Khalil Ravanna, a neonate of the Ravnos clan, is under orders to pursue Hesha, a Setite who has duped Khalil ever since he arrived in Calcutta. Khalil seeks revenge, but dares not anger his master, the great Hazimel, who has plans for his Eye now that it surveys the World of Darkness.One Million Words of Terror.It began with Clan Novel: Toreador. This book, Clan Novel: RavKhalil Ravanna, a neonate of the Ravnos clan, is under orders to pursue Hesha, a Setite who has duped Khalil ever since he arrived in Calcutta. Khalil seeks revenge, but dares not anger his master, the great Hazimel, who has plans for his Eye now that it surveys the World of Darkness.One Million Words of Terror.It began with Clan Novel: Toreador. This book, Clan Novel: Ravnos, is the seventh of a 13-book series concerning the Kindred the hugest event ever in the World of Darkness.From small details to grand spectacles, this epic series of over one million words reveals the secrets of this hidden world through the eyes of individuals on both sides of a great conflict. The continued existence of all Kindred, from the youngest neonate to the eldest Methuselah, hangs in the balance....
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Halil's parts were brilliant, the main mythos parts a bit weak
This was one of my favorite of the Clan Novel series, although I did not read them all. Twinned with the Setite clan novel (also by the same author), I would recommend you read it before you read this one, as I read them around the other way, I'm sorry to say.The main characters are great and the plot does well in setting a Ravnos story. Khalil Ravanna is by far a great example of his clan, clever and conniving and always having to work his way out of his own misfortune.A great book in the vampire series, and a 1st class example of the Ravnos world.
The read was just okay for me. I think I may have enjoyed this more if I had read it at the height of my Vampire: the Masquerade craze. Or maybe if I'd read all the other volumes in the series before this one. So far, I'd only read Gangrel, and Ravnos is already the seventh in the series of Clan Novels. It's also been a long time since I'd read anything VtM (except Clan Novel: Anthology a couple or so months back), so I can't remember much of it anymore. Overall okay, but not a particularly memorable read for me.
A great book, in continuation of the events in Setite. Khalil Ravana both exemplifies and subverts the merry pickpocket Ravnos archetype. He really is a merry thief, but he is also one of the most monstrous vampires I have ever had the pleasure of reading about.Kathleen Ryan is a good author, and I feel it is a pity that she did not write more for White Wolf during her time there.
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Better then expected.I'm really not a Ravnos fan, but it is a good book.
Deception and trickery are the ways of the coward. Even among monsters there should be honor.
This is a fantastic series if you are a fan or player of the Vampire the Masquerade Table Top game. I gave it a 3 because I don't recomend this series to those who are not.