz wants nothing more than to investigate the mystery. Will Orli help?

    6. The Tom and Liz Austen mysteries was a series of books I loved as a teen, and I think I've read most if not all of them. One of the things that made these books so great was that they mainly took place in Canadian cities, so it really brought the book home for me.I know I've read this one before, but I didn't remember much about it. It was good and I liked Liz. It was a fun read, and it made me remember why I liked reading these books years ago.

    7. It wasn't bad considering as it was published in 1984 (I think), although I did find it vaguely cheesey. It didn't hold a candle to a Nancy Drew mystery or even Trixie Belden but it was refreshing to read a different kind of vampire story - before the literary world was polluted with too much love for the frightening creaturs ;)

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