Series: Chicagoland Vampires #4
Publication Date: April 19, 2011
Publisher: Story Machine Studio
They knew that humans could turn on them since their outing and after all the supernatural drama that has been happening in Chicago since the attacks of the vampire rouge humans are starting to divide into two groups, pro vampires and anti vampires.
If the prospect of humans turning on them wasn't enough Chicago's mayor pushes Ethan and Merit to dig into a claim that insinuates that vampire raves are getting bigger and nastier while a representative of the GP comes for a surprise inspection on Cadogan.
The characters in the Chicagoland series have never been a problem when it comes to this series and this book is no exception, the story changes its pace compared to the others, but it doesn't mean that the shock effect is out of the equation.
The time frames are expanding giving the characters real time to grow, to change and see where the alliances, relationship, friendships and dangers are going, even if that time off screen, it gives everyone the time to change, think about what happened in the book and doesn't make some of the decisions they make so rushed or passionate.
We all knew a day would come when humans would start to see vampires as a threat instead of stars, the signs where all there and well... history does have a way to repeat itself and in this book we start to see how this new form of witch hunt affects our favorite Chicago vampires.
In this book alliances and relationships are put to the test, trusts will be broken and people betrayed, unexpected twists and turns will befall us and sadly as spectators we won’t be able to do much well other then run to the library or book shop in order to find the next installment of this exciting series.
Sorry if this isn't saying much but it is really hard to talk about this book without giving you guys any spoilers, expect a spoiler review in Goodreads in a few days, that is all I can promise.