It was supposed to be one night to blow off steam. But one thing led to another. One look across the dance floor. One sexy stranger invited home. One playful bite too many.
One night that changed Mina Sun's life. She wakes up to find she's a reluctant vampire caught in the middle of an ancient battle between opposing forces that both want a piece of her.
As she struggles to adapt to life as one of the undead, and come to terms with her unnatural thirst and unexpected hungers, a new threat arises – part terrifying myth, part half-forgotten legend.
This threat jeopardizes the precarious ceasefire between warring vampire factions, and puts everything she loves – her city, her family, her friends – in danger. Can Mina protect them from the darkness that's descending, and can she save herself?
Mina Sun needs to die. Despite being one of the undead already.
Too bad she’s a bit busy right now. Her best friend is missing. Her family is pestering her to visit. And she’s struggling to fit in with the group of vampires that invited her to join their conclave. These same vampires make their second thoughts clear in the whispers and sidelong glances when she enters the room.
But Mina doesn’t need their whispers to tell her she’s different. She hears it when her blood sings and feels it when her gut twists, fighting a losing battle against the monster inside. The monster she’s doomed to become.
And now bodies are turning up, sucked so dry they look like mummies. It’s not the gargoyles: they leave a mangled, gnawed-on corpse...if they leave a corpse at all.
Instead, a new evil stalks the night. The best clue to its identity are the dying words of a homeless man, raving about the reign of night, the death of light and a blade of darkness.
Can Mina unravel the riddle, find this new evil and save her friend without releasing the monster inside?
Mina Sun is still alive.
Well, undead actually.
Despite the monsters stalking the city’s alleys and shadowed spaces, she saved herself from her maker and her best friend Cam from the Herald of Night.
And Night still hasn't come.
But the Librarian thinks the final arcane weapon entangled with the legend of Night has appeared in the city.
Coincidence? Mina's a little too busy to care. Cam lies comatose, bound by an unknown magic, and unable to share whatever secrets she holds about the Herald or the coming of Night.
And Mina still has to settle things with her family and mother’s estate before she 'dies' herself. Jack promised to help her die and untangle herself from the bonds of family.
But Jack is missing, and disease spreads like tendrils of ink through the netherworld.
As Mina struggles to find a way to release Cam and retrieve Jack, she discovers a powerful bargaining chip. But using it might cost her her life. Or worse, her soul.
Can Mina save the people she loves without losing herself?
One look across the dance floor. One stranger invited home. One playful bite too many.
It's just supposed to be a night out for a bit of fun. But one thing leads to another. And Mina Sun's life is changed forever.
When Mina wakes up, all she wants is to get through the day – her uni classes and a shift at the tattoo shop – but she's plagued by a wicked headache and an unusual hunger.–
While she struggles to keep her life together, she realizes something is terribly wrong. It's only when she's cornered by a tenacious vampire that she comes face to face with just how wrong. Awakened to a world she never knew existed, she finds herself caught in the middle of an ancient battle. And both sides want a piece of her.
As Mina struggles to adapt to her new life, a new threat arises – part terrifying myth, part half-forgotten legend. An ancient creature that jeopardizes a precarious ceasefire between the warring vampire factions, and puts everything she loves – her city, her family, her friends – in danger.
Can Mina protect them from the darkness that's descending, and can she save herself?
Find out now in the complete Bloodborne Pathogens series!