Happy Friday Friends.
fate as either a human or a vampire.
“In order to have peace, there must be war.”
The thing that struck me best about this book was the pure creativity the author uses to put a new spin on the whole Vampire phenomenon that has circulated throughout novels. Rishabh Jain really digs deep into the realms of reality cleverly mixed in with artistic features and writes a book that is unlike any other. There were times that the book took some predictable turns that left me wanting some more suspense. Also, some of the footnotes seemed unnecessary to me and caused interruptions in some of the most climatic parts, which drew away from the story. All in all though, as I mentioned, the author really took the vampire theme and made it into his own. As the human race slinks into extinction and the vampire’s take over, Alex’s (the main character) struggle comes on with a vengeance as he fights for his life, his race, and his family. He is left questioning who is really on his side and whom he can trust.
About the Author:
Rishabh Jain was born in India. He is currently a mechanical engineering student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Publisher: AJ International Press
Release: August 14, 2012
There you have it, friends. Here’s to the start of a great weekend. I hope today will bring you many joys and tomorrow will bring you rays of sunshine as Fall floats in with color galore and delightful smells aplenty.