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The adage “no one reads the same book” is definitely true, and I would recommend this book to others. I am glad that I was able to read this book and discover a new to me author.

the night comes aliveWhat Is The Night Comes Alive About?

Beware the night and those who roam it with fangs and eyes of the brightest blue …

On the cusp of maturity at the age of twelve, Spot de León has the innocence to see what others cannot.

Piercing the veils of illusion woven all around him, he soon realizes the world is not at all as he had thought.

A secret centuries-old war is being waged in the streets.

The damned stalk the night, draining the blood of innocents, and the mysterious Crows are the only ones who seem to know.

Beware the city of Justiqua, where even Knights are not safe from nightmares, a city bankrupted by Crusades, where poverty and crime are rife and a plague cripples the populace.

Beware the city of Vampyres, where the Old One lurks in catacombs deep underground.

Beware when the night comes alive …

 

My Review:

I enjoyed reading through this book! While there were really slow aspects, and it almost felt like you were being given too much information, the story still came together very well. I will admit to having a soft spot for vampires.

The characters are well rounded, and the story has some POW aspects as well. There are times that you are almost holding your breath at times as you turn the page to see what will happen next. There is a battle between good and evil, and you will be reading as fast as you can to discover what happens next!

As I said, I loved the book, but I felt some things could have been better. I found a few typos throughout the book. The biggest takeaway for me was the areas where it just lagged. I felt as though I was slogging through those pages, waiting for the tempo to pick back up, and I didn’t feel as though this would stand up against some of the other books. So, while I enjoyed the read, I am cutting this one from the contest.

The adage “no one reads the same book” is definitely true, and I would recommend this book to others. I am glad that I was able to read this book and discover a new to me author.

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