The Night Eternal

The Night Eternal

eBook - 2011
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After the blasts, it was all over. Nuclear Winter has settled upon the earth. Except for one hour of sunlight a day, the whole world is plunged into darkness. It is a near-perfect environment for vampires. They have won. It is their time. Almost every single man, woman and child has been enslaved in vast camps across the globe. Like animals, they are farmed, harvested for the sick pleasure of the Master Race. Almost, but not all. Somewhere out there, hiding for their lives, a desperate network of free humans continue the seemingly hopeless resistance. Everyday people, with no other options - among them Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, his son Zack, the veteran exterminator Vassily, and former gangbanger Gus. To be free, they need a miracle, they need divine intervention. But Salvation can be a twisted game - one in which they may be played like pawns in a battle of Good and Evil. And at what cost?
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780062066046
Branch Call Number: eBook OverDrive
Characteristics: 1 downloadable ebook.
Additional Contributors: Hogan, Chuck


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Nov 10, 2015

The final volume in "The Strain" trilogy is a satisfying conclusion, if not quite as compelling as the other books. Currently a show on FX.

Dec 15, 2014

Strong end to trilogy, an enjoyable read.

emerald2pac Jun 30, 2013

Had me on the edge of my seat the whole way through just about. All in all a satisfying ending for the most part. Kept me interested through out. Storyline was very intriguing with the origins of the born and master revealed. The bond between Eph's son and the master was a good twist. Unpredictable ending does not disappoint.

May 15, 2013

I really tried to like this series but now that I have finished it I have to say it basically is just another vampire story. I didn't even really find the story that engaging.

Feb 23, 2013

Slightly worse than the previous books in the Fall series. But good to see the storyline completed.

Jul 02, 2012

I love this trilogy, and this book is worthy of the other two. I still love the first one the best, but the subsequent two have kept me rapt, not wanting to put it down. I love the introduction of new characters, even at this late date, and I adore the way this author / these authors - write. Satisfying reading, definitely feeds my love of post-apocalypse fiction as well as some pseudo-zombie (vampires, but kind of alien vampires, not the traditional, and certainly NOT sparkly) vampire action. I love this book!!!

goatgirlnyc May 29, 2012

This is the last and by far the best book in this vampire trilogy. I neither loved nor hated the previous 2 books in the series and truth be told, I basically read this book because the e-book was available to borrow and I felt compelled to finish the series. I initially picked up the first book because I am fond of Guillermo del Toro's movie "Pan's Labyrinth". He undoubtedly has a vivid imagination and although it was fun reading a vampire book set in New York City (with the bulk of it taking place in Manhattan) I think I must be over the whole "vampire thing". The characters were so-so and a bit cliched and to paraphrase another reviewer on this page, this book (and series) was pretty boring. The dialog was a bit too...cinematic (for lack of a better word). The dialog reads like movie dialog and the whole series feels like a book that knows it's going to be made into a movie one day. All in all "Night Eternal" was a satisfying conclusion to a pretty average trilogy. If you like vampire stories, give it a try. If you're looking for a new and exciting take on the 'ole vampire tale, you may want to look elsewhere.

sexyscrapper Apr 28, 2012

The first book was the best for sure, but the other two definitely kept my interest right to the end.
I agree the ending was a bit rushed and wished it had ended a bit differently.
But overall, I really enjoyed the series!

Apr 25, 2012

I liked "Night Eternal" more then the 2nd book, "The Fall". This one takes place a bit in the future after "The Fall" so that changes the setting, pace and mood from the first two books which I liked. Overall, I loved this series and the 3rd book does a good job ending the story. Since the old vampire hunter guy isn't in this one, I cared a bit less about some of the other characters and Eph becomes pretty insufferable too. But good action, a cool premise, and some scary scenes. Worth reading for fans of Stephen King and the like. Start with "The Strain" obviously.

Mar 10, 2012

It wasn't as captivating as the first book, but it had some good character development stories. I really enjoyed The Born and his involvement with the group. The rest of the book dragged on for a bit and had some predictable moments, but all in all, its worth a read to finish the series.

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Apr 12, 2018

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100101_2827637 Nov 10, 2011

Violence: If you've read the last two books then you know what to expect: Graphic fights between vampires and humans and other disturbing depictions.

100101_2827637 Nov 10, 2011

Coarse Language: The f-word is used a lot along with other colorful phrases.


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