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Aniruddh Ghosh Ghosh 从 美国田纳西州杰利科 从 美国田纳西州杰利科

读者 Aniruddh Ghosh Ghosh 从 美国田纳西州杰利科

Aniruddh Ghosh Ghosh 从 美国田纳西州杰利科

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我一口气读完了,真是太神奇了……

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Madelaine de Montalia became a vampire in early 1700's France and has devoted her long life to archeology. In this novel, set 100 years later, she travels to Egypt as a member of a French archeological team, braving an environment that is hostile to Europeans, and especially to women. Her team is exploring an area of Egypt where the vampire Saint-Germain spent some centuries of his early life, first as a slave and later as a physician and priest, and his story is intertwined with her 19th-century experiences. This book has several fascinating scenes and is worth a read for fans of this series, but overall I was a little frustrated with it. Both storylines deserved a full-length novel and I felt particularly cheated of details of Saint-Germain's story.