Club Dead

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4 Stars

I’m fond of vampire books. I like the glamour and mystery that often accompany these mythical creatures, and any author worth her salt creates a fascinating world in which these immortals live. This book is a prime example of a new world. In this story, vampires, werewolves and psychics are all very real and living among traditional humans. The vampires announced their presence to the world years earlier when a substitute to human blood was discovered. Now they live semi-peacefully among us, dealing with the prejudices of every day mortals. The story involves a secret psychic who is engaged to marry a vampire. She is slowly being drawn into the secret world of the vampires and must keep her mind-reading abilities under wraps. Mystery, intrigue and danger follows, and she must learn to trust her fiancee’s friends with her life. The world created was so lush and well thought out that I didn’t want it to end. Unfortunately, everyone else seems to feel this was as well, so the sequel has been checked out of my library for months. You know it’s a good book when I look for a sequel the second I finish reading the first.

–Adrienne

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Published in: on July 17, 2007 at 8:51 pm  Leave a Comment  

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