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It is Book 11 in the original clan novel saga, and was published in April It was written by Gherbod Fleming, who provided five of the thirteen novels in the set. The Sabbat is preparing to assault and take over Baltimore. We primarily follow the Brujah Archon, Theo Bell, who leads the patrols and defense teams.
With the chatter among the troops, we also get some of the brightest moments of humor that provide that cathartic moment of release before plunging back into danger. He struggles with the strategic sacrifices that are required, while maintaining a brave face to preserve morale. The message is shown to the resident Malkavians in Baltimore, whereupon they promptly go mad and destroy themselves.
The Sabbat leader in Washington, D. Unfortunately, this neither builds on nor pays off a theme. Another entry in the catalog of missed opportunities is the Brujah Archon Julius. He was captured in Atlanta and unceremoniously hauled off to be tortured at the same time as Victoria. Archon Theo Bell and Justicar Pascek do not seem to be perturbed by a major asset being missing, nor do they appear particularly motivated to avenge what is likely an off-screen death. Even with these two sour notes one on-screen and one off , this remains one of the better efforts in the saga.
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