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The Vampire's Revenge by Raven Hart

The Vampire's Revenge

by Raven Hart

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I have really liked this series in the past, this book had a silly unbeilable feel to it. William, the Father figure vampire is double dead and the characters grief is off and on with silly comments and actions. The emotional level felt in previous books was gone. All the characters except for the twins, were all the same silly mess. The story was all over the place as well, like she didn't know where to go from here, so she opened all kinds of doors ? How sad for me I was waiting for this book so long. I don't even care about getting the next book in the series and it ending in a cliffhanger. ( )
  TheYodamom | Jan 29, 2016 |
The Vampire’s Revenge is the 5th book in the Savannah Vampire Chronicles - it’s possible to read it as a stand alone book, but I wouldn’t recommend it. You can find out more about the series, and it’s previous books here.. if you like the sound of it, I suggest you rush out and order The Vampire’s Seduction as soon as you can, because you have a lot to look forward to!

The fact that it’s part of a series makes it a difficult book to review.. you will find other reviews giving you an outline of the story, but not only will that spoil your experience of this book, but it will certainly spoil your experience of The Vampire’s Betrayal!

I will say that for those who have read the previous books.. the series continues to develop and expand at it’s usual pace. The focus is on Jack and Connie, which Jack having to make many changes.. to both his circumstances, and himself. The rest of Raven’s world continues to be revealed.. who could guss there was so much going on in Savannah!?

There were a few situations that seemed to be resolved a little too quickly, which in my opinion missed an oppertunity for a little more tension. But then again, Raven has so much going on in this world, that maybe the pace was necessary.

For those of you still waiting to pick up this series, what are you waiting for?! :0)

Overall a great addition to the series, leading nicely in book six!
  michelle_bcf | Nov 8, 2008 |
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"Jack McShane: lover, killer, seducer, family man, and vampire. In the shadows of Savannah, with its hip nightspots and moss-draped oak trees, Jack is trying to save humankind from a threat it doesn't know it faces: an explosion of the otherworldly, the weird, the wanton, and the wicked. Tourists are heading to Savannah for St. Patrick's Day -- and Jack is racing through tunnels below the city to the edge of Hell itself to hold off a plot posed by the double-dead and demented. But Jack must also hold off his own desire for Connie Jones, the beautiful cop he turned into a vampire slayer..."--p. [4] of cover.… (more)

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