"Remember, my darlings... evil will preach a gospel with half-truths. It smells good, but it lacks taste and substance."
I've always loved vampires. I thought this would be another generic vampire book, but WOW, was I wrong. This entire story is well-crafted and extremely imaginative. The pacing is great and the world is thought out, and every new discovery, every moment that introduced the reader to something even better than the last situation was perfectly executed. This book is FAR from disappointing, and a refreshing take on vampires--and demons? Oh, yeah. A lot of the fight scenes felt like I was watching an anime, which was a lot of fun. There were even lines that had me laughing out loud.
The creepypasta and horror aspects were very well done and had me mesmerized. The creatures that were formed were highly terrifying. All in all, I loved every aspect of this story, and I recommend this for anyone who loves bloody vampire stories where vampires have been integrated into society (kind of reminds me of Tru Blood, come to think of it, but WAY better). This is definitely up there in my favorite books. It was a joy to read.
How do you respond when the same people who wish your kind extinct are the ones that need saving? What is the right thing to do? The world is falling apart, and the space between realities are shrinking more and more everyday. This world that humans and vampires share is being trampled on by an unknown force, and Malkiel and the Drăculești family seem to be the only ones standing in between the humans, and the insidious things that looms in the darkest and deepest parts of the earth.
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