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Alex Van Helsing: Voice of the Undead

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4/5 (6 Bewertungen)
Länge:
237 Seiten
3 Stunden
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jul 26, 2011
ISBN:
9780062084422
Format:
Buch

Beschreibung

Now that Alex is in the know about the deadly vampires that live—and hunt—around his boarding school, everything is different. Putting his talents to use, Alex is training with the Polidorium to become a vampire hunter, just like his Van Helsing ancestors. Sure, he’s only fourteen, but c’mon: This runs in his blood.

But Alex is wondering if he’ll live long enough to succeed. His archnemesis Elle, a vampire whose youthful appearance and blond hair disguise a rage that’s directed at him, is out to get him before a powerful leader called Ultravox arrives on the scene. Ultravox specializes in assassinations, but who is he targeting? As he dodges Elle’s attacks, Alex is on a mission to uncover Ultravox’s deadly plan before his friends and his school become collateral damage. There’s no time to report back; innocent lives hang in the balance, and it’s on Alex to act now—or else.

Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jul 26, 2011
ISBN:
9780062084422
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

Jason Henderson is the author of Alex Van Helsing: Vampire Rising, which was named Best of 2010 by VOYA, and Alex Van Helsing: Voice Of The Undead. He has written for games and comic books, including the Activision game Wolfenstein, the vampire action comic series Sword of Dracula, and the manga series Psy-Comm.


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  • (4/5)
    In the second book in the series, Alex and his friends from school have to relocate to the LaLaurie girls school following a fire that is sort of Alex's fault. At the same time a new vampire known as UltraVox has come to Geneva and is on a secret mission that includes getting rid of Alex. These books are a lot of fun for kids. I think boys and girls would like them. They are also OK for tweens since the characters are 14 years old. Great fun, quick reads.
  • (4/5)
    I thought I'd reviewed this, but I hadn't. I'm not sure why I like this series, but I do. There's something cute/endearing about it. The vampires are the proper creepy pants kind and there's all sorts of intrigue and violence, plus the main character is a boy and it's a nice change from all the girls falling in love with vampires books. Also, this book throws a nice twist in, and there's a tiny bit of romance, but not the hit you over the head kind. I like it, I like Alex himself and I think that Henderson's writing is interesting, if not the best I've read. It's more Alex Rider than, say, Dracula, but that's okay. It works well.
  • (5/5)
    What is it like to be the great, great, great grandson of the famous vampire slayer Van Helsing? Well, it's exciting! Alex Van Helsing is bacon the hunt for vampires. As a student/agent of the Polidorium, a multinational organization, head-quartered at Lake Geneva. Like his grandfather, Alex has a vampires as his main nemesis. Hiding out amongst other teens at Glenarvon Academy, he passes himself off as just another kid attending a private school.As the vampire Elle and the Scholomance come after him, he realizes that his friends will be endanger. He had almost lost friends before and he couldn't let it come down to that again. With the recent fire at his school Alex and the other boys must move into the neighboring girls school, LaLaurie. With the help of Sangster, his mentor and the Polidoruim, Alex must stop Ultavox, a leader of the Scholomance with a deadly viral voice. But, this may all end with the arrival of Alex's parents. They are concerned and want him to come home. Well, his mother wants him to come home because she fears he is in danger and his father feels he will be fine in the hands of the Polidorium. It really didn't matter to Alex one way or the other, he was going to stay. He has to in order to stop Ultravox and Ell from spreading a deadly virus at LaLaurie.This novel is the second installment of a series written by Jason Henderson. This is an excellent book for all teens but especially boys. It has monsters and excitement to keep them turning the pages and wanting more. If you missed Vampire Rising, you can still follow along with Voice of the Undead, each book can stand all on its own.