Vampire Fall of Atlanta (Clan Saga 1) (Clan Saga 1) (Clan Novel Saga) by Stewart Wieck PDF

A fun little book that chronicles the progression of an event through the POV of various characters related to it (perhaps tangentially).

On it's own, it's a fun book with a few flaws: first, since it's a reordering of a different series of novels it has several chapters that don't fit into the narrative now—instead setting up later plots that aren't resolved until other books if at all. It has a large cast of characters, though fortunately they have distinct names. It also leaves undefined a lot of terms that someone might know from the related RPG—personally I thought this gave a nice sense of mystery to the novels the first time I read them, but it can be confusing sometimes. (like, why do these Tzimisce and Tremere folks hate eachother so much?)

As an RPG supplement, it falls flat for the same reason white wolf's novels so often fall flat: it just flat-out ignores the rules. However, familiarity with the RPG materials certainly helps keep the story straight, and creates a very strong sense of tension beyond that of the novel.

I recommend it, but only if you like looking at stories-as-events-that-happen, period, because if you approach it from the perspective of stories-as-events-that-happen-to-and-are-driven-by-characters, you'll feel very disappointed with how often characters appear and then vanish never to return.
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