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The Blood That Bonds (The II AM Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Sequel? Yes, please and thank you.
After the first two chapters or so, I was just waiting for something to happen. There was a lot of character and relationship development in the first half of the book (which is great) but not much else going on. Once Theroen entered the picture the action seemed to stop. Sure, there was Two's transition into a vampire and the feeding that comes along with it, but I feel like there could have been more action to draw the reader further into the story. With character and relationship development and nothing else, it was hard to see what the whole plot of the story was aside from "handsome vampire rescues girl".
The second half (well, really about 2/3 into it) finally got into the "guts" of the story, the plot development, the action and (let's face it) the whole point of the book. With so much leading up to it, I was ready for some serious conflict, a really great fight scene or something along those lines. I feel like that never happened. Don't get me wrong, there were some great parts and some good ideas but I feel like the story fell flat. There was so much potential for it to be really great but it never quite made it. The best part was when Two returned to seek revenge (I'm not going to call that a spoiler because as soon as you start the book you know that's coming at some point in the book), but even that could have been better. I just feel like it left something to be desired.Read more ›
Just like many of the reviewer said, this book was different and inventive.
It had the potential to be so much more, and I was utterly let down.
The book "peaked" too soon and then tried to build back up. EPIC FAIL.
I really like the opening of the story, I was hooked and thought.. "Wow this is gonna be a 'meaty' vampire book". I was wrong.
The only character with any amount of depth was "two"
I thought "Theroen" was shallow, as in fact were the rest of the characters.
I felt no emotional attachment to anyone else, so the the story just left me "empty"
I really really wanted to like this book... but just ended up really annoyed, and disappointed. I gave it two stars because started off with creative potential.
Save yourself and skip this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
While I loved the characters and the idea of the story, it just didn't capture my attention. The author did a wonderful job with detail and composition. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Gabriella Hill
Was a slow read. Not as good as a lot of books I have read before.Published 4 months ago by Kathleen M. Cascio
I enjoyed this vampire novel. it wasn't your typical, and it helped to see vampirism from a family perspective, rather than just the individual. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ashley Bourgeois
Great First Book in a truly EPIC SERIES!! I REALLY WISH IT WAS ON AUDIBLE!! HOWEVER I CAN KEEP HOPING AND MAYBE IT'LL HAPPEN!! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brandy Blackerby
I literally cried when Theroen died. I almost couldn't finish the book because he did. They had so much ahead of them. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Maryann
I've read Christopher Buecheler writing go from just starting out, beginning on the line of erotic, to a really really good story and plot. His stuff keeps getting better.Published 16 months ago by Lee Clarkson
WARNING: There is mention of underage sex and drug addiction in the story.
This is not a happy book. Read more