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Victor is just as adorably funny as the first time I met him. The things he finds himself in are just unbelievably hilarious!
I love how real Victor's character is. I think most readers will find themselves rooting for him. After all aren't we all just striving to become better versions of ourselves so we'll take pride in what we see when we look at a mirror? Victor may be a vampire but he's just as imperfect as everyone else and I think that's what makes him so relatable and likable.
I didn't know this book was co-written until now and I have to say I'm amazed at how well the authors work together.
Definitely excited for more!
I received an e-copy to read and review.
Eugene is back. While still giving sage advice and killing vampires, he is encouraged by his mentor to stop Vic before Vic realizes that power that he has inherited. Let’s see how that is going to work while he is still seeing Amberly. Let’s hope Vic can win round two with Eugene and stop being the vampire he is afraid of.
You can’t help feeling for the poor guy. But he is still having trouble being a vampire and trying to do what he can to stop. Sadly everything that he had is now gone since that part of him is gone. All of the altercations with Eugene just make this book.
I loved Vampire Vic and couldn’t wait to see what Vic gets himself into in this book. You can’t help but cheer for Vic and laugh at everything that goes wrong for the poor guy. Make sure to check out Vampire Vic 1 & 2.
I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Morbius Reborn starts off pretty much where the first book left us. Victor has finally become a respectable vampire. One that bites people, gets the ladies at 'Hello', and has not only survived his company's merger, but has excelled during it.
He is a new man compared to the pathetic, middle-aged mess he was at the start of the first book. However, Vic is starting to get a little bit too good at the whole vampire thing and he can't stop biting people.
This leads to Vic having treatment for his vampirism, which not only threatens to turn him back into the weak, wobbly, mess he once was, but at the same time Eugene the Vampire Hunter is being pressurised to slay Vic, and it makes no difference at all to Eugene if Vic is trying to get better or not...
I wish I could say that I loved this book as much as the first, but I can't. I found it really hard to get into this one.
One of the best things about the first book was how realistic it was. Sure Vic is a vampire, but it's set in a very real world of an average work/life cycle. Morbius Reborn however felt like a bit of a leap away - it had somehow lost that realness (starting with the whole Extreme Revamp thing)!
I was really pleased to see Eugene get more of a part in this one though, and I thought it was a genius idea to have him date Vic's daughter.
All in all, I still enjoyed this book but not as much as the first. It had its moments, but I found it a bit muddled and very slow to start. I'll definitely still give the next one a bash though, I believe it's going to be a trilogy.
I liked this installment in the Vampire Vic trilogy and look forward to reading the conclusion. The only complaint that I have is the cliffhanger ending. But that is to be expected since the story will continue in the next book. I would recommend Vampire Vic 2: Morbius Reborn to those how enjoy non cookie cutter vampire stories. There is more to it than your typical slayers, fangs, and love interests.