Killers of the Dawn Themes

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The primary plot throughout the entire novel is that of good versus evil. Biblical symbolism can be found throughout the book. Darren has an inner struggle with good versus evil and so do each of the characters that are involved in the story.

Darren and Crepsley have a discussion in the middle of the novel, where they contemplate whether someone is born evil or chooses to be that way. Crepsley warns Darren not to let the evilness of others get to him and affect his life as the Vampire Prince.

Right before Crepsley dies, he tells Darren not to allow evil to affect Darren's future. Crepsley tells Darren that he sacrificed his life for the War of Scars. He goes on to say that Darren should not avenge his death because Crepsley believes he has stopped the evilness by killing the Lord of the Vampaneze.

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