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Author Stewart Wieck, Eric Griffin, Gherbod Fleming with Kathleen Ryan, Justin Achilli and Richard Dansky and additional contributions by Stefan Petrucha
Cover art: John van Fleet
Book design: Mike Chaney
Art direction: Richard Thomas
Copyediting: Anna Branscome, Ana Balka, Crystal Forkan
Editorial Intern: Jonathan Laden
Series Edited by Stewart Wieck, Gherbod Fleming with Anna Branscome and Eric Griffin
Compilation edited by Philippe Boulle
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: November 17, 2003
Pages: 592
Year: 1999
Product Code: WW 11271
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-846-1

Clan Novel Saga Volume 2: The Eye of Gehenna is the second chapter in the compilation of the original thirteen Vampire: The Masquerade clan novels and clan novel anthologies into strict chronological order. This compilation is collectively known as the Clan Novel saga, which was originally published in four volumes. The other volumes are Clan Novel Saga Vol. 1: The Fall of Atlanta, Clan Novel Saga Vol. 3: Bloody September and Clan Novel Saga Vol. 4: End Games.

Volume Two covers the chaotic weeks from early July to early August 1999. Atlanta and other Southern cities fall to the Sabbat, foreign assassins converge on the scene, and the animalistic Gangrel threaten to leave their Kindred in harm's way. Meanwhile, the dark design of the Eye of Hazimel unfolds. This volume includes all-new story by Stefan Petrucha (Dark Ages: Assamite) about the deadly Assamite Fatima al-Faqadi.

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