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In this 2nd book of Anthony Francis's Skindancer series, we find Dakota Frost (skin dancer/tattoo artist) combatting magical graffiti in Atlanta. We are re-introduced to the wonderful world of vampires, were kin and wizards. Wonderful premise and setting. Unfortunately, the writing is still uneven (as in the debut novel, "Frost Moon.") I never really felt engaged to any of the characters (but, I am becoming fond of Cinnamon, Dakota's adopted were kin daughter, even though her speech sometimes reminds me of a fowl-mouthed Jar Jar Binks.)
The book drags a bit and got too informative on graffiti and tattoos. The action scenes are good, though. This is a good read if you are looking for some escapism.
Again, Traci Odom, the narrator, delivers with distinct characterizations.
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Would you listen to Blood Rock again? Why?
Looked for the next installment, not out yet unfortunately. Characters are believable and intriguing and evolving. Great universe.
What other book might you compare Blood Rock to and why?
Jane Yellowrock series. Also strong multidimentional heroine and great universe.
Which character – as performed by Traci Odom – was your favorite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Many of the scenes between Dakota Frost and her adopted daughter are interesting.
Any additional comments?
Looking forward to the next installment, hopefully with the same narrator who is doing a great job!
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