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The Children of the Sun: Part 3 of the II AM Trilogy (Volume 3) Paperback – October 29, 2012
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But in the final book of the trilogy Christopher Buechler takes us a roller coaster ride of a story. When you have finished it your heart will reel from all the deaths of important as well as minor characters and from the destruction that takes place among the five vampire lineages, as well as among their titular opponents, The Children of the Sun.
But. please, read these books in order so that you can fully grasp who the characters are that are featured in TCOTS, and enjoy the new characters whose appearance in this book make it a fully-realized and comprehensive story.
And while we are at it, let us give our author kudos for daring to do what is truly difficult in any story-telling: the invention of a new language. And perhaps, with some encouragement, we can get him to write a book on the Vampire Language, its history and development, including a Vampire-English dictionary and grammar.
Book 1 of the series, see here: http://www.amazon.com/Blood-That-Bonds-Trilogy-Book-ebook/dp/B002R5B0WI
Book 2 of the series, here: http://www.amazon.com/Blood-Hunt-II-Trilogy-Book-ebook/dp/B005JDGUS4/
Book 3 of it, here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009ZCSDA8
Please do yourself a favor and read the previous two books, the first book, The Blood That Bonds (The II AM Trilogy) is currently free on Amazon. I loved this book and you will too I am certain of it.
Still Buecheler is a promising up-and-coming writer. I look forward to seeing more from him