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This book is a very much meant for young adults and is not like her some of her other more adult orientated series eg the Weather Warden series.
To me some of characters were very immature at times and most of the vampires could be clones. They are not the Cullen's.
Still the book does hold some charm and should appeal to the younger audience or those who remember who the target audience is.
The story ends on a major, major cliffhanger so if you like books to at least tidy up most of the main plot threads be prepared to be disappointed
Aside form all that the narrator does a good job and the story has enough action to keep you involved if you can forgive the above points. which is why i gave it the rating i did because for the audience it is aimed for it hits most of the right buttons for that demographic
just recently Glass Houses: Morganville Vampires, Book 1 became a daily deal as i found out apparently now it has a different narrator it now not available in Australia. This has happened with other series and will not be the last time.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Ever wondered what it would be like to live in a town ruled by vampires? For Clair Danvers and her friends, this is a grim reality. Morganville Texus is a town run by vampires, where any human not under the personal protection of a vampire is fair game. Life is a constant struggle to survive. Far from being a vampire romance, this book attempts to paint a portrait of life under vampire rule and Rachel Caine does a splendid job. With four excellent main characters, this book is compulsive reading and the saga is only just beginning.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
The book has a great story to it . As an adult I loved it and every single one she has done in this series of books. And also shows that bullies don't always win.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
For such a smart character this heroine continues to make stupid, poor reasoned decisions that throws
Would you try another book written by Rachel Caine or narrated by Katherine Fenton?
Maybe not this series, but might try something else from Rachel Caine.
What didn’t you like about Katherine Fenton’s performance?
The standard story narration was good, but wasn't fussed on the voices used.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
I was mostly bored. Story never seem to get off the ground & just floundered until the end.