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By Christopher Pike | Comments: ( 709 ) | Date: ( Mar 28, 2020 )

Alisa has spent the past five thousand years as a vampire, living alone and fighting for survival In her loneliness, Alisa cannot resist bringing Teri a descendant of her human family into her life But Alisa is surrounded by death and destruction, and just by knowing Alisa, Teri s life is at risk Alisa s guilt grows when she becomes involved in a dangerous conspiracy AAlisa has spent the past five thousand years as a vampire, living alone and fighting for survival In her loneliness, Alisa cannot resist bringing Teri a descendant of her human family into her life But Alisa is surrounded by death and destruction, and just by knowing Alisa, Teri s life is at risk Alisa s guilt grows when she becomes involved in a dangerous conspiracy A top secret group knows Alisa s secret and will stop at nothing to use her powers for their cause As Alisa desperately tries to protect herself and Teri from the unknown enemy, she discovers a force powerful and lethal than anything she has ever seen Alisa doesn t know who to trust, who to challenge, or who she will become.

  • Title: Thirst No. 3: The Eternal Dawn
  • Author: Christopher Pike
  • ISBN: 9781442413177
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Christopher Pike

Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of Kevin McFadden He is a bestselling author of young adult and children s fiction who specializes in the thriller genre.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name McFadden was born in New York but grew up in California where he stills lives in today A college drop out, he did factory work, painted houses and programmed computers before becoming a recognized author Initially unsuccessful when he set out to write science fiction and adult mystery, it was not until his work caught the attention of an editor who suggested he write a teen thriller that he became a hit The result was Slumber Party 1985 , a book about a group of teenagers who run into bizarre and violent events during a ski weekend After that he wrote Weekend and Chain Letter All three books went on to become bestsellers.

Comments Thirst No. 3: The Eternal Dawn

  • lisa

    i need to write an actual lj post about this, because WHAT THE FUCKING SHIT, CHRISTOPHER PIKE? but i'll try to write a real review first.1. he doesn't explain how the fuck there can be a sequel until 100 pages in. this might not be a big deal, except the original series literally ends with vampires having never existed, so i spent the first hundred pages trying to figure out what year it was and how much of canon was being ignored.2. my boyfriend's writing has not really improved, which i wouldn [...]

  • RainbowPotato

    So did the last book just not happen and she's a vampire again? Or what? I don't understand how there can be a volume 3

  • LiteraryObsession

    Christopher Pike's The Last Vampire series was one of my favorite things to read as a youngster. I purchased each book as it hit the shelves and devoured them gleefully. I was so terribly unhappy that the series ended in The Last Vampire: Creatures of Forever. That said, however, the ending of that book, the end of the series, was perfect. All the loose ends were tied up into a nice little bow. All questions answered. It was over.Imagine my surprise (and from what I've seen by poking around the [...]

  • Jennifer Jensen (Literally Jen)

    I wasn't originally planning on reviewing this book, but I have a lot to say about it. Seeing as it's 2a.m. and I just spent the last 2-3 hours finishing this book, I'm going to go seethe about some things for a bit and write tomorrow when I have simmered down.**UPDATE**If you are reading this, I sincerely hope it is because you have already read Thirst No. 1: The Last Vampire, Black Blood, Red Dice, Thirst No. 2: Phantom, Evil Thirst, Creatures of Forever, and Thirst No. 3: The Eternal Dawn. Th [...]

  • Aileen

    WOAH!! Christopher Pike has PLAYED WITH YOUR MIND!!!! In Thirst 3 you find that the fun has NOT stopped!! Sita is still around!! So is Seymour, and sooooo much else!! You learn more about her maker, Yaksha, her descendent Teri, and just so much else!! I LOVED this book!! I want more!! It was too good for words!! It had you on the edge of your seat from the very beginning and left you CRAVING more just like he did in his other thirst novels!! I cannot WAIT to read the next one, it is like a physi [...]

  • Makiya

    Am I the only one who forgets that they have a , lol?

  • Mandy

    I'm happy I have continued with this series because I like how Christopher helps me visualize the vampires and the humans clearly:) I'm excited to sink my fangs (haha) into the next book!

  • PurplyCookie

    "The Last Vampire 7: The Eternal Dawn"Even after a decade, I love that Pike was still able to capture the spirit of the series.When I found out that "The Last Vampire" series was being re-released as "Thirst" I just had to reread the series from the start. My big concern was getting through "The Last Vampire 6: Creatures of Forever" again. It had always felt forced to me--like Pike was told he had to conclude the series and move on--or that someone else had written it, except for the epilogue. B [...]

  • Ksenia

    What. The. Heck? Seriously folks. That last book in the omnibus might as well have not even happened. And in this new book, it didn’t. It happened in Seymour’s writing. Apparently, from what I understood, Alisa has been telepathically linked to Seymour and giving him the idea for his books about her. Is this a cop-out? Yes! Gah, this drove me nuts the entire time I was reading it. And Seymour is a famous writer now, but sort of a recluse because he writes under different names, and has never [...]

  • Halle

    Thirst The Eternal Dawn is without a doubt one of the best books I have had the pleasure of reading. The book is captivating from the first page and the only reason I put it down was because I was told it was time for class to start. I stayed up til 2:30 in the morning anticipating each new page. The story continues from the first two books, following an extraordinary character: Sita, the last vampire in modern day America plus a few visits to Europe. These books aren't all about the romance lik [...]

  • Tara

    Im incredibly fascinated by this series. I love the amount of wisdom and self-reflection the author puts in these books. At first I was very confused because she was supposed to prevent her becoming a vampire then I realized Seymour had "wrote" the first two volumes. At times, Sita irritated me because she is selfish but I believe she truly is good. When she went back on her own wisdom and gave Teri her blood, I was very irritated. I feel bad for her and I understand her at the same time. Sita h [...]

  • colleen the convivial curmudgeon

    2 1/2So I first read 'The Last Vampire' series when I actually was a young adult and I remember liking it a lot, though I didn't remember much about it. Recently I found myself browsing for copies to replace my lost set - and discovered not only that the original 6 were being re-released as the Thirst series (the first two omnibuses), but that Pike had written more in the series! I was excited, and yet nervous. Would the books hold up or would I be disappointed?Well, anyone who read my first two [...]


    What Went Write: (+5) Vampires and ReligionOne of the reasons I continue to find this series so intriguing, the main reason I continue to read it actually, is the unique combination of vampire lore and spirituality. Most young adult vampire literature, if it is bold enough to address the issue at all, does so in either an offhand, or timid and cautious manner. Usually, (in America, anyway) Christianity is the only belief system in question: Why God created vampires… why God continues to allow [...]

  • Isabelle

    A lot of readers gave Creatures of Forever negative reviews, because of the ending. I never got to read it back when I started the series, and in 1996 it was supposed to be the final book. Having read it now, as an adult, I personally like how Pike ended it then. It was poetic. Fast-forward to 2010 - and I have to admire how the author "resurrected" Sita. Not just in presenting a plausible explanation that allows the series to continue; but in the way that the Last Vampire embodies the 14 years [...]

  • Hannah

    Couldn't finish it. I was so incredibly excited when i first heard that there were more books in this series. I stuck with it at first because I was sure that once the first scene was over there would be an explanation for why Alisa was back. However, this was not forthcoming. There was no explanation until about halfway through the book and even then it was half hearted and feeble at best. To Christopher Pike you mean to tell me that you put me through emotional heartbreak, poignancy and pain f [...]

  • Ashley

    I didn't know how to feel when I heard there were more last vampire books. The last vampire series was my favorite through my teens. I read them so many times I pretty much had them memorized. I finally stumbled across the new books at barnes and noble and had to see how it got continued.Basically it takes place fifteen years after the sixth book. The first six were written by seymour and were a psychic mind meld collaboration between him and sita. They never actually met and seymour thinks she [...]

  • Gregory C.

    I discovered this book yesterday morning and was amazed and pleased that the author had resurrected the series. The book follows the same character I fell in love with in the six first installments of the Last Vampire series in middle school with minor changes. The book takes its time building up to its end, a welcome change from the seemingly faster pace of the original books, no doubt a benefit afforded Pike by his publisher, who seems to have given him much more space for the newer installmen [...]

  • Maggie

    I very much preferred the previous series (books 1 and 2). I thought that the other books ended well, though they did leave the story of Paula and John unfinished. Christopher Pike, I love you, but this one was a little lacking. Things Sita could do in the other books, like be unaffected by alcohol, break through concrete walls, and know when anyone was near, were mysteriously missing all of a sudden. She was even physically slower in this book than she was in the previous ones. I get that she n [...]

  • Samantha (Book Lover's Cozy Cafe)

    this one was confusing at the beginning, because it never said on how she had become a vampire again, since the previous book killed her present self to live back in the past with her husband and daughter. So all that was slightly confusing. But in most of Mr. Pike's works I get confused on something somewhere. But this one, brought in a few new characters Teri and Matt Teri is Sita's descendant, and Matt you find out further into the book is Yaksha's son. Which was kind of sentimental to me bec [...]

  • Jo

    I had a great time reading this. Now let me preface that by saying I have no idea how much my opinion was skewed by nostalgia. The original Last Vampire series (compiled into Thirst No. 1 & 2) were some of my favorites as teen. This brought me right back to that time and feeling. It was a very easy quick read with some nice (if not totally unpredictable) plot twist. There was quite a bit of good action. This did have a little kitchen sink feel as tons of new elements were thrown in the book [...]

  • StarMan

    An uncharacteristically short review from me:Best. Vampire. Ever.Read all the "Thirst" books, starting with #1. This installment (3) is not quite as good as the first 2, but still is excellent. This is NOT "Twilight" dating drama. This is an actual smart, interesting, deadly vampire with a tragic story worth telling. It's a YA series, but I think most adult paranormal readers will find much to enjoy here.

  • hayden

    Christopher Pike is my favorite author of all time.I read his THIRST books, his REMEMBER ME books . . . God. Even his crappiest writing is amazing.The way he writes his stories is so absorbing, so enveloping, that you have no choice but to read until you're finished. It may have taken me a long time to finish this, but that's only because I haven't had time to breathe, let alone read.

  • Tiffany

    Oh, Pike. You don't realize how happy this made me. To have my favourite teen series revived in my mid-20s was a total fucking treat. This novel could almost do no wrong. I dare say it was dripping with cheese, barely edited, and a total cash cow -- but I don't give a shit. Long live Sita, and I can't wait to see the movie.

  • Cat

    Thirst No.3: The Eternal Dawn:As always, I give this book a five-star rating. The Thirst series just gets better and better.In the beginning of this story, Sita is back and better than ever, ready to murder a rapist whose next victim is her SUPER-great granddaughter, Teri Raine, a descendant of her only human child, Lalita. After disposing of good ole’ Danny Boy—Daniel Buford, an aspiring football and track star with a secret life as a rapist—by drowning him in a lake where he had previous [...]

  • Patty Presley

    continuation of Sita and her adventures as the last vampire. in this book she seeks out a descendant of her blood line and becomes friends with her and her boyfriiend. at the same time, she has not one, but two groups of ancient people after her and testing her, one is the Telar and the other is a group called the IIC. of the two, the Telar are worse. She gets into a fight with them at the end of the book but does not get rid of them. I fully expect to see this plot continued in the next book.

  • Lorena

    Sita finds Teri; generations after her daughter Lalita. After spending time together she discovers Teri's dream is to become and Olympian track Champion. Sita will do anything to help Teri fulfill her dream. When Teri succeeds to break a track record; unknown enemies come afloat; the Teler. They are dangerous but not Sitas only challenge. The IIC is also dangerous with their latest technology known as the Array. It sneaks into thoughts and obligates a person to do the unthinkable.

  • Courtney

    Ok I admit that it was a little bit out there at first. They really didn’t explain how she lived after the last book until like 100 or so pages into it. But it’s still a very cool and great read! The ending was kind of a mind blowing ending. Now I can’t wait to read the next one to see how it turns out.

  • Amy Pond

    A. Maze. Ing. I need to now WAIT for the next book. I wanna keep reading. I had hesitated before reading. Didn’t know if it would be as good as the first books as the series DID end. But I’m glad I read it. Just wow! Christopher Pike, as always, did a brilliant job on expanding Sita’s story.

  • Wolfie

    Retcons parts of the old 6-part series but still very action packed and a fun read

  • Natasha

    Not entirely sure on this one It kind of read like fan fiction of the original series.

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