Vampyr Legion

Vampyr Legion A gripping virtual reality thriller the second title in The Legendeer trilogy What if there are places where our nightmares live and wait for us Phoenix has found one and it s alive Armies of bloodsu

  • Title: Vampyr Legion
  • Author: Alan Gibbons
  • ISBN: 9781858818351
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • A gripping, virtual reality thriller the second title in The Legendeer trilogy What if there are places where our nightmares live and wait for us Phoenix has found one and it s alive Armies of bloodsucking vampyrs and terrifying werewolves, the creatures of our darkest dreams, are poised to invade our world After his battle with the evil Gamesmaster in SHADOW OF THE MA gripping, virtual reality thriller the second title in The Legendeer trilogy.What if there are places where our nightmares live and wait for us Phoenix has found one and it s alive Armies of bloodsucking vampyrs and terrifying werewolves, the creatures of our darkest dreams, are poised to invade our world After his battle with the evil Gamesmaster in SHADOW OF THE MINOTAUR, Phoenix knows this is for real As he prepares to enter the second deadly computer game in The Legendeer series, he knows he must win or never come back.The Legendeer is than just a game Play it if you dare.

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    About " Alan Gibbons "

  • Alan Gibbons

    Alan Gibbons is an author of children s books and a Blue Peter Book Award He currently lives in Liverpool, England, where he used to teach in a primary school His father was a farm laborer, but was hurt in an accident when Alan was eight years old The family had to move to Crewe, Cheshire where Alan experienced bullying for the first time He began to write for his pupils as a teacher, but never tried to get any of his work published.Gibbons trained to be a teacher in his mid thirties and starting writing short stories for his students Later, he began to write professionally In 2000, he won the Blue Peter Book Award in the category The Book I Couldn t Put Down category for Shadow of the Minotaur He was a judge for the 2001 Blue Peter Book Awards He was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal in 2001 and 2003 and shortlisted twice for the Booktrust Teenage Prize He has also won the Leicester Book of the Year, the Stockport Book Award, the Angus Book Award, the Catalyst Award, the Birmingham Chills Award, the Salford Young Adult Book Award and the Salford Librarians Special Award.

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  • Well, I'm torn. This was a good sequel, not as good as the first but still good. In fact it actually had a much better ending than the first. I enjoyed it. But at the same time I'm like, What the hell are you doing Alan Gibbons!?!?!To explain the excessive use of punctuation above, I have to say that this was SO much more violent then the first book in the series. I'm sorry, I was under the illusion that this was supposed to be a kids' book? Descriptions worthy of an adult horror (or at least YA [...]


  • Vampyr Legion by Alan Gibbons, is the second book in the Legendeer series. Pheonix Graves, a young teenager has a daring job to do. He must stop Vampyrs and Werewolves poised to take over his world. The evil Gamemaster is creating these minions and is about to invade Pheonix' world. Pheonix has to find someway to stop the Gamemaster in this amazing science fiction novel.This book was extremely interesting to me because around every turn, there was some kind of danger awaiting Pheonix. The descri [...]


  • This book didn't disappointed me, but it didn't blow my mind either. I can see the story developing around Phoenix's connection to the game. I was a little sad that it didn't include old characters from the previous book. However, the new legend kept me intrigue and provided a fresh setting. I really like the idea that there are many more worlds out there besides the Greek myth world and "our" world. I am just curious why the Game master is so interested in "our" world. (view spoiler)[ P.S. I li [...]


  • In this story, the second book in the 'Legendeer Trilogy' (Book 1: 'The Shadow Of The Minotaur), sees the protagonist of the story teaming up with Van Helsing's descendants and battling the undead in the myth world of Transylvania. But is it just a myth, or is it a gateway for the (yet, disembodied) Gamesmaster to gain access to the real world when masses of unsuspecting teens begin playing a new computer game that is more real than virtual. One boy against the hordes of hell, who will prevail? [...]


  • Vampyr Legion - The Legendeer Trilogy book 2 by Alan Gibbons - interesting story continuation. I found the Cha rafters that were part of the game endearing and hard to not become attached to but with vampires and werewolves running around, it was hard to not distance myself with the expectation that they'd all be killed by the end of the book. Very interesting story. Looking forward to the conclusion!



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