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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Review – Bring On The Night By Sonya Clark


Title: Bring On the Night


Author: Sonya Clark


Publisher: Lyrical Press


Buy Link: Buy Bring On The Night Here!


Rating: You Need to Read


Reviewed by: Brynna


Blurb:


If there's one thing Jessie hates, it's going after her own kind. She may be used to taking a bite out of human killers, but she leaves her fellow immortals alone. It's only after a series of gruesome murders have her suspecting vampires and werewolves are going after innocents does she set out to put a stop to it.


It's not long that Jessie finds herself racing against the waxing moon to stop an ambitious gang of monsters with a sinister agenda.

Review:


More comfortable with chasing down human killers, vampire Jessie is reluctant to go on a hunt for her own kind until the slayings threaten not only human but immortal way of life. Bring on the Night is an action packed read though unusually short for its genre. While I loved the book, I wish it had been longer perhaps giving us more detail about Jessie before she is sent on the King's mission. Charged with outing the groups of were-beasts and vamps responsible for the slayings before the entire underground community of paranormal creatures is discovered.


Ms. Clark is a word smith, telling the story from several different perspectives, instead of just Jessie's. While this helped to give me a better idea of the world she is building, it did effect my investment in the characters. I needed to know more about each character or at least a little more about Jessie. Still a great book and one you need to read.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the review! I'm glad you enjoyed the book and delighted to be called a wordsmith. :)

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