Zen in the Art of Slaying Vampires
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How to control the bloodlust? How to find inner peace as the living dead? The Way of the Wooden Stake.
Death deals no mercy to one man who rises in a SoHo alleyway to find his lover dead and his own body ghastly transformed. Straining to overcome his murderous instincts through Zen meditation and blood deprivation, he is reclaimed by The Ministry, an underground society waging war against the undead.
Time and time again his will to resist is tested by the killers who demand his allegiance and the Zen masters who will burn him down at his first missed step. He strives to walk a tightrope between the living and the dead...to master himself, his hunger, and the way of the wooden stake.
The 25th anniversary revised author edition of LA Times best-selling author Steven-Elliot Altman’s controversial Zen in the Art of Slaying Vampires. Foreword by New York Times best-selling author Nancy Holder, author of Angel, Smallville, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer novels.
“I’ve got all the vampire books. My favorite one is Zen in the Art of Slaying Vampires. It’s a spiritual journey about facing the vampire within us. To deny the dark does nothing but give it more power. To embrace it and acknowledge it and see its purpose is what makes you whole.” (Sheryl Lee, actress, Laura Palmer from Twin Peaks)
“I liked the pathos of the lead characters and the way it’s wrapped in a world of mythology.” (Russell Mulcahy, director of Highlander and Resident Evil: Extinction)