"A Change of Heart has an interesting literary structure, with various scenes from a different character's perspective. Mark Benjamin handles the structure well, allowing insight to a character to be gained with each scene...A Change of Heart is a literary approach to vampires, taking several viewpoints to create one story, like a puzzle coming together. Perfect for lovers of vampires looking for something new." Readers' Favorite editorial review by Liz Konkel
"It kind of reminded me of a Quentin Tarantino film meets the Underworld movies." Baroness Book Trove
"The political machinations of both vampires and Legion are intricate with lots of betrayals and power struggles." Stephanie Jane, Top 200 UK Goodreads Reviewer
"The writer's writing in describing some graphic violence scenes are quite detailed that it sends shivers down my spine. But this also means that the writing is able to bring me into the world of the story." Regina Foo, Author of How To Start A Blog
"It is just really good. It keeps you wanting more and the way it is written is excellent, not only do you get to see the POV from every character, but also how they merge to come together." Nicolene House of Books
About the Author
Mark Benjamin is the author of two books - one, in an adult urban fantasy series, The Royal Blood Chronicles; and the second, a short story. Devouring all books he could get his hands on from an early age, he managed to ruin his eyesight by reading (when he should have been asleep) under his bedcovers with a torch (video games had no say in his bad eyesight...okay, maybe a little). His love of books translated to a passion for writing, which he began aged ten (he still has his first juvenile novel to this day).
Currently working for a national bank, his dream job is to be a full-time author, a path he fully took when he sent a sample of his work to a ten-week introductory fiction course funded by an American foundation and conducted worldwide in 2010. Out of the 15 available slots, one was his out of hundreds of thousands of applicants (okay, perhaps a slight exaggeration, but it was advertised in the national dailies).
When not writing his third book or planning literary world domination, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife, entertaining his under one-year old daughter, playing on his Playstation (AnnA) and reading (obviously).