Varney the Vampire by James Malcolm Rymer download in ePub, pdf, iPad
Thinks the best way to deal with a vampire is to meet him by himself at midnight in order to duel him, despite knowing that Varney can kick everyone's ass usually. Varney can be revived from death if moonbeams touch him, but he can be fought and hurt by normal means. Is just there to be menaced and fought over. In one of these, a medical student named Dr.
In a hilarious scene, he calls Varney a vampire to his face, and is made to look like an idiot despite it being true. This book is the length of ten novels, and the author frantically crams things in day to day it seems. Is upstaged by everyone else.
It must run in the family. He and Bell have this weird bromance going on, where they insult each other horribly but can't live without each other. If you read it, it's a good book to make you fall asleep by. His first appearance is frightening, but sadly he devolves as a character as they try to explain him away. He actually has a personality because he knows Bell and keeps bringing up the past, and feels more like a real character.
He also shoots Varney, during a duel. He's Charles's uncle, who gets drawn in when Marchdale tries to get him to drive Charles away by telling him Charles is going to marry a vampire's victim. He starts as a vampire, but ends as sort of a frankenstein's monster.
If this book was the length of Dracula and better edited, he would be an interesting character. He's the only reason to read this. It's a tremendously long read that you will skim by the end, and not pleasurable enough to do so. He tries to save himself, but is unable to do so. Bell is too stupid for this plan to work.
It's actually horrific, because the guy tries to flee and fight, and is just borne down by numbers and killed. Marchdale, lives with the Bannerworths in early chapters.
You'll never, ever get to the end in one sitting, and it can be pretty good in random chapters. Is engaged to Charles Holland and her brother is Henry.
Also has the personality of a block of wood. Or rather that it changes or gets distracted so often that it doesn't matter. Sadly though, the plot drags him down, too. But you are't missing a thing by skipping this, even if you like vampires so much you own vampire underwear.
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