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Summary

When a floating city becomes the target of a rash of vampire attacks, only one man can restore the oasis.

"The City," a tiny metropolis of a few hundred sheltered citizens floating serenely on a seemingly random course a few feet above the ground, has long been thought safe from the predation of marauding monsters. It seemed like a paradise.

A paradise shattered when an invasion of apparent vampires threatens the small haven. While the Vampire Hunter known only as "D" struggles to exterminate the scourge, a former denizen of the city, the attractive Raleigh Knight, and the brash John M. Brassalli Pluto VIII seize control of the city lurching it onto a new and deadly course. D's travails are just beginning.

Adapted from the novel and produced with a full cast of actors, immersive sound effects and cinematic music!

Performed by Scott McCormick, David Cui Cui, Christopher Graybill, Alex Hill-Knight, David Jourdan, Joey Sourlis, Samantha Turret, Holly Adams, Terence Aselford, James Lewis, Dawn Ursula, Stephanie Németh-Parker, Dan Delgado, Ian Putnam, Michael John Casey, Wyn Delano, Eric Messner, and Steve Wannall.

©2021 Hideyuki Kikuchi; Yoshitaka Amano (P)2022 Graphic Audio LLC

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  • 09-07-22

really picking up

I've always felt the first and third book were 'just okay" more or less. but book two and four is when it really starts picking up. I'm really enjoying the performance and the quality and the soundtrack. definitely worth picking up. i hope all 30 books get the graphic audio treatment.