The highly popular tabletop RPG (role-playing game) Vampire: The Masquerade is getting an audio first book trilogy starting this summer titled Vampire: The Masquerade: Walk Among Us. Set in the World of Darkness, the series allows players to take on a young brooding vampire living in a society of their vampires known as Kindreds. The groups are broken down further into sects and clans. 

Vampire: The Masquerade has expanded pas the confines of simply a tabletop RPG over the last few years. It has been made into a video game, a Twitch web series L.A. By Night from Geek and Sundry, and much more. The worldbuilding is done so well that creating stories within it are easy and engaging for players. 

The Vampire: The Masquerade trilogy will be written by Genevieve Gornichec, Cassandra Khaw, and Caitlin Starling. The narration portion will be done by Erika Ishii, a current player in Geek and Sundry’s web series, Xe Sands, and Neil Kaplan. The three novels are titled, A Sheep Among WolvesFine Print and Land of Milk and Honey.

Vampire: The Masquerade: Walk Among Us is set to release on June 16, 2020.

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The official synopsis: The subtle horror and infernal politics of the World of Darkness are shown in a new light in VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE: WALK AMONG US, spotlighting the terror, hunger, and power of the Kindred as they’ve never been seen before.

In A SHEEP AMONG WOLVES by Genevieve Gornichec, depression and radicalization go hand-in-hand as a young woman finds companionship in the darkness… In FINE PRINT by Cassandra Khaw, an arrogant tech bro learns the importance of reading the fine print in the contract for immortality… And in LAND OF MILK AND HONEY by Caitlin Starling, ideals and ethics bump heads with appetite on a blood farm. Three very different stories from three brilliant, distinct voices, but all with one thing in common: the hunger never stops, and for someone to experience the power, many others are going to have to feel pain.



Julia Roth
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