In 1981, Strieber published The Hunger, a well-written tale of horror that featured the seductive vampire Miriam Blaylock. (It later became a cult film starring Catherine Deneuve, Susan Sarandon, and David Bowie.) In 2001, he continued Miriam's story with The Last Vampire, a novel that unfortunately fell far short of its predecessor. Despite that book's title, the plot left no doubt that there would be a sequel. Now comes this story, loosely based on the Hebrew folktale of Adam's first wife, the woman who abandoned him and spawned demons to roam the earth. After a very long sleep, Lilith awakens in a cave somewhere in the Egyptian desert. Upon satisfying her desperate craving for blood, she sets out to discover what has happened to her children, both vampire and human. Meanwhile, Paul Ward, a CIA agent and dedicated vampire slayer, tries to make a normal life for himself his wife, Becky and Ian, the son he sired with Miriam Blaylock. Lilith's awakening creates a crisis for Paul, Ian, and a mortal woman named Leo, who has tasted vampire blood. The convoluted plot is by turns interesting and absurd, with an emphasis on the latter.
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