Thirst No. 1: The Last Vampire, Black Blood, Red Dice Themes

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Good versus Evil

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

Alisa struggles with the good and evil of having to turn the various men she loves into vampires in order to save their lives. On one hand, she knows that transforming them into vampires saves their lives. On the other hand, she knows the struggles they will have to endure as vampires. Additionally, Alisa struggles with drinking enough blood from her victims to gain her strength and choosing to kill her victims. The bottom line is as Sita, Alisa made a vow to Krishna not to create any more vampires. Every time she is forced to make another vampire, she struggles with whether...

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