The Saga of Darren Shan Pack x 12

From the author of Zom-B: the chilling, thrilling vampire series that started it all. Twilight it is not! A boy called Darren Shan goes to the circus one day: the Cirque Du Freak. It’s a bizarre freak show of ghoulish performers. Until true terror raises its head…. Turned into a vampire by the sinister Mr Crepsley, Darren Shan dies – and resurrects. Step into his secret world of visions, nightmares and miracles. Come to the Cirque Du Freak – and get ready to die of excitement!

  • Cult vampire fiction by the author of Zom-B and The Demonata
  • Darren Shan is one of the biggest names in teen horror
  • Hugely successful series published in 30 languages

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  • loved it

    Absolutely loved these books I read them all one after the other and Couldn’t put them down the demonata series by Darren shan are also really good.

    30 March 2015

  • loved it

    these books are great scary but with lots of action.

    7 March 2013

  • I Watched The Film ‘The Vampire’s Assistant’ Without Knowing There Were Books! I Really Wanna Read Them…The Film Was Awesome, But Then Again Anything That Features The Talents Of Josh Hutcherson (Steve) Has Simply Gotta B Amazing!

    2 March 2013

  • loved it

    I love these books. It’s so tragic at the end. My heart was shattered! Read these. You have to. I’m going to read these books again, I swear…

    25 November 2012

  • liked it

    My older brother told me to read them, at first i thought i would not like them, but they are great stories. Loved the first one by far.

    16 May 2012

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    Darren Shan

    Darren Shan is a master of fear. Terror flows like blood from his pen. Creating horror is what he lives for, and nightmares are his speciality… One of the top horror writers in the UK today, with both adult and children’s titles to his name, Darren’s books are often to be found at the top of bestseller lists!


    Darren Shan’s awards include the Wyoming Soaring Eagle award for Cirque du Freak, and the Redbridge Teenage Book Award for Lord Loss.

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