Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Review | Tour : The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl

The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl by Martin Lastrapes 

(The Vampire and the Hunter Trilogy #1)
Publication date:
March 18th 2015
Genres: Adult, Horror, Paranormal
Goodreads: Click


Adam and Jesus (the vampire and the hunter) have an innate antagonism, which is only heightened once they discover they’re competing for the affections of the same girl. Olivia (the girl) is an aspiring author struggling to write a vampire novel. What none of them yet know is there’s a menacing force looming that will change the course of their lives forever. With the first installment of The Vampire and the Hunter Trilogy, Martin Lastrapes has created a vampire tale that is scary, funny, thrilling, and satisfying to the very last drop.


So heres what I thought:

Thing is there are parts of this book that I really enjoyed and then other areas that I felt like I had to trudge through. The prologue was interesting which is what got me into wanting to know more about what was going on. Then there was the beginning that was interesting but a little too much was going on for me to catch up.

(I feel like the point of views should have its on section in this review )Ok so, I love books with multiple POV'S but to me this book had way too many point of views that I somewhat found a bit confusing and hard to keep tabs on who's history was connected to whom. As much as I love getting the history of each character to find the reasoning why they were the way they were it was all a bit too much.Then there seemed like random fillers by talking about the point of view of random passerbys and their history in the book that are somehow connected to the main characters. I feel like the only point of views I should've been the main characters. As much as there was confusion I'm glad to know the history of the characters though. I'm just kind of wondering if the random people and their histories with somehow be connected to the next couple books or where they just randomly there...

As for the story itself, it had a interesting and well written storyline. Unique and I'm curious on whats with Frank and look forward to seeing the next books to see how things get handled.There was plenty going on to keep the readers interested. Overall I really enjoyed this book.

4 of 5 stars!

Author Bio:


He grew up in the Inland Empire, has a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a Master’s Degree in Composition from Cal State San Bernardino, watches his favorite movies over and over again, learned many a lesson from professional wrestling, wonders if he’ll ever be famous enough to be on “Dancing With the Stars,” thinks good stand-up comedy is rare and under appreciated, is scared of Vladimir Putin, wonders if it’s too late to learn how to play the guitar, gets depressed when he hears the theme song from “M*A*S*H,” wonders why Teen Wolf never made it to the NBA, and wants Morgan Freeman to narrate his life.

He is also the host of THE MARTIN LASTRAPES SHOW PODCAST HOUR. Subscribe on iTunes or listen on the official website New episodes every week.

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  1. Great review, Jessica! This sounds like a fun read and unique, too! Glad you liked it! :)

  2. Thanks so much for being part of the blog tour, Jessie.


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