The title of this novel is the only hook I needed to pick it up and read it. Perdu is a French word for a soldier on a dangerous mission that results in tragedy. I thank Raeden Zen for teaching me a new foreign and fascinating word. This is a novel about the search for a vampire serial killer in New York in the near future. This vampire does not bite people on the neck. It bites people on the femoral artery in the leg. I never seen a picture of this before. It is a gruesome image that causes me to imagine what this would look like. Raeden Zen keeps the reader in suspense T about the true identity of the killer. This is a sign of a talented writer. There is a romance between a Federal Bureau of Investigations field agent and a female reporter. I like how they work together to try to solve the case.
This novel contains a character named Mireille. She has the ability to change minds and influence the actions of other people. She also has the ability to change from a male to a female. She is a definitely a character with the potential to develop. He also introduces a character named Zan. He is mysteriously found in a space capsule as a baby. It is implied that he possesses special abilities too. I can not wait to see how Zan develops in a later novel. There is a short passage of a song in Spanish in this book. Zen motivates me to learn Spanish. I want to know what this means. Perdu is a novel that leaves me hanging. I want to see what happens to these characters. I am waiting in eager anticipation for a sequel.
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