我行我素
The Beast Without

  • 作   者:

    克里斯汀·贝恩斯(澳)
    Christian Baines

  • 译   者:

    杨柳川

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    双语

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雷兰是一切吸血鬼都立志成为的那个人:富有、英俊、独立。他还精心的挑拨离间了牛津街酒吧的同伴。在其中一个同伴被徘徊在街上约尔加斯,一个头脑发热的狼人杀害后,雷兰便与他的关系变得越来越复杂。雷兰不情愿的和他扯上关系,但是没办法……

Reylan is everything a Sydney vampire aspires to be: wealthy, handsome and independent, carefully feeding off companions plucked from the gay bars of Oxford Street. When one of those companions is killed by Jorgas, a hot-headed young werewolf prowling his streets, Reylan is reluctant being with him,but he has no choice...

这本书讲的是一个名叫雷兰的吸血鬼的故事,他富有、英俊且独立。本书中出现了狼人约尔加斯等角色,在雷兰与约尔加斯的关系越来越密切且愈加复杂后,雷兰品尝了约尔加斯的鲜血,他发现他原以为消失的吸血的欲望又回来了。他们之间的发展远比黑暗中一些竞争对手要危险得多。

This book is about a vampire—Reylan, who is wealthy, handsome and independent. There are several main characters in this book, including a werewolf called Jorgas. When Reylan tastes Jorgas' blood, it reawakens desires the vampire had thought long dead. And what evolves between them may be far more dangerous than some rival predator in the dark.

克里斯汀·贝恩斯生于图文巴,昆士兰,曾经住在布里斯班,悉尼和多伦多。他在悉尼科技大学获得创意写作硕士学位,期间深受安妮·赖斯和克里夫·巴克的影响。他在澳大利亚和加拿大出版过一些作品,里面涉及他对旅游、戏剧和生活方式的思考与感想。

Born in Toowoomba, Queensland, Christian Baines has since lived in Brisbane, Sydney, and Toronto,and he earned an MA in creative writing at University of Technology, Sydney. He soaked up influences such as Anne Rice and Clive Barker along the way.His musings on travel, theatre, and gay life have appeared in numerous publications in both Australia and Canada.

每个夜晚,世界上每座城市,都有人在日出前死去,他们大多是孤零零地死去。我说的这些人,并非是躺在床上长眠不醒的——他们幸运地离开了世界。我说的是另外一些人,他们逝去,没人看到,通常也没人哀悼。迷失的灵魂在夜里攀上一座桥,他以为桥下的水里或许还藏着他的梦想。

On any given night, in any city in the world, somebody will die before sunrise and most of them will die alone. I speak, not of the peaceful, ‘tucked up in bed’ deaths, which mark the passing of the fortunate, but rather the deaths that go unseen and often unmourned. The lost soul who climbed a bridge one night and thought the water below might be hiding what remained of his dreams.

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