Now Claire can actually concentrate on her studies, and her friend Eve joins the local theatre company. But when one of Eve’s castmates goes missing after starting work on a short documentary, Eve suspects the worst. Claire and Eve soon realise that this film project, featuring the vampires themselves, is a whole lot bigger—and way more dangerous—than anyone suspected...
So this is a review of the seventh novel in the Morganville vampires series, if you have not read the books previous to this one in the series I recommend you do not read this review.
The end of Carpe Corpus pretty much ended a huge part of the series and I didn't really know how Caine would carry on the series after that. Although I feel this book didn't contribute much to a plot, I did enjoy it.
The characters of this novel are great. I have become so attached to them over the course of reading this series. Especially Myrnin. How can you dislike this blood thirsty, yet adorable, smart bunny slipper wearing, vampire scientist? I kinda really want Myrnin and Claire to get together. I feel there were many hints at a relationship developing between them in this novel. Also, I used to really like Shane & Claire, but I found their relationship becoming a little monotinous and boring in this novel. Eve is one of my favourite characters in this series too. A character I really hated in this novel was Ada...she was getting in the way of my Myrnin and Claire moments !
The plot of this novel was a little irrelevant. I find these novels to be mostly character based, I read to find out what happens next to the characters. The plot of this one was interesting at times but I really found the introduction of the new character to be pointless. The end of the novel was suspenseful and well written.
I love the Morganville Vampire series and although I had a few query's with it , I overall enjoyed it .
Four Star Novel
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