Greg Cox Len Wiseman Kevin Grevioux
- Title: Underworld: Blood Enemy
- Author: Greg Cox Len Wiseman Kevin Grevioux
- ISBN: 9780743480727
- Page: 142
- Format: Mass Market Paperback
BEFORE UNDERWORLD, THE WAR RAGED ON For untold centuries, a secret conflict has been waged between two immortal rivals The vampires ageless aristocrats with a sensual appetite for blood and luxury Among their ranks are the Death Dealers, an elite corps of the undead sworn to the destruction of their ancestral enemies.The werewolves feral warriors capable oBEFORE UNDERWORLD, THE WAR RAGED ON For untold centuries, a secret conflict has been waged between two immortal rivals The vampires ageless aristocrats with a sensual appetite for blood and luxury Among their ranks are the Death Dealers, an elite corps of the undead sworn to the destruction of their ancestral enemies.The werewolves feral warriors capable of transforming into hellish beasts of unearthly power and ferocity Once the faithful servants of the vampires, the savage lycans now fight toothand claw against their former masters.Throughout history, the clandestine war has been fought in the shadows of the mortal world And the seeds of this destructive conflict were sown long ago, when a courageous lycan daredto lose his heart to a beautiful vampire princess.
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In Underworld Blood Enemy are the events before the first book. It tells you the reason why the Vampires fought the Werewolves. this is the story seen from the Vampire perspective. The film Underworld: Rise of the Lycans sees the event from their perspective. It is a very good story.
Different than the movie, better story than the movie.
Stop Spoiler!!! Alright. This book was entertaining. Umm. I thought about giving this book a 4 but then I thought about it some more, I decided to give this book a 5 star. The reason why I wanted to give this book a 4 star was because Selene and Michael weren't in the book. The only reason I wanted to read the book was because of those two characters. I saw the cover of the book and thought "oh this is great book 2 has Selene on the front cover, how fantastic". But the truth is that she is menti [...]
As someone who has totally enjoyed the Underworld franchise of movies and a couple of the movie tie-in books as well this was a good chance to find out answers to some of the questions raised in my mind over the course of the 4 films.Be aware this book starts out in 2002 then goes back in time to the 1200's where Lucien's tale is told and the war between Lycans and Vampires began. It skips back and forth but is still easy to follow as those skips are not close together at all.As others have poin [...]
For the most part the book follows the storyline set forth in the second movie, but the book also includes far more material than depicted in the film. The first 150 pages are dedicated to almost nonstop action. Battle after battle will have the story flying by at a good clip. When the action settles down the romance begins and the author lays out the story between Lucian and an Elders daughter. Of course in the end the love story ends poorly for the two, but no good deed goes unpunished.The boo [...]
I love the "Underworld" movies so I was interested quickly in this book as the movies gave just enough history for you to sink your teeth into while leaving things open.Instead I found this book intolerably rough reading and I had to drag myself through it. The print was smaller than normal since the book was so big and as one of my co-workers said they had to do it since there is so much back-history to cover, which I can agree with. Another thing that made the book so long was that the book wa [...]
still havent seen the movies but this differed from the first book cause its in a medieval setting and tells the story of Lucian and Sonya. there's some flashforwards as well w/ Selene, but most of it takes place in like the 1200s. I actually felt sorry for Lucian after reading this while in the first book he was just the enemy. and Viktor is definitely a jerk, who's responsible for Sonya's death. Soren pops up as well as Kraven, and details surface that clear up matters in the first book. an ok [...]
Although this book read quite well, I have no idea in my wildest dreams why it exists It could go under the misnomer of a 'prequel' (and just why in hell do they even exist?), but as a #2 novel it was a meaningless piece of superfluous blathering.All this book served to do was go into detail about something that had already happened. Work it out? I can't.Maybe a money making exercise for those who can't read and have an imagination deficit?
This is a novel that Greg Cox wrote before "Rise of the Lycans" was commissioned, I believe. It tells the story of the vampire-lycan war prior to the Underworld series of books and films, and although this is a good book and a good read, it shouldn't be confused with Underworld the franchise. The book "Rise of the Lycans" is the official prequal to Underworld, "Blood Enemy" is not.
This book was better than I expected it to be. I always wondered how Lucian and Sonja's relationship got started and now we know. I wish that it didn't flip back to the present day because I thought it disrupted the flow of it.Craven was an annoying lacky while Soren was ostracized because of what happened, so now we know why Soren gave his allegiance to Craven.
Though I thoroughly enjoyed the first few novels, this last one changed what actually happened in the other books. I was excited to learn more about Viktor's family, the story line does not follow that of the others. It makes it very awkward to read since this is the prequel, but was released after the other novels.
One notch below the other two Underworld books. I liked the way it bounced back and forth between time periods but I would have liked it much better if there was more focus on the present. The big finale was good but it would have been better with more build up and less meandering in the past.
This book was my favorite in the series. It goes back in time to when the Lycan were the bodyguards/slaves of the Vampires. It tells the story of Viktors daughter and the head Lycan, Lucian. It's been a long time since I read this book but they are making this into a movie, so I can't wait.
I loved this book. I read it after having watched "Rise of the Lycans", but the book is NOTHING LIKE the movie. I definitely prefer the book version of events. It's a short book, so if you are looking for a good story you can get through quickly, this is definitely one I would recommend.
This book is pretty much the same as Rise of the lycans,there is more to it but if you've read Rise of the lycans parts of this book will feel repetative. I expected more but enjoyed it anyway
I loved it
Very "Romeo and Juliet"-esque. Adds a nice prequel story to the underworld movie. Good characters overall, though the female characters tend to be a bit weak.
all three/four books in these series were not relatede story was ok but i kept getting confused
I never expected a novelization of a movie would be this good!
good book 2 but i don't think they have the movie for this one
3 Stars -Underworld: Blood Enemyis an urban fantasy by Greg Cox and a non-canon prequel to the Underworld series.
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