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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than the original!, 18 Jan 2006
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Ian Langford (Cwmbran, Gwent, United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Underworld Evolution (Underworld (Pocket Star Books)) (Mass Market Paperback)
I loved the first Underworld novel (As well as the film) and have read & enjoyed it many many times. So when the novel for Evolution was due to come out, I had to read it. Once I started, I couldn't put the book down for more than a few minutes before I got drawn back, 'needing' to find out 'what happens next.' Greg Cox has done a wonderful job here, and his eye for descriptive detail is perhaps better than the previous novel. The main story continues pretty much where the first novel/movie left off, with Selene and Michael on the run from both sides of the vampire-lycan war; that Selene believes will want both of them dead. Unknown to her though, serious changes are occurring back at the Vampire's mansion. Where the last remaining Vampire elder has been unexpectedly awoken; and he is on a mission to free the most dangerous lycan of all time; his brother William. The only thing that stands in his way is the former Death Dealer and her newly created vampire-werewolf/hybrid boyfriend...
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars underworl has certainly evolved, 28 Jan 2006
This review is from: Underworld Evolution (Underworld (Pocket Star Books)) (Mass Market Paperback)
i always have grave doubts where sequels are concerned, but this was definately a winner. The character Selene is both sexy and deadly and Michael is coming to terms with his new abilities. the two are on the run from Selenes former masters and again the death dealer is dishing it out better than she gets. Her character puts me in mind of Clarissa from lucifer wars by stuart vowell and the only downside with this book is i've finished reading it! i would like to forget everything so that i could read it again. Better than the original and superior in many ways to other vampire stories and is right up there with the 'Blade trillogy' readers of the books and fans of the films will love this latest edition to the world of vampire classics.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Final End..., 5 Oct 2006
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Bryan (uk) - See all my reviews
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As the third book in the trilogy of Underworld, Evolution is everything the reader expected after the first two books. The story is fast paced with some neat twists and turns, and you can almost picture the leather-clad Selene strutting her stuff as she uncovers a plot that will put an end to the Lycans. In some way, it is a shame that Greg Cox brought the series to an end, but in another way it had run its course and I give the book full marks for excellent story-telling.
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