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Prince of Darkness (The Book of Shadows Saga) (Volume 2) Paperback – September 4, 2016
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P.J. Fox is the #1 bestselling author of The Demon of Darkling Reach, The Prince's Slave, and many other beloved books read the world over. She published her first story at age ten and knew, then, that she was hooked. After she received both a degree in medieval history and a law degree, she decided to leap into this writing thing full time. And, is pleased to say, has never looked back. She lives with her family in a suburban subdivision, the atmosphere of which she finds highly conducive to writing horror.
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Alex’s former friend Lucen has come to Hamilton. Lucen is nothing like Alex. While a vampire, Alex selects who he kills, targeting child molesters, rapists and serial killers. Lucen doesn’t care since all humans are merely food.
It becomes increasingly difficult to hide the fact that Alex is a vampire from Sepha’s parents and best friends Lucie and Peter. Particularly since Lucen has decided to take over Hamilton. Vampires are territorial and Alex doesn’t like how Lucen is behaving.
While the plot is rich and multifaceted, this is a very introspective story. There is a lot of discussion regarding the meaning of love, life, family (broken homes and solid families), coming of age, feminism and choice. What does it mean to be an adult? How does one choices affect other people.
The characters are complex. The plot is rich. It has a little too much introspection for my taste, but I must admit that I couldn’t put it down and read all three books one right after the other.