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Top Customer Reviews
A fantastic vampire story which takes place around Boudica who is after defeating the romans. I have enjoyed every book from David Mcafee a very good and up and coming author.
After the first chapter I was hooked.
Being a bit of a goth myself & loving EVERYTHING vampiric, I wasn't sure if I was going to enjoy it, I mean, who wants to read about Jesus, but the thought of Vampires & Jesus just had to pull me in through sheer curiosity!!
I started reading this in a hospital waiting room on a very cold day in December just after Christmas. I was eventually admitted & only my books for company.
After a few chapters, I was lost, couldn't wait to flick the next page, I think I may have fallen asleep about 4am ish, but as soon as I woke up, it was back to the book. I just couldn't get enough.
I think I got most of my nurses curious enough to buy it, or I hope so & the lady in the opposite bed was definitely buying it.
Who couldn't be curious about Jesus & vampires?
The writing is so fantastical, it could almost have come directly from a history book, its detailed, imaginative, eager to please & you really won't want to put it down. Haven't told you anything really detailed about the story as everything you need to know is on other reviews or the synopsis of the book itself, so I'm free to tell you just how well it's written & just how addicted you'll be for more on your last page.
There is so much scope for Taras, Theron and the Council of 13. These vampires are far from the Twilight glamour, they are tortured, and they seem dare I say it- real.
In 61 AD we are thrown in to the Court of Boudicca's rebellion. These new characters, Boudicca and her daughters are rounded and full. The author has shown a real talent for bringing these real historical figures to life once again, using real events as a foundation to build fantastic fiction.
Jerusalem in 33 AD, Londinium in 61 AD. Where next? There's still 2000 years of history to explore.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As good as the first book involving vampires in historical events bring on the next 79 ad which might be something to do with pompeiiPublished on 31 July 2014 by Steven Taylor
Loving this series and it's unique take on vampire fiction. The ancient historical angle makes it someone really different and worth reading.NOT a 'dark romance' (thank goodness!).Published on 8 Dec. 2013 by Tamsin
Simply too short :/ but what is there is good enough leaving you wanting more. Loved the historic facts thrown in & the era.Published on 27 Sept. 2013 by Annette
Excellent sequel. Left me wanting more. Thoroughly recommend. Fills the void left by Anne RIce. Great ending building up to another book.Published on 4 Dec. 2012 by david cunningham