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Fiends of the Eastern Front: Operation Vampyr.

Fiends of the Eastern Front: Operation Vampyr.

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Book 1 of 3 in the Fiends of the Eastern Front Series. David Bishop has written a plausible story of World War II from the point of the German soldiers who are more terrified of their supposed allies than they are of their enemies, the Russians. It's a well-written, scary little book that will keep you on the edge of your seat as you wonder what Constanta will think of next to torture not only the Russians, but also the German soldiers.

Jun 18, 2015 Ryoku Light rated it liked it. Operation Vampyr by David Bishop This book goes back to the basics of vampire lore.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jun 18, 2015 Ryoku Light rated it liked it. I don't know if this is a series or not but but I kind of hope so. I did have some issues with it. The characters are very likable and I found myself worried about them and hoping they didn't bite it.

Fiends of the Eastern Front was a story published in the British comics anthology 2000 AD, created by Gerry Finley-Day and Carlos Ezquerra. The series mixed vampires into the general horror of the Eastern front. A diary found with an unearthed skeleton casts new light on a lost piece of history from World War II. It belongs to a young German soldier who was stationed on the Eastern Front alongside a group of Romanian soldiers who always fought at night.

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Fiends of the eastern front. twilight of the dead. fiends of the rising sun. FIENDS OF THE EASTERN FRONT created by Gerry Finley-Day and Carlos Ezquerra Judge dredd. 2000 AD" is a registered trademark in certain jurisdictions.

A young German soldier during World War II comes to realize that the Romanian soldiers with which the German air and ground forces have united are also vampires. Original.

Fiends of the Eastern Front 1: Operation Vampyr epub download

ISBN13: 978-1844162741

ISBN: 1844162745

Author: David Bishop

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Black Flame (December 27, 2005)

ePUB size: 1548 kb

FB2 size: 1899 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 672

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Nirn
One of the best series of Weird WWII books I've read. Much better than the graphic novel, although many similarities in the story line. There were also of course a fair share of main character fantastic escapes and charmed life situations, but they do not detract for the story or it's enjoyment. To me each of the three books offered some very interesting twists. This is one of my favorite Weird WWII series, so I can only recommend it.
Nirn
One of the best series of Weird WWII books I've read. Much better than the graphic novel, although many similarities in the story line. There were also of course a fair share of main character fantastic escapes and charmed life situations, but they do not detract for the story or it's enjoyment. To me each of the three books offered some very interesting twists. This is one of my favorite Weird WWII series, so I can only recommend it.
Mikale
Hans, Klaus and Ralf are all brothers fighting the Russians on the Eastern Front for Hitler during World War II. Hans, the youngest, is the most dedicated. Hitler and the 3rd Reich enthralls him. His other brothers have seen enough of war to know it's not all it's cut out to be. None of them are prepared for what they run into. Klaus, a pilot, wonders why the Rumanian pilots' canopies are black. How can they see? Ralf, in the Panzer division, finds dead Russians with bite marks on their necks. Hans of the Infantry sees wisps of smoke rise up and kill attacking Russian soldiers. What's going on?

Klaus finds out after he is shot down by a Rumanian plane and ends up in the hospital close to a Russian POW camp. What he sees horrifies him and he knows that he and his brothers must do something. But what? The monsters appear to be all-seeing, all-knowing but Ralf and Hans have seen enough to know that it must stop. So the brothers begin to plan. Will they be successful against Hauptman Constanta and his hoards?

David Bishop has written a plausible story of World War II from the point of the German soldiers who are more terrified of their supposed allies than they are of their enemies, the Russians. It's a well-written, scary little book that will keep you on the edge of your seat as you wonder what Constanta will think of next to torture not only the Russians, but also the German soldiers. If you like the unknown, this is the book for you.

Reviewed by Alice Holman

of The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers
Mikale
Hans, Klaus and Ralf are all brothers fighting the Russians on the Eastern Front for Hitler during World War II. Hans, the youngest, is the most dedicated. Hitler and the 3rd Reich enthralls him. His other brothers have seen enough of war to know it's not all it's cut out to be. None of them are prepared for what they run into. Klaus, a pilot, wonders why the Rumanian pilots' canopies are black. How can they see? Ralf, in the Panzer division, finds dead Russians with bite marks on their necks. Hans of the Infantry sees wisps of smoke rise up and kill attacking Russian soldiers. What's going on?

Klaus finds out after he is shot down by a Rumanian plane and ends up in the hospital close to a Russian POW camp. What he sees horrifies him and he knows that he and his brothers must do something. But what? The monsters appear to be all-seeing, all-knowing but Ralf and Hans have seen enough to know that it must stop. So the brothers begin to plan. Will they be successful against Hauptman Constanta and his hoards?

David Bishop has written a plausible story of World War II from the point of the German soldiers who are more terrified of their supposed allies than they are of their enemies, the Russians. It's a well-written, scary little book that will keep you on the edge of your seat as you wonder what Constanta will think of next to torture not only the Russians, but also the German soldiers. If you like the unknown, this is the book for you.

Reviewed by Alice Holman

of The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers
Alsantrius
The Third Reich has made a deal with the Devil. Well, close enough anyway. Rumanian soldiers seem to be doing a good job killing the Russian soldiers. So well that the Russian dead are found with terror on their faces. Why are the Rumanians only seen at night? Why are they so interested in learning how to fight with tanks and fly fighters?
Will they stay allies or do they have plans of their own?
World War Two and vampires are not a rare idea but David Bishop does a good job of making an old idea come out new again.
Buy it.
Alsantrius
The Third Reich has made a deal with the Devil. Well, close enough anyway. Rumanian soldiers seem to be doing a good job killing the Russian soldiers. So well that the Russian dead are found with terror on their faces. Why are the Rumanians only seen at night? Why are they so interested in learning how to fight with tanks and fly fighters?
Will they stay allies or do they have plans of their own?
World War Two and vampires are not a rare idea but David Bishop does a good job of making an old idea come out new again.
Buy it.
Duzshura
I was really excited to read this. In fact, I bought the big three-in-one trilogy Fiends of the Eastern Front, expecting to devour all three, but since I couldn't stand to read more than the first novel, I'm just writing a review for it.

First, there's no mystery in the book. Right away, the reader knows what's up and why. And I think the same could be said for the main characters, despite the occasional protest that they don't want to believe the obvious, which they do in a paragraph or two anyway.

Second, the vampires are stock. There's nothing new here except that they now wear Nazi uniforms and pilot tanks and planes.

I think there was and still may be lots of room for some good stories here, but this book didn't live up to the potential.
Duzshura
I was really excited to read this. In fact, I bought the big three-in-one trilogy Fiends of the Eastern Front, expecting to devour all three, but since I couldn't stand to read more than the first novel, I'm just writing a review for it.

First, there's no mystery in the book. Right away, the reader knows what's up and why. And I think the same could be said for the main characters, despite the occasional protest that they don't want to believe the obvious, which they do in a paragraph or two anyway.

Second, the vampires are stock. There's nothing new here except that they now wear Nazi uniforms and pilot tanks and planes.

I think there was and still may be lots of room for some good stories here, but this book didn't live up to the potential.
Ballagar
This definitely has the flavour of the strip I remember. Complete with the can come back from a speck of ash head vamp, Constanta. The pitched battle at the end, vamps v germans is most excellent. Running throughout all this, of course, is the horror of the actual historical panzer battle along the Eastern Front, with the accompanying infantry. Fans of both war and horror should enjoy this one.
Ballagar
This definitely has the flavour of the strip I remember. Complete with the can come back from a speck of ash head vamp, Constanta. The pitched battle at the end, vamps v germans is most excellent. Running throughout all this, of course, is the horror of the actual historical panzer battle along the Eastern Front, with the accompanying infantry. Fans of both war and horror should enjoy this one.
Kerahuginn
This book and the second one are works of art.They would make a great movie.I recommend the book,as well as book two,to anyone who likes horror novels with a little history sprinkled in.The way Mr. Bishops writes keeps you engrossed in the story and craving for more........like a blood-lust.His words makes your imagination take over and go wild.Can't wait for the third novel to come out...Ill b the first one to get it.
Kerahuginn
This book and the second one are works of art.They would make a great movie.I recommend the book,as well as book two,to anyone who likes horror novels with a little history sprinkled in.The way Mr. Bishops writes keeps you engrossed in the story and craving for more........like a blood-lust.His words makes your imagination take over and go wild.Can't wait for the third novel to come out...Ill b the first one to get it.