Wednesday, October 13, 2010

All Hallow's Blood Review

All Hallow’s Blood by Raven Corrin Carluk is a very decent first novel. As far as vampire fantasy and romance goes, this is not your typical Twilight-like story that we see so much of nowadays. The main character, Keila, is a very in-depth character, and you can tell that Raven put a lot of thought into creating her. As you read, you begin to see things through Keila’s eyes. You are in her head. You are her.

This was one of those books that you read a chapter from, and then you read another, because you are dying to know what happens. And then, well, you have finished the book! And this book leaves you wanting more, and not in a bad way! I cannot wait to read book two in the series!

About The Book: Mourning her mother on Halloween, Keila O'Broin, psychic warrior and last of her line, isn't prepared for dead teenagers to ask her to avenge them. Compelled by her family creed, Keila combats the vampiric serial killer, despite her atrophied powers. But defeating one killer is only the start of her adventure. Into her life walks Varick Eitenhauer, centuries old undead master of Portland. The vampire tells her she will now help him defeat his rivals in a battle to control the city, and he will accept no refusals. Surrounded by her desire and danger, the only way to succeed is to rise from her past like a phoenix from its ashes.

About The Author: I grew up in Las Vegas, and I love it. I'm a desert rose, and I belong in the heat. I've moved away a couple of times, but I always manage to make my way back. The burnt, craggy desert just speaks to me, and I don't want to go anywhere else. When I hear people bitching about how hot it is, I want to just tell them to move away again. 115 is pleasant warmth, something I can bask in. I've been writing since I was five. That very first story sucked, of course, but it was about something I loved: dinosaurs. I still love dinosaurs, but I've grown out of the suck phase. I think. I even wrote a novel in the seventh grade, and tried making a sequel to it. Never let anyone read them, but I had them.

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