Welcome to the Darkness Review (Blog Tour)

Paperback, 349 pages
Expected publication: August 5th 2013 by Taurpio Publishing
ISBN13: 9780991936809 
Summary
 A typical teenager, seventeen-year-old Reed Hennessy doesn’t realize how lucky he is to lead a normal life until he loses everything, including his humanity. The attacker who slaughters his family and destroys their home turns out to be a vampire, a creature Reed had considered a myth.

Now a vampire himself, but with the unique ability to walk in sunlight, Reed struggles in the dark underworld he didn’t even know existed. His only two allies in his fight to stay alive are his reluctant mentor, Nathaniel, a vampire with over two hundred years’ worth of emotional baggage, and Sarah, a rookie cop with a secret ability of her own.

Together, Reed and his companions face a harrowing, cross-country journey before stumbling into a plot which could mean the end of everything for humans and vampires alike.

 Action packed with an all too real (or as real as it can get with a mind reader and vampire) romance that will leave you breathless and begging for book 2. 

I was lucky enough to get selected to do this book tour. I love book tours. How does it get better than reading a book and helping an author? I really don’t know *shrugs* Well as I stated above, this book is beast. I liked the beginning, loved the middle and liked the end. How does this happen? Why did I like the middle best? Because it is (finally) when Reed (love the name by the way) and Sarah were like ‘ohmigosh, we like each other! wait-really?’ 

This book was a little too cute to a ‘vamp out to destroy the world book’. Whoo scary. Yeah, not so much. But hey, for the inner homicidal crazy vampire in all of us there is a little killing. And insane sisters. I can relate to this one. The insane sister, not the homicidal vampire. 

I really enjoyed the descriptions in this book. They were vivid and life like and I loved it! Yay! The story line was really well thought out and there were lots of details (like the humans and zombies) thrown in that really made the story. 

Also, as evil as this sounds, I love the ending.



Jackie  

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