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- Print Length: 47 pages
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- Publisher: AMR Publishing (December 16, 2012)
- Publication Date: December 16, 2012
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00APNG86C
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Dominic (A Vampire Biker Novel Series) Season 1 Episode 1 (Disciples of the Damned) Kindle Edition
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It was very interesting to see how Dominic spent the last 200 years buried at sea. When he was 'resurrected' he was thrown into the future and struggled to catch up. His friend Palo took him in and began teaching Dom how to survive in the new world he found himself in.
A few thing bugged me about this story. The grammatical errors. When Dom accused Palo as a 'trader'. I think the word should have been 'traitor'. So little things like that distracted me from the story a bit.
The author glossed over the transition period for Dom. I felt that the book could have been much more detailed and the author could have had fun with Dom's struggle with the 21st century. I realise the focus for Dom is revenge, but the writing could have been meatier and richer if the story went into a little more depth.
The sex described seemed to skip a few steps. I won't go into detail in case there are under 18's reading, but there was no writing direction, the reader has to assume what happens and where the positions of the characters are. There were instances where I had to re read passages to see if I missed some things.
In the synopsis Dominic is intrigued by a lady biker. The only lady he showed an interest in was a mechanical bull rider at a bar he nearly got tossed out of! So I wonder where and whom this lady is , cause I didn't meet her!
But it was a good start and I am definitely curious enough to get the second book!
Disciples of the Damned Season 1 - Episode 1
Dominic is an old and powerful vampire who was betrayed by his clan. After two hundred years he's alive again because of a freak occurrence. His old friend Palo finds him and helps him to adjust to this new world. Out of everything that is new and different, Dom's favorite thing is the motorcycle. It lets him feel free, because in this new world it seems he's lost much freedom.
This is a fairly short story without closure. You will have to read the next books in the series as they continue where this one left off.
Maybe if there was more to it, and it didn't lead you to a dead end, I may have been able to feel more for the characters.
Mini book series are the worst for me, because I feel obligated to buy the next book, just to see what happens next. And I'm a rebel, and refuse to buy more just because the writer want's me to.
This book will just wind up in my scrap pile at the end of the day, never to be thought about again.
It was a good try though. ;-)
Great writing, the story kept me interested and I'm a patch holder so I know bikers. But this was about an hour, perhaps less read. If I were sure the other books were longer, I'd buy the rest of the series, but I have a feeling this storyteller is as cheap with her words as I'm forced to be with my money.
That said, I liked the read. If you don't mind really short stories and money's not much of a concern, I'd suggest these books without hesitation.
I think the series will need to manage without me as a reader. Too formula, and I don't care is the main character lives (continues as an undead) or dies (the "true death").