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Most of the scenes moved so quickly there was not time to build any real atmosphere.
I may add also that there seemed to be quite a bit of filler here... events that occurred which did nothing to further to plot.
I must however hope for a better cover, this one was really ugly, that's hardly a good thing.
Ray Garton's Live Girls is one of those books that when you put it down, you know you want to read more. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cory Cline
This book scared the night life out of me . That has not happened since I read IT by Stephen king . L.LPublished 12 months ago by lambkins
Blunt, sometimes fun but seriously flawed sequel to "Live Girls".
There are admirable flashes of wow-that's-brutal horroriffics and fast-paced plotting, but at... Read more
I just finished this book last night, and it was one of the best books I ever read. Years ago, when Ray's book "Live Girls" first came out, I read that one too, and they are both... Read morePublished on October 2, 2012 by Charle_67
Ray Garton's sequel to his 1987 novel "Live Girls" is an enjoyable read, but a very flawed sequel that doesn't quite deliver in the end. Read morePublished on March 4, 2010 by D-Man
Sure, it's just another vampire novel. Sure, some of the characters are a little weak.
But, with that said, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. Read more
The premise of this book had me hooked early on. A wealthy and famous author hires a couple private investigators to look into the legitimacy of a secret vampire culture, one that... Read morePublished on December 22, 2008 by William M Miller
There are some horror authors whose books I enjoy, even if they have glaring flaws. Ray Garton and Edward Lee are two that I always seek out, though both of them seem to struggle... Read morePublished on July 28, 2008 by penitentialarts