the beginning of the end for Morganville?

  • Jun 8, 2011
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I will be the first to say that thus far this series was a little dry and boring compared to others out there. The drama and action are really stepped up 100% in this book where the town of Morganville is ripping its self apart between two vampire factions and the human mobs. This book holds tons of twists and turns and some very compelling chapters that make you want to read on where the previous 4 books lacked in that department. The reader finds out just how wickid Bishop really is, and a more in depth perception of both amelies and myrains characters. Also we see one "royal" family fall from grace and one "princess" get what i felt she had coming to her all along. The ending of this book had such a major cliffhanger that i actually read the preview in the back for the next book wich i generally dont do, though it did bring me some relief on some topics that were left open at the end of this book.

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July 12, 2011
Hm...sounds like a clan-like vampire themed book...
July 12, 2011
It was weird...i kinda lost interest with this one and didnt continue the series past there.
 
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ISBN-10: 0451225724
ISBN-13: 978-0451225726
Author: Rachel Caine
Publisher: Signet

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