- File Size: 1336 KB
- Print Length: 261 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: SubtleDemon Publishing; 1 edition (January 8, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 8, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005JT022I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #293,484 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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One other thing, it's minor but it sort of bugs me...at one point the author wrote that the werewolves was sitting down for dinner and that the table was laid out with "silver" and china. I tried to excuse it by thinking perhaps she meant "silver" loosely. If Lissa hadn't already mentioned in book 1 that silver burns werewolves skin I would have also use the excuse that in this UF world, silver doesn't harm werewolves.
The first half of this book was not enjoyable for me but towards the latter 50% of the book, things starts to pick up and Lissa is interesting again. I also wants to see if she finally gets out of her current love situation...so I'll be continuing with the series.
Lissa is a character that I found easy to fall in love with. She is extremely pragmatic about the happenings in her life and for the most past just adapts. She isn't happy with the fact that she has to become engaged so that there isn't a lot of fighting among the male vampires and she chooses the best of the lot which is Gavin even though she doesn't trust him at all. She isn't happy that she has to guard Winkler but she does it. She makes the best of things and then makes things better with her personality and her cooking.
This particular book was rather tense with all the close calls that Lissa comes up against yet the pacing was spot on. Ms. Suttle does a great job of balancing the danger with comedic moments. I was rather impressed.
If I was to mark this book down at all it would be for the fact that it wouldn't stand on its own very well. This is a series that one has to read in order to be able to fully appreciate it. And watch out for those cliff hanger endings.
I rate this book a 4 and it would have been higher if BLOOD PASSAGE was more capable of being a standalone novel.
**I purchased this book thru Amazon.
Blood Passage picks up right where Blood Wager leaves off. I absolutely love and adore Lissa! She has an amazing and quirky personality that makes me laugh out loud. She is still trying to make sense of the life that she's been thrown into, unwillingly. She is constantly having to adapt to new situations and new people. And she's had to learn how to accept things as they are because the Vampire world makes their own rules. She continues to be swept along from one dangerous adventure to another. And everybody seems relentless on keeping her in the dark about everything. She persistently advances in her talents and becomes even more unique and rare in the vampire world. Lissa is strong and protective of those she is close to. She tries to be as independent as others will let her be but she is a very young and still has a lot to learn about being a vampire.
This book was intensely fast paced! I was propelled through this story and let me tell you, it was an extraordinary ride!!!
The ending was heartbreaking for me. Lissa's punishment for disobeying her sire was more then harsh! And the people she was close to and trusted stood by and let it happen. *under the pretense that 'rules are rules'* I was absolutely fuming at the end of the book and gave Merrill, Gavin and the entire vampire council a big hard mental slap!! Then I rushed to get online to purchase the next installment in the series! Yeah, I'm addicted!! ;)
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