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Detective Docherty and the Vampire's Mirror Paperback – April 30, 2015
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About the Author
Sarah WaterRaven was born in Plantation, Florida in 1983. Ruled by an overpowering imagination, when she is not writing, she is often drawing, painting or sculpting. Forever fueled by copious amounts of espresso and tea, she practices yoga, hikes, and swims whenever she can. Sarah also spends a lot of time with her horse and dog and is frequently seen wandering around the woods on horseback or on foot. She has a passion for animal rights and will always be an environmentalist at heart. Sarah WaterRaven currently lives in Ontario, Canada with plans to travel the world. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Detective Docherty and the Vampire's Mirror is a good read, but this book seems a bit darker in theme than the previous book to me. It deals with a series of murders and a more in depth look at the first Vampyre's, as portrayed in this series' world.
The new characters introduced in this book are as interesting as the original book's returning characters, but sadly we lose two characters I was starting to like. The introduction of main character Ares' parents was a revelation.
This story, as the last, kept my attention and had me having trouble putting the book down, eagerly awaiting what would come next. There is also a twist I didn't see coming. I suspected something was up, but was surprised by what it actually turned out to be.
A good book for this genre, but not recommended for younger readers, as there is a darker tone to this story and there are a few instances of adult language. Other than that, it was an enjoyable read and is a nice continuation of the series.
Well for starters if you haven't picked up or downloaded a copy of this book then you don't know what you are missing out on. This is a must read book for any fantasy fiction fan. The same could be said for the prequel Detective Docherty and the Demon's Tears. The Detective Docherty series is one of the best new set of fantasy novels on the market today. Sarah WaterRaven is a brilliant young artist whose spellbinding books not only capture your imagination, but keep you enthralled from the very first page to the last.
The Detective Docherty series is similar to the Harry Potter series for me in that these books are not only must reads, but you don't want to put them down until you have read each one from cover to cover. Each book in this two part series (so far) leaves you feeling deeply satisfied for taking the time to venture into the beautiful world that Ms. WaterRaven has created, but also wanting more once you have finished.
So consider yourself fortunate if you take the plunge in purchasing one or both of her novels because they are absolutely worth it in the end.