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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1507780109
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- Publisher: SubtleDemon Publishing; 1 edition (October 10, 2011)
- Publication Date: October 10, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005UQHX18
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Blood Domination: Blood Destiny, Book 4 Kindle Edition
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I initially found myself annoyed at Lissa for not standing up for herself, for just accepting her lot in life as if there was nothing left for her to fight for. It was only in the 3rd novel that I realised that Ms Suttle was slowly building many background stories that, even in the 4th book, are still coming together. And Lissa - well, she came through in the end and I was cheering her as she told the Vampire Council where to stick their views and laws.
The 4th book has veered so far off course from the first book, if Ms Suttle hadn't dropped little tidbits throughout you would probably think you were reading a different series. But it flowed so well, I just accepted it and enjoyed the story for what it is - a story! Full of imagination, hero's, bad guys, myths and legends.. the list is endless. And Lissa, well, she's had a hard life and it looked life her vampire life would be just as bad... but her sacrifices will pay off in the end, making her the true heroine we all want to see.
I can't wait for the next book to come out! Well Done Connie Suttle!
I don't like Gavin all that much so I'm glad he wasn't with her a lot. Like I mentioned before the new characters actually felt like normal people (despite not being normal at all) instead of the stuffy overbearing vampires (I love Merill and Charles though...)from the previous books. Lissa has a show-down of sorts with the council and I'm glad she is growing a bit as a character. Although I wish she'd stop revealing her talents so quickly to people she just meets, and for once can she just stay mad at Gavin? I'm not sure what to think of all her suitors....except I can kind of understand the situation, she's rare and awesome, but I hope she sticks with one guy. I mean she can shop around,I just hope she doesn't keep them all at the same time...and please dump Gavin, please. I hope we see more of Dragon and Karzac though. This is an awesome book and the storyline is really interesting...and Kifirin is neat. I hope that Lissa never stops showing her emotion as well. I like how she sings... Can't wait to start the next book! Thank You Connie Suttle for this awesome series and making me get so involved in the story.
Out of the five books this is my favorite in the series so far. Lissa travels off world and some interesting new species are introduced, as well as a new look on how vampire culture has developed on a different world. Lissa continues her emotional struggles with the men in her life who wish to protect her, control her, as well as use her talents. I don't find this a weakness in her character so much as a appropriate dichotomy. She has very strong powers, but she is young in the vampire world. The vampires are not used to dealing with women, especially Queen vampires, and always have their own agenda to accomplish (as do the werewolves, the human government, etc). I find the story line still compelling and the characters developing true to form... a 2,000 year old vampire isn't going to do a complete personality make-over after spending a year or two in someone's company... it would be ridiculous for all the vampires to simply become modern men who suddenly understand how to deal with Lissa...