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The Savage Blood (Savage, #2)

by Tamara Rose Blodgett

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2 3/4 stars. Sadly, I was disappointed by The Savage Blood. I very much enjoyed the first in the series, and eagerly jumped into this sequel, particularly given the cliffhanger at the end of the first one. Well, if I had hoped for a resolution of anything, I can keep hoping - this too ends in a cliffhanger, but it doesn't even really seem to have any resolution point. I think it needs some further editing, actually - the writing is choppy at times, and sloppy enough that it pulled me out of the story. The concept and overall storyline are still very interesting, which is why I didn't rate it lower, but even there, there was a lot of repetition of basic plot elements that got kind of tiresome, and the characters were not as engaging or even as fully developed as in the first book. I will carry on to the third in the series, as I want to find out what happens, but I hope it's better than this one. ( )
  Booklover889 | Mar 17, 2016 |
Once in a while you get so involved in a book that you don't see it ending. The Savage Blood definitely had me saying NO! NO! NO! It can't be done already. Loved It! This series is not the typical mechanical device based Steampunk novel, but it definitely didn't lack in imagination, great characters, or story enthrallment. My only disappoint was not knowing a release date for the next in this series. ( )
  tometender | Oct 28, 2012 |
Once in a while you get so involved in a book that you don't see it ending. The Savage Blood definitely had me saying NO! NO! NO! It can't be done already. Loved It! This series is not the typical mechanical device based Steampunk novel, but it definitely didn't lack in imagination, great characters, or story enthrallment. My only disappoint was not knowing a release date for the next in this series. ( )
  tometender | Oct 28, 2012 |
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