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Author: Whitley Strieber
ISBN13: 978-0743451536
Title: Lilith's Dream: A Tale of the Vampire Life
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Publisher: Pocket Star (September 30, 2003)

Lilith's Dream: A Tale of the Vampire Life by Whitley Strieber

Home Whitley Strieber Lilith’s Dream: A Tale of the Vampire Life. Liliths dream a tale o. .Lilith’s Dream: A Tale of the Vampire Life, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36. Also by Whitley Strieber. When Lilith stopped, the beetles curled their legs beneath them and the shrews tucked their noses into their breasts. The jackals went back beneath the shrub where they shaded themselves, and the droning of the bees grew low. A memory came to her, of walking narrow streets when the shadows were long and the grinders were lying at rest in their mud houses. Her life revolved around these curious memories-indeed, they felt more alive than the vespers of the days. This life was the dream; the flashes of memory, the shimmering dreams-they were her real life.

But she knows nothing about the modern world. especially certain very special men. The instant she sees young Ian Ward, she knows that he is part vampire himself. She knows that Ian, if he ever tastes human blood, will belong to her forever. With Lilith's Dream Whitley Strieber has created a vampire so original and a story so new that he has virtually invented a new genre.

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still some life left in vampire saga. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. I enjoyed this novel a lot more than other vampire novels, chiefly because Strieber is such a good writer. This novel may not be terribly original, but it has some of the most vivid writing I have ever read, especially in the descriptions of Lilith's attempts to deal with the modern world; not only that, it doesn;t rely on gore to deliver the thrills, though it does have its horrific moments

Author: Whitley Strieber. Genres: Other Books; Status: Completed.

About book: It still seemed slow, as the screen changed from image to image. When she had calmed down enough to explore her new surroundings, she had understood that the SONY wasn’t a window, but rather that it contained thousands upon thousands of pictures painted in such extraordinary detail that they seemed real. Although there was writing involved in human life as well, this seemed the more important means of communication. Using the clock that she’d found on the wrist of the woman who had occupied this chamber, she had counted 750 of the pictures in half a circuit of the sweep hand across its face.

An ancient vampire, beautiful beyond words.

A young man drawn to her by a power beyond his understanding.

A father searching for his lost son.

New York Times bestselling author Whitley Strieber continues the legacy he began with The Hunger and The Last Vampire in an extraordinary new novel of everlasting life, undying love, and Lilith -- first wife to Adam in the Garden of Eden, and matriarch of the vampire race....

Reviews: 7
I love Whitley Strieber's books. I've ready them all, even the hard-to-find ones, and I can safely say this is one surprised me. It's just as good as the book's two predecessors (The Hunger and The Last Vampire), but it blows the whole thing wide open by giving us the vampire's point of view. You can't help but fall in love with Lilith. But amazingly, you love her because she, too, is a living, complicated being.

If you're looking for the fantastic action and sexy mystique Whitley's books are famous for, you won't be disappointed. But this particular book goes down paths no other book in the genre has travelled before. It's an odd path, but it works. And it just may open your mind a bit, too.
interesting writer,liked The Wolfen very much
Good Story just a bit slow.
This book and the previous book "The Last Vampire" were both terribly disappointing after reading "The Hunger." The Hunger was a great read which made me want to read more. Don't bother. Neither book make any sense at all...
Great sequel to The Hunger!!
The Last Vampire was a much better story. This one did not start off where the other one ended, it leaves the reader a little confused as to happened to Miri. The last book said she survived and this one said she was killed, I got the feeling Whitley Strieber had no passion when writing this book.
It is a shame, because this man CAN write. He DOES have enviable imagingation. But Strieber has sold his soul to Hollywood. His second book in the series, "The Last Vampire" was pretty good, and he sold the rights for movie production (see the book's back flap.) Apparently, "Lillith" is an attempt at a sequel to that. It was filled with enough action-horror-film elements to impress a 14 year old boy. One can see the author's struggle to tell a passionate story colliding with his desire to make a cheap-**s movie script.
The first two books in the series describe his vampire (Miriam) as a horrifying thing to be loved and feared, but she had dignity. She had an agenda that never slipped. This Lillith chick is just that--a chick with fangs. She doesn't know whether to enjoy her food or feel sorry for it. She doesn't know whether she is a creator or a monster. By the end of the book, neither do I!
Lilith wakes up from a millennium long sleep in a cave in Egypt to find that the world has changed since the vampire created the human race. She finds that the rest of her kind is dead, slain by vampire hunter Paul Ward who has vampire blood flowing through his arteries. His son Ian is the product of a mating with a full blood vampire Miriam Blaylock. Paul watches him closely for he knows that if he turns, he will have to kill his son.

In New York, at a rock concert, Lilith connects with the last vampire Leo Patterson and Ian. The two women immediately know each other for what they are and they kidnap Ian in the hopes of turning him so that their race will promulgate and once again roam the earth. Paul and his wife follow them, determined to save their son or die trying.

This is last book in the vampire series that began with THE HUNGER and it is a haunting work that will thrill fans of horror by allowing readers to empathize with beings wanting to turn us into fodder as they react to their own biological imperatives. Whitley Strieber has written a fast-paced supernatural thriller that deserves at least a Bram Stoker nomination if not the award.

Harriet Klausner