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Although there is some violence if you like action this could be not your story, but if you like to take glimpses into strange characters then this story could like you as much as me.
Drayton the Taker is no exception. I was immediately taken by the story. It is so much more than a vampire's tale, though there are similarities.
The way Drayton was introduced was incredibly well achieved and it set the pace for the narrative's development.
It is remarkable how the author manages to depict each character so well in such a small story but the fact is we get a crystal clear idea of who they are and what moves them.
I was intrigued by the change in Drayton's behaviour considering his past. I would have liked to know what triggered his sense of morale, but I can only hope the sequel(s) will explain that.
This is a brilliant introduction to a mysterious, dangerous character, who seems to also have a soft side and once again Bertauski does not disappoint.
For a few folks in this story, he gives. From the others, he takes.
This story hypnotized me. When I finished reading it, the feelings lingered like when you wake up from a dream and aren’t fully awake yet.
I drifted with Drayton, kind of like an out of body experience. I too struggled to understand what he was. A vampire, a reaper, or Death itself? I still don’t know.
I know he can be kind, generous. I also know he can be dangerous. He may not be human, but he still needs to feed.
I don’t know what else I can say to describe my thoughts on this story. The author mesmerized me with his prose.
There are several more stories about Drayton. I understand you can get them as a collection so that’s where I’m headed next.
Disclosure: I found a free ecopy and I offer my honest review.
This story was refreshingly different. I enjoyed every moment I spent reading it.
Drayton doesn't explain his long history in the short book, just some new need to allow people to be more complete.
This seems to work for the good and bad people he interacts with.
After reading this you really want to know where this is going.
Tony's books tend to be thought provoking long after you finish reading them.
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You are always going to get a story that pulls you in on the first page and makes you hate to let go on the last!