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Six months have passed since Chloe and the other Hunters took down the vampire business tower, The Talon Building. Dahlia, a beautiful yet wicked vampire, warned Chloe that by destroying their business she had started the vampire apocalypse, and that each and every vampire turned would be on Chloe's conscience...and she wasn't kidding. The vampire apocalypse was upon them.
The group dynamic has changed in the six months that have passed. Chloe has hardened, becoming a heartless vampire killer. The young Hunters are forced into a new home, with the barrier still up around Arcadia Falls and Chloe unable to cross it. Worst of all, the community of Arcadia Falls has shunned Chloe, knowing that she was the cause of the first vampire outbreak in history to go public, allowing every single human being on earth to learn about vampires.
The group may be young, but they are powerful and smart. However, are they powerful and smart enough to save the world from being taken over by the one thing they were made to kill?
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By Barb (Paging Through The Days) on 04-03-17
Things are picking up!
*audio copy received from author*
Liked the story, though Chloe is very annoying in this book. I get her issues back I wanted to throats punch her more than once. Lol
Alright it's time to get things moving. Chloe, Drew and the rest of the Scooby gang are having to kick butt and take names after the fall of the Talon building. It's an all out war and the hunters are stuck in the middle. The scared humans are running or pledging themselves to the vamps to stay alive.
Chloe and gang are doing their best to take out as many of he new "baby vamps" as possible but it's a losing battle. Their like ants. You kill one, there are twenty to replace it.
That is until thy meet one of the original vampires, Anthony. He's not all bad, not all good but he is willing to help bring the war to an end.. question is... can he really be trusted? Or is it all a trap.
By JM Saenz on 03-01-17
This book was so much better than the first two books but I don't like how it finished so abruptly. It is almost like hanging up on on someone in the middle of a phone conversation. It leaves the person on the other line frustrated or annoyed or irritated because the conversation was left incomplete.
I like the original narrator for "The Vampire Hunter's Daughter ". I hope the rest of this series goes back to that narrator.