Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Review : Vampire's Bane

Vampire’s Bane by Suzannah Daniels 

(Vampire’s Bane, #1)
Publication date
: April 14th 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal, Young Adult, Vampires, Dystopia, 
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A lethal sword.
A dangerous mission.
A seventeen-year-old girl finding her way in a world that is nothing like she remembered.
When Maylin Kavanagh’s parents surrendered her to The Program, they swore it was for her protection. After being confined in a small underground cell for nearly two years, she is finally released.
But the world has changed.
Most of the populace has been wiped out by a deadly disease, and the rules of society have regressed. But that’s not the worst of it. When her group is kidnapped by a band of rogue vampires, Maylin realizes the decline of the human population has brought other races to the forefront—races she never knew existed. And now they’re all battling for survival and power.
In his father’s absence, Thane Warwick must lead his people. He has two priorities: find his father and find humans who can supply blood to his tribe. Immediately intrigued by his latest captive, he becomes interested in Maylin for more than just her blood, but he soon discovers that he must make a choice between his father and her.
Despite their attraction, Maylin and Thane each have an agenda, and only one can be the victor.
VAMPIRE’S BANE is a mature young adult paranormal fantasy/romance/action & adventure/post-apocalyptic story.

Wow, I enjoyed this book more then I thought that I would. it doesn't help that I didn't read the description to what the book was about so I pretty much when in blindly. I'm so glad it turned out to be a great story and not a dud because I tend to find more duds when I go in without reading more about it. I found the  story line was interesting and unique. Oh and that ending wow, I wasn't expecting it. Its not a cliff hanger but you'll defiantly want to see more of whats in store for these characters. I loved that there was a dual point of view between the two characters. I'm kind of curious on whose perspective well get in the next book. I loved that there was twists and turns throughout the book keeping things interesting. Overall this was a great book. 
Suzannah Daniels has had an affinity for words for as long as she can remember. She grew up in North Georgia with four brothers, so she learned at an early age to admire snakes and motorcycles. When she wasn't pestering her brothers, she could usually be found reading or writing.

She is the author of Viking's Embrace, a historical romance, and Ghostly Encounter, Book One of her Ghostly series (young adult paranormal romance).

Currently, she lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee with her husband of twenty-six years and her teenage daughter. Her son lives nearby. The family pets include a Lab mix, a Basset Hound, a Shih Tzu, and a sweet, little kitty.

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