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Will Dexter and Karen survive? Well I cannot tell you that or what need would there be for you to read the book. The tale is told amidst descriptions of the countryside that give you shivers in and of themselves. The wintry setting, the bad weather descriptions, the overcast and gray conditions, all contribute to the angst of the moments of Dexter and Karen ,meeting with Alex and Christina again. But is it their last meeting? Or will the story continue in London? Again I cannot tell you the rest of the story.
Brian L. (Harry) Porter is a master story teller, a spinner of wonderful tales of murder and mayhem and the other worldly. This book is another example of his ability to spin a yarn. It is very well written. It takes the time to tell you, with clues that are not easily fathomed, the nature and extent of the story. But the likelihood is that you won't see the clues or understand them until the tale is complete.
Five stars is not a reward. It is simply a recognition of the writer's ability. Moreover it is a recognition of the writer's skill in the use of the words that tell the tale. And it is a well earned result of this wonderful macabre tale. I enjoyed the book a great deal. I think it is easily suitable for anyone of an age over mid teens.
The ultimate fate of Dexter surprised me. I didn't really anticipate the ending and that is a credit to the author! Brian L. Porter never ceases to amaze me with his originality, poetic writing style, and intriguing tales. I definitely recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys reading romance, mystery, crime, supernatural, scifi, or just books in general! LOL
I am so pleased that Mr. Porter didn't stop with the prequel: Dracula Doesn't Live Here Anymore as it wasn't enough! I loved the story and I loved how the author left room for one's imagination. Though Brian L. Porter is a very descriptive author, painting the worlds in his book vividly, he is a master at balancing the details with the reader's own ideas. The result is a more intimate read that will certainly suck you in and hold you from cover to cover!
Alan Dexter is a journalist who met Christina Radaluc, another journalist, about a year ago while investigating the "Vampire Murders" that appeared to be taking place in the mountainous region of Transylvania. After solving this "bloody" mystery, he had not seen nor heard from her since. That is until the dream started.
Dexter doesn't believe in telepathy but with the intensity of the dream, he senses that Christina is in some kind of danger. After calling the news agency where Christina worked, Dexter was told that she had been missing for two months. So Dexter decides that a trip to the Carpathian Mountains to find Christina was in order. He also decided to solicit the aide of another journalist and good friend Karen Bailey. Together the two set out on a journey that will take them into areas they wouldn't want to experience even in their dreams.
I've now read everything published by Brian L. Porter and I'm always amazed at his imagination and ability to hold the reader's attention, no matter what the subject might be. Kiss of Life is a sequel to Dracula Doesn't Live Here Anymore and what a sequel it turned out to be. This one has an ending that I never saw coming, even in my dreams.
Brian Porter writes a modern day version of the legendary vampire. He draws you into the story,
as the reader yearns for more. This is one book you will not set down. A must read for modern day vampire
readers, who look for different types of vampire lore to satisfy there inner fantasy!
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ByMiss Brenda A. Friaron 14 May 2017
Another winner for me from brian, being a lover of the supernatural and vampire stories .Read more
The story is fast-paced and intriguing. It’s a clever, well-researched spin on the vampire genre.Read more