This book sees the return of many of the secondary characters that were introduced in books 1 and 2 as well as some new faces, including that most infamous of vampies Dracula (but shh…I didn’t call him that as he doesn’t like that name). Vlad is a great character and an excellent addition to the series. He is ever bit as arrogant as you would expect and a perfect thorn in the side of Bones. The two share many witty scenes that had me cracking up. But then if you’ve read my other posts on this series that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to you as this whole series had me laughing at one point in time or another. As with the first two installments I found that I read this book in one sitting and lost all track of time while reading it. That to me is a sure sign of a good book. While this is more of the brain candy book, then say War and Peace, I think that it will stand against time in that there aren’t a ton of pop culture references. I should be able to read this 5 years from now and still be able to enjoy the story. I can’t praise this book enough so run don’t walk to your nearest bookstore and snap up all three copies of the series. Then join me on my long and miserable wait (ok ok its only 5 months) for the next book in the series. Man its almost as bad as waiting for the next Harry Potter book.
Book 15 for my 75 Book Challenge
Book 4 out of 9 for Paranormal Category in my 999 Challenge
Book 4 out of 5 for the Vampire Challenge