Set at the dawning of World War 2, humans have begun to disappear. Some come back, some do not. Madelyn Bryce is one such person who is chosen to take the train to an undisclosed location, but her upcoming death is not the sort she was expecting.
While humankind is at the brink of turmoil, the Vampyres have their own troubles--it is rumored that the detestable species known as Lycans has been one-upped by a new problem breed: Hybrids that are both Vampyres and Lycans. Not all of the Vampyres agree that such abominations should be done away with and they seek to keep them safe from the disapproving Councils.
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Feb 15, 2012
I loved this book! From the start, it was very fast paced, exciting and each page left you wanting to read more. The story was believable and the characters charming and easy to connect with and care about. Great descriptive depth allowed me to get lost in another time and place. I thought about the characters for a few days after I had closed the book. It's a love story that will stay with you.
Fantastic sequel to By Blood, By Moon; well written and entertaining. I was captivated from the first page through to the last as I followed Madelyn's story. Lycans, Vampyres, intrigue and love, fear and excitement, secrets and revelations...I couldn't put the book down until I had finished the last sentence. I hope for another installment to further know these characters.
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