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  • Are you still interested in "Vlad" without the vampire connection?

    Sorry ‘Twilight’ Fans: ‘Vlad’ Won’t Play With Vampires » MTV Movies Blog

  • Told in the best first person prose I've had the pleasure of reading, it feels as though Vlad is sitting across the table from you and telling you about his adventures.

    MIND MELD: The Best Sword & Sorcery Stories

  • In this volume, Vlad is on the run, driven from home by a political struggle that demands that he choose a side even though he strenuously resists it.

    Boing Boing

  • The other thing about Vlad is that he grows, from an immature punk in the first couple volumes -- books that captivated the teen me perfectly -- into the rapidly wisening exile that we meet in Jhegala.

    Boing Boing

  • "Vlad is aggressive, and it was a tough read, and it was behind him, and I thought he thought the ball was a little further out there than it was," Scioscia said.

    Bay's homer sparks visiting Red Sox to win over Angels

  • '' Vlad is aggressive, and it was a tough read, and it was behind him, and I thought he thought the ball was a little further out there than it was, '' Scioscia said.

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  • "We just have to do a better job when we get runners in scoring position since Vlad is out," Kennedy said.

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  • "We are used to seeing what he can do everyday, but Vlad is just amazing," Angels catcher Bengie Molina said.

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  • Despite not wanting to overwhelm the Internet (s) with too many Russians in too short a time, Vlad is really a nomad, as we all know, no more or less a Russian than I am a humvee.

    Gods | Miette's Bedtime Story Podcast

  • "We've been lucky to contain Vlad the last couple nights, until later in the game today," McKeon said.

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