A classic tale of love, the battle between good and evil, and the cursed life of an unwilling vampire.
Jander Sunstar is a gold elf, noble beyond all human belief. He is also a five hundred year old vampire. Torn by rage and grief at the loss of his mortality and of the woman he has come to love and care for, Jander is transported into the nightmare realm of Ravenloft, where he ganes the attention of Barovia's master, Count Strahd von Zarovich. But can Jander trust this elegant fellow vampire once he discovers that his own quest for revenge is linked to the dark heritage of the count's domain?
Christie Golden is the award-winning author of twenty-seven novels and over a dozen short stories in the fields of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. Vampire of the Mists was her first novel, launching both her career and the Ravenloft novel line in 1991. Over the next few years, Golden went on to write several original fantasy novels, as well as A.D. 999, written under the pen name of Jadrien Bell. A.D. 999 won the Colorado Author's League Top Hand Award for Best Genre Novel of 1999.
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