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I do want to include a Trigger Warning: the book does contain scenes of sexual violence. There is some darkness to the story, but it was well-written with the kind of ending I like. I include this trigger warning not to discourage people from reading this wonderful book, but as a form of respect and courtesy to survivors of similar violence, that they be forewarned.
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“Blood” is the third in a trilogy called the Three Days of Oblenite by Jean Lowe Carlson. A great read if you like paranormal/fantasy. Beautiful writing. >I received this book from the author in exchange for an unbiased review<
“Blood” is the third in a trilogy called the Three Days of Oblenite by Jean Lowe Carlson. A great read if you like paranormal/fantasy. Beautiful writing. Jean Lowe Carlson is a writer of huge promise. This book focuses on Aulen Gregoire – a brilliant and obsessed surgeon who discovers his blood has healing properties. He starts saving various patients with his blood. It affects him when he does this – he almost takes the sickness into himself. He gets a rush from this and it prompts a metaphysical crisis/nervous breakdown.
It’s very much an interior book about this doctor and his spiritual and emotional breakdown. Aulen has a lovely wife and daughter but they exist as something he denies himself. There is not a lot of romance in this book but some sexual exploring in the dark side of the world of Oblenite.
Aulen is such a train wreck that his downward spiral makes fantastic interesting reading. At one point – he is held prisoner for his blood and tortured and raped. Characters from the previous book play an important role. He finds redemption and peace after hitting bottom. It’s really a story of addiction and survival set in the fantasy world.