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on 18 September 2009
Well, this book is easy-reading, but let's face it: the story is not that interesting, at least in my point of view. From what I've read about vampires, this is maybe the poorest story I've ever read. First of all you read it in a blink; Second, the concept of vampire goes way beyond the classic (which is my favorite).
O.k., the story catches your interest at some point and you do want to know what happens. In that, is good, as well as many of the descriptions made. But that's it, for now. Let's see what happens in the following books.
So, if you're looking a chill reading for a lazy afternoon, that's fine.
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