The Saga of Darren Shan #3: Tunnels of Blood

“I’m getting used to being a vampire’s assistant, but everyone needs a break. Since we left the Cirque Du Freak, the vampire is behaving weirdly. He’s out all night on some secret business and won’t tell me anything. And when they start finding the corpses, drained of blood, I can’t help fearing the worst…”

Suspicious of Mr Crepsley’s secretive behaviour, Darren and Evra shadow him across the city – and confront a creature who may be the end of them all. Has Darren made a fatal mistake which will cost the lives of those he cares for? And can he escape the terrible lure of the Tunnels of Blood?

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Recent reviews

  • This book is not for people who get scared easily I was feally dumbstruck when ifound out that the vampires are scared of the vampaneze , this book is so cool

    8 March 2013

  • this book is great scary but with lots of action.

    7 March 2013

  • This book, also not for the fainthearted! This is the first time Darren actually gets to meet the high enemies of the vampires , the Vampaneze!

    6 March 2012

  • in this book of the saga of darren shan: we start to venture beyond the comfort of the cirque du freak,and find out more about the vampire world which leads on to the rest of the series. yet again this is not suitable for the fainthearted, in fact if your at all queasy at the sight of blood dont even attempt holding one of darren shans books

    27 February 2011

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Authors

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    Darren Shan

    Darren Shan is a master of fear. Terror flows like blood from his pen. Creating horror is what he lives for, and nightmares are his speciality… One of the top horror writers in the UK today, with both adult and children’s titles to his name, Darren’s books are often to be found at the top of bestseller lists!

    Awards

    Darren Shan’s awards include the Wyoming Soaring Eagle award for Cirque du Freak, and the Redbridge Teenage Book Award for Lord Loss.

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