The Queen of the Damned Themes

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The power of family is a very important theme in this work. Maharet is the most powerful and ancient of all vampires, she is the only one who has never lost her senses or gone dormant. The only reason she has been able to accomplish this is through the love of her family.

She has given herself the task of chronicling the family tree, charting the movement of the family, and even acting as a benefactor and matchmaker for the family. She has invented a story of a line of mothers and daughters who pass on the name Maharet along with the duties of family historian so that she can come and go within the family for generations without question.

Though none of the other vampires has a family like Maharet's, when they see the family tree they are reminded of all they have given up to be...

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