Book 4 of The Saga Of Darren Shan. Six years have passed since Tunnels Of Blood. Darren has settled into life as a vampire's assistant, and feels at home in the Cirque Du Freak. But now he must leave the freak show and his friends behind, to travel to the distant Vampire Mountain with Mr...View full details for Vampire Mountain
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Honestly, Vampire Mountain is the book of the Cirque du Freak series that most makes me bored. Have fun, suspense, kehororannya, is...
Read full review: Fantasy LiteratureJust In! | 17 May 2011
It’s been six years since the events of the previous book, Tunnels of Blood. Darren and Mr. Crepsley have been travelling with the Cirque du Freak, but this is the year that the Vampire Council...
Read full review: Just In!wigglefish.com | 26 April 2010
The amazing manga retelling of Darren Shan's international best-selling vampire saga, with illustrations by Japanese artist Takahiro Arai. Darren Shan and Mr Crepsley make a long and dangerous...
It's six years after the hair-raising struggle between Darren, Mr. Crepsely, Evra the Snake Boy, and the mad vampaneze monster Murlough. Life has been peaceful enough, but suddenly Mr. Crepsley...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Wigglefish USA)School LIbrary Journal (USA) | 26 April 2010
Darren Shan, the loquacious vampire's assistant, narrates another blood-and-guts tale. Having tracked a horror-movie-stereotype vampire in their previous adventure, Darren and his master, Larten...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (School LIbrary Journal USA)Mrs Mad's Book-A-Rama (UK) | 26 April 2010
Mrs Mad's humble opinion
8/10 You are working hard. Well done.
What's it about?
Darren must face the dangerous trek to Vampire Mountain and face the initiation into the Vampire clan!
What...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Mrs Mad’s Book-A-Rama UK)Kliatt (USA) | 26 April 2010
Darren Shan is on another adventure with Mr. Crepsley, but this one will take two books to fulfill. They must journey to Vampire Mountain to present Darren to the Vampire Council; they are both...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Kliatt USA)Kirkus (USA) | 26 April 2010
Angels and ministers of grace defend us! Shan (Tunnels of Blood, not reviewed, etc.) has extruded a fourth volume in his series about an adolescent vampire (also named Darren Shan) traveling with...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Kirkus USA)kidzworld.com | 01 September 2002
Cirque Du Freak is a series which follows young Darren Shan, a boy who makes a deal with a vampire to save the life of his best friend. There are now eight books in the series and the first two...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Kidzworld USA)kidsturncentral.com | 01 September 2002
The saga continues........"Pack your bags," said Mr. Crepsley. "We leave for Vampire Mountain tomorrow." With this announcement, Darren worries the day away wondering what will happen when they...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Kids’ Turn Central USA)kidsreads.com | 26 April 2010
Darren Shan made the biggest sacrifice of his life when, at the age of twelve, he agreed to allow Larten Crepsley to make him into a half-vampire. Eight years after being blooded, the time has...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Kids Reads USA)Kids' Book Shelf (USA) | 26 April 2010
Book 4 finds Darren and Mr. Crepsley on yet another journey, this time to Vampire Mountain, where Mr. Crepsley must present Darren to the Vampire Princes and explain his reasons for blooding a...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Kids’ Book Shelf USA)greenmanreview.com | 26 April 2010
Shan gives a history lesson in Book 4, Vampire Mountain. Darren, Mr. Crepsley, and their vampire friend Gavner Purl face wolves and the vampaneze on their dangerous trek to Vampire Mountain,...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Green Man Review USA)epinions.com | 20 July 2005
Darren Shan Challenges The Vampire Princes Deep Within The "Vampire Mountain"
Jul 20 '05 (Updated Aug 08 '05)Author's Product Rating
Product Rating: 5.0Pros
Great continuation of the Shan saga,...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Epinions USA)Denbighshire Free Press (UK) | 26 April 2010
First Person Vampire!At least one member of the Download crew still wakes up in a sweat as the result of nightmares about his creative writing class in school. The teacher was a fearsome old...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Denbighshire Free Press UK)umanitoba.ca | 23 May 2003
The bear lifted its head and bellowed at the sky, then fixed its eyes on me and leered hungrily. Dropping to all fours, it advanced. The wolves leaped at it but it shook them loose as though...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (CM Magazine Canada)bookloons.com | 26 April 2010
This is the fourth volume in Darren Shan's searingly spooky Cirque Du Freak series, and the first episode of an adventure in three parts. It has the best cover yet, showing a castle on a peak...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Bookloons USA)Booklist (USA) | 26 April 2010
Teen half-vampire--and author--Darren Shan returns in the next two installments in the Cirque Du Freak series. In Tunnels, Darren has begun to adjust to his fate, but he remains distrustful of...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Booklist USA)barnesandnoble.com | 01 September 2002
Darren Shan's spine-tingling Cirque du Freak saga continues with the fourth book, in which the young Darren journeys with Mr. Crepsley and two Little People to the hair-raising vampire lair at...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Barnes and Noble USA)Achuka (UK) | 24 April 2010
Slowly but steadily building up a cult following, this series could have benefited from a faster publishing programme. Shan's fans will wish they were on Book 8 or 9 by now. This is Book 4, the...Read full review: Vampire Mountain (Achuka UK)