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Clan Novel: Setite is probably the best of the Clan Novels and it's kind of hilarious in our post-Twilight era that it reads as a well-written parody of that kind of fiction. The story is framed as a love story between Elizabeth Dimtrios and Hesha Ruhadze. She's a young art historian and restorer who meets the handsome yet mysterious Hesha while slowly coming to realize that he holds some dark secret.
The dark secret is not that he's a vampire: Hesha dangles that truth in front of her so she believes he's opening up to him. No, that secret is that Hesha is a predator that cannot love and is perfectly able to fake normal human emotions. Ramona and Zhavon are a love story that can never be because the Beast destroys true love. Hesha and Elizabeth are a love story that can never be because if all your instincts tell you a man is a master manipulator as well as practiced liar--then he probably is.
The big appeal of this novel is that it is a fairly self-contained story that actually gives good insight into how to run a specific clan. It avoids all the various cliches that were (then) associated with the Followers of Set and creates a new canon for how they should be run. I've run stand-ins of Hesha in several of my games and even stole his character as the basis for a PC. The book works well as both a stand-alone as well as a greater part of the series, giving more reason why we should care about the Eye of Hazmiel plot than Leopold the Gangrel Slayer ever did. It also chooses subtlety as its weapon versus the overt action movie fights that predominate in this series. This is one of the must reads of the Clan Novel set. Thank goodness Crossroad Press has re-released the Clan Novels (along with the Dark Ages Clan Novels and Grail Covenant trilogy).
...but that's really not saying much. I mean, 1-3 (esp Gangrel, omg how that sucked) set a pretty low bar. And this is coming from someone who adored VtM from it's heyday in '95-'98, '99. Seriously, I owned percent of the source books & read them all cover to cover. I should have been exactly the nostalgic, enthusiastic demography these were written for. I wasn't.
This story has a nice little mix of romance and intrigue. Expanding upon the hunt for the evil eye, there is a globe trotting adventure in the style of Indiana Jones, a thriller, and romance with a lot of horror intertwined.