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Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: TLT Publishing (April 16, 2010)
Review Copy: Author
What I Thought:
I really enjoyed this fast paced story! It had a combination of what I would call our contemporary vampires along with one or two of those scary ones. I enjoyed that the story itself was so modern; with recognizable attributes of modern day thinking on vampires.
This was the first book in the Evin Driscol Series and I was really pleased with the quick pace and build up. The author wrapped up book 1 very nicely while leaving enough of a hint at book 2. I know that I'm looking forward to it!
Overall, it was a totally enjoyable read!
About The Book:
EVIN DRISCOL IS NOT JUST A HISTORICAL WRITER, but a vampire who writes about supernaturals and their impact on human history. He is loved by some, hated by others, and tolerated by most. Though sharing knowledge of his own kind is pushing a fine line, Evin continues to write about supernatural history while exploring his own. Evin is ending his Vampires and the Roaring Twenties book tour in Chicago, his hometown. Just as things seem to be falling into place for Evin, his life is turned upside down when his own history threatens to repeat itself.