Communion by F.D. Gross
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I remember the first book fondly for being like a novelization of the old Castlevania game, fresh with gore, action, and pathos. The second went deeper into the worldbuilding of vampires, blood, and family, with almost a feeling of the eternal about it. (As well as hunting the hunters.)
The third and final book in the trilogy, however, was all about pathos. Wolfgang's quest to find and cure his turned son was everything an old school video game adventure that is part Victorian and Hellsing could ever hope to aspire.
This is very much a novel for those of us with a vampire quest on the mind. Quite enjoyable and satisfying.
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