"Clay and Susan Griffith's Vampire Empire is Transforming Genre Fiction" Paul Goat Allen, BN Explorations.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

New Review

Library Journal says:

Griffith, Clay & Susan Griffith. The Greyfriar. Pyr: Prometheus. (Vampire Empire, Bk. 1). Nov. 2010. c.320p. ISBN 9781616142476. pap. $16. FANTASY
A massive attack by vampires in 1870 drives humans lucky enough to survive the invasion to the tropics, where the hot climate proves intolerable for the vampire clans. When Princess Adele, heir to the Equatorian Empire—formerly the British Empire—travels north to meet with her American suitor, Senator Clark, to cement relations between human powers, a vampire ambush results in her capture. The appearance of a mysterious vampire hunter known only as Greyfriar, who assigns himself the task of rescuing the princess, rouses many questions as to the mystery man’s true purpose. Blending vampire fiction with steampunk and romance, this trilogy launch by the married authors possesses a seductive charm and tells a rousing tale of adventure. VERDICT A change of pace from standard vampire fiction, this should find a sizable readership among fans of fantasy romance as well as the vampire and steampunk genres.


Lucas said...

It's nice to see more NC authors putting out books this year. Just came across an early review of your book on allthingsurbanfantasy and they gave it 5/5 so I can't wait to get my hands on it!

Clay Griffith said...

Thanks, Lucas. Hope you enjoy it. Let us know.

Clay Griffith said...

Oh, and I should mention, if you're in the Raleigh-Durham area, come to one of our signings. Quail Ridge Books in Raleigh, Nov. 12 or Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill on Nov. 20. We hope to do a few more signings in the region as well.