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Walk Among Us

By Genevieve Gornichec & Cassandra Khaw &
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Publisher Description

One of the most popular role-playing properties in the world gets new life with this trio of horror novellas set in Vampire: The Masquerade's World of Darkness by three brilliant talents: Genevieve Gornichec, Cassandra Khaw, and Caitlin Starling

The subtle horror and infernal politics of the World of Darkness are shown in a new light in Vampire: The Masquerade: Walk Among Us, an audio-first collection of three novellas that show the terror, hunger, and power of the Kindred as you've never seen them before.

In Genevieve Gornichec's A SHEEP AMONG WOLVES, performed by Erika Ishii, depression and radicalization go hand-in-hand as a young woman finds companionship in the darkness...

In Cassandra Khaw's FINE PRINT, performed by Neil Kaplan, an arrogant tech bro learns the importance of reading the fine print in the contract for immortality...

And in Caitlin Starling's THE LAND OF MILK AND HONEY, performed by Xe Sands, ideals and ethics bump heads with appetite on a blood farm.

Three very different stories from three amazing, distinct voices, but all with one thing in common: the hunger never stops, and for someone to experience power, many others are going to have to feel pain.

8 Reviews

“Overall a decent compilation of three novellas. Two were definitely World of Darkness. The other one was not really. The Fine Print by Cassandra Khaw was a delightfully macabre and darkly funny take on the brief. An arrogant tech bro discovers that immortality comes with a price tag. The Land of Milk and Honey by Caitlin Starling - who is becoming one of my favourite authors - was the best of the three in my opinion. Set on a carefully set up 'blood farm' where the livestock ie humans don't know that they are the product, this is a mixture of moral ambiguity, animal husbandry and betrayal. Can vampires or humans really defy there natures? A Sheep among Wolves by Genevieve Gornichec was the only weak offering. The story itself wasn't terrible but the MC was annoyingly helpless. While it was understandable it wasn't exactly enjoyable to read. The fact that she only stirs herself to do anything when it's to perpetuate acts of increasing nastiness is also infuriating. I have literally no idea why she is embraced at the end because she's got to be the last person anyone would want hanging around for eternity. This read as if someone wrote a 'woke' vampire story and tacked WoD onto it. Didn't read as nuanced and complex as WoD is and fell rather flat. Overall this is worth reading for Khaw and Starling's offerings. Feel free to skip the first novella.”

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