I was so honoured when I was asked if I would be willing to read and review the advanced copy of this work, plus as a big fan of the first I just couldn’t wait to get my hands on it.
This book, for me, was everything I have already come to expect from this author, well written, involved, gripping and enjoyable. I don’t get as much time to read as I would like, but again I couldn’t put it down, in fact one night I was still up at 5am reading because I just had to know what happened next.
Throughout the book there is the return of previously introduced characters and of course the introduction of new ones. As before I find them well conceived and very real. You can’t help but be drawn into their plight and experience their highs and lows. I love how you can see the characters growing and developing, not only from their initial introduction in the first book, but throughout this book as well.
Story wise, it continues from a point not too far from the ending of the first book and introduces a multitude of new ideas opened by the author’s initial reinvention of the Vampire/ Werewolf creation myth. Of course right at the centre of it is Tavi, trying to fight her way to the truth and protect all she holds dear, whilst uncovering a complex web that spans far beyond anything she may have comprehended following the events of book one.
For me book two opened a magnitude of new possibilities. I can’t wait to see where the author takes us with the third book given the complex events that have started to unravel to show that things go far deeper than was imagined when we first encountered RB.
This series is a must read, it contains so many new concepts that it stands apart from others in the genre and the brilliant characters ensure you, as the reader, are also invested in the story.
A brilliant book, an excellent sequel to Angel’s blood, that just leaves me begging the question, when is book three coming out?
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Hybrid Justice (Angel’s Blood Book 2)
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