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SNAP: New Talent (The Kandesky Vampire…

SNAP: New Talent (The Kandesky Vampire Chronicles)

by Michele Drier

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The first book was so well written and believable it literally transported you away to where you could identify with the main character and feel her frustration and fear of this realization of how her world was turning upside down. This book however is full of inconsistencies and fails to smoothly follow the first book, for instance in the first book we are told her assistant Jazz is a Normal and has no idea about the true nature of SNAP or the Family and yet not even into the first few chapters here we have Max having a Phone con with Jazz going on and on about the Vampires and daemons

If there is a Third Book I Feel I will pass ( )
  Byron_Troutman | Oct 18, 2012 |
In SNAP: A NEW TALENT we meet Maxie Gwenoch, an editor at a top selling celebrity gossip magazine that is owned by a vampire family known as The Kandesky’s. Jealous of the Klandesky fame and fortune, a rival vampire clan the Haszar’s try to kidnap Maxie. Jean-Louis Maxie’s vampire boyfriend tries to teach her to minipulate her mind into hearing his thoughts. He also teaches her to hide her thoughts from the enemy clan so they are unable to use her knowledge to steal Snap. In this book you will read about vampires, demon bodyguards and shapeshifters. The end of this book left me wanting more, and I was glad to know there is a book to follow. This book was received for the purpose of an honest review.


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  MyBookAddiction | Jul 6, 2012 |
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