We all have different tastes and reasons why we like or dislike something, so I will be diving this one into 3 parts where you can find a couple of recommendations based on reasons why people didn’t like it, this 3 parts will be found in three different posts (if it all goes well).
Vampires where too good, they should not sparkle
If you think this is true then maybe you are looking for more evil? If you are looking for vampires that are evil to the core with no real sense other than to kill with a dash of mystery and some horror maybe you should look at “The Hollow Ones” by Laura Bickle.
Series: The Hallowed Ones #1
Publication Date: September 25, 2012
Publisher: HMH Graphia (Harper Collins)
Her dreams of Rumspringa where now gone, the outside world was no more, gone with it where her dreams of long afternoons enjoying a Coke and going to the movies.
Katie has always been a rebel among the Amish, the elders pay her extra attention. You would think that when the world outside turn deadly that she would obey the elders and not question their decision, but when a life is at stake she will risk everything and everyone to do what is right.
After rescuing Alex a 24 year old Canadian she discovers more about what happened in the outside, if Alex is to be believed the outside world is falling in the hands of vampires and not the shiny ones, no this ruthless creatures have a blood lust and an evil inside of them that the destruction they havoc comes from beyond your gory imagination.
If you are looking for vampires that aren’t always good but know they are powerful enough to run an unknown town in Texas where humans live in fear and college students are the daily special you might want to take a look into the Morganville Vampire series by Rachel Caine.
Series: Morganville Vampires #1
Publication Date: October 03, 2006
Publisher: NAL Jam (Penguin)
Claire wanted to take her college experience as far away from her parents as possible, which is part of the Morganville university appeal.
Once she arrives to Morganville, Texas she discovers that college can be more about surviving then studying. Her eyes are wide open when she decides to run from the college dorms to escape an awful schoolmate that borderlines pshyco, only to see that she is the least of her problems.
Full review soon to come,
I must ask for the first 2 books in the series back.
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