Scars Set in Stone - Shenaia Lucas - Google книгиUnsure of who to trust, he turns to the one man he definitely knows wants him dead. Yanked from his bed, blindfolded and spirited away in the middle of the night, Lowell Scott is shocked to find the darkly gorgeous Renzo bleeding and in need of his help. And even if Low could forgive the unforgivable, Renzo is still shadowed in secrets. Already have an account? Sign in. I remember, sign in.
Set in Stone
Scars Set In Stone
Although disparaged by some critics, the film does restore a few elements of Bram Stoker 's original character: the Count is introduced as an "icily charming host;"  he has command over nature; and he is seen scaling the walls of his castle. It also gives Lee more to do and say than any other Hammer Dracula film except its first, 's Dracula. This film breaks the continuity maintained through the previous entries in the Hammer Dracula series : whereas at the end of the preceding film, Taste the Blood of Dracula , the Count met his end in a disused church near London, this film opens with a resurrection scene set in Dracula's castle in Transylvania, with no explanation of how his ashes got there although, they might have been returned from England, as a contingency, by the young acolyte from the prologue of Dracula A. Furthermore; in Scars of Dracula , the Count has a servant named Klove, played by Patrick Troughton; in the third film of the series, Dracula: Prince of Darkness , Dracula has a servant named Klove played by Philip Latham who appears to a different character, though identically named. The disruption of continuity caused by Scars of Dracula reflects the fact the film was originally tooled as a possible reboot of the series in the event Christopher Lee elected not to reprise the role of Dracula. It was also the first of several Hammer films to get an 'R' rating. In the opening scene, Dracula's remains are seen lying on a stone plinth in a chamber in his Castle, having been defeated in the previous entry.
Scars introduces White Cloud, a young Plains Cree boy, in the year , when the last great smallpox epidemic swept through the prairies. After witnessing, one by one, the death of his family from the illness, he summons the strength to journey on to find a new home and deliver himself from the terrible disease. But will he make it? Scars follows White Cloud and the people he encounters, as he struggles to survive against impossible odds. The book also reconnects readers to Edwin, a lost young man on his own quest who was introduced in book 1, Stone. By learning about the bravery and perseverance of his ancestor White Cloud, Edwin summons his own courage and travels to confront the main source of his despair: the father he barely knows. Scars is the second book in the graphic novel series, 7 Generations.