The Highest Stakes
For the Children of Haqim, the Middle-Eastern vampires Europeans call Assamites, there can be no more important battle. Christian crusaders are amassed in Constantinople threatening the Muslim Egypt and the Holy Land. Harnessing their zeal is a powerful vampiric Templar who dreams of taking Jerusalem and destroying Clan Assamite.
Standing against him is Amala, a skilled Child of Haqim who finds herself drawn to the Templar and his pronouncements of divine sanction. Can one woman stop a crusade? Does she even want to?
Dark Ages: Assamite continues the epic thirteen part series of Dark Ages Clan Novels, chronicling a vast conflict among the vampires of the Middle Ages. The War of Princes rages.
Dark Ages Clan Novels
This series is an exploration of Cainite intrigue, set in a World of Epic Horror. In the tradition of the Vampire Clan Novel series, each installment focuses on a specific clan and the issues central to it in these fascinating and exciting times.
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Stefan Petrucha is the writer of Topp's acclaimed X-Files comic. His work on that series has been republished in six trade paperbacks in the United States and abroad. He also writes the adventures of Mickey Mouse & Co. for Egmont Publishing in Denmark. He is also the author of "The Treatment of Dr. Eberhardt" in White Wolf's Inherit the Earth anthology and of Tribe Novel: Uktena. His first novel, Making God, was published in 1997.
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