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Greetings all. I'm in kind of a Vampire mood these days. About a year ago I played through Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines and loved it, and recently tried out Redemption off GOG.com for $3. Now I'm kinda in a vampire craze again and wonder what anyone could recommend in good vampire books. I have two sort of guidelines of what I'd be interested in:
1) What I liked so much about VtMB was the idea of vampire society and being hidden in plain sight (which I've always thought was a cool theme in any fiction, i.e. X-Men). So books with that sort of story would be good ideas. Not too interested in old school vampire books or ones focusing on the singular, antagonistic Dracula archetype (although on my last vampire bender I read Stephen King's 'Salem's Lot and loved it, so who knows). Modern times a plus, if it wasn't implied.
2) I'm also currently flipping through the New World of Darkness and Vampire: The Requiem game books, and I know there are books based off this world (and the old WoD/VtM) and wonder if any of them are good. Not a whole lot of expectations here, though. I tried reading one clan story from the oWoD and couldn't really keep myself focused on it. Wouldn't mind giving it another shot though.