Monday, February 4, 2013

Blood-Kissed Sky Review

368 pages

There's nowhere left to hide. I thought vampires were our enemies - they controlled our lives, isolated our cities, and demanded our blood - until I met Victor. With Victor taking over as the new Lord Valentine, things were supposed to get better. Instead, they're worse than ever. Day Walkers, a new breed of vampires who can walk in the sun, are terrorizing the city. Blood supplies are low, and if Victor's vampires don't get enough, they will become infected with the Thirst - a disease that will turn them into mindless killers. To stop it, I must journey across the desolate wasteland to the very place where the sickness began. I can only hope that the answers that await me are enough to save us all... before it's too late.

Why Why Why did this novel have to end on such a cliffhanger? I am desperate to read more! As the second novel in this series, this surpasses the first in excitement. The story picks up a little bit after the first one left off, leaving Dawn and her friends to pick up the pieces after a brutal attack. Dawn has become pretty strong and fearless which makes her a great heroine. Dawn does not disappoint in this novel, and continues to meet her challenges head on. Dawn has to deal with challenges in her romantic life as well both from her ex, Michael, and her new interest Victor. Although it seems like Dawn and Victor should finally be together, as the new Lord Valentine we see that Victor has a lot more on his plate to worry about. The action in this novel literally has you at the edge of your seat at moments. Dawn and her friends are continuously tested and put in danger at every turn that its hard to believe that they can survive. There are a lot of new revelations, most of which are completely unexpected. There is so much more behind the creation of Day Walkers and the Thirst than I even thought possible. This novel is packed with adventure and danger and exciting moments altogether. I definitely recommend that you read this novel if you like vampire novels but you should pick up Darkness Before Dawn first.


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