Della Cambian was a senior in high school when she was struck by the family curse; vampirism. With the aid of the ancient known as Mentor, and harried by an aging millionaire with dreams of immortality, Del must find a way to prevent an evil that could endanger every natural vampire on Earth.
And what kind of vampire should she be? Does she have the innate violence to be a Predator? Does the future hold nothing but fear and loathing? Or will she embrace the Natural life like her parents, like her brother, and try, someway, to live as human?
What made the experience of listening to Legions of the Dark the most enjoyable?
I enjoyed learning about the author's imagination about vampire naturals, predators, and cravens. A unique twist on the vampire mythos.
What did you like best about this story?
I liked that it had several pairs of characters whose story lines weaved together nicely. Mentor was my favorite character. I look forward to hearing more about him in future books.
Have you listened to any of Marshall Bean’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
The narrator has a very deep, dark, rich voice. Adds a level of texture to the story telling.