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Avalon Revisited | [O. M. Grey]

Avalon Revisited

Arthur Tudor has made his existence as a vampire bearable for over three hundred years by immersing himself in blood and debauchery. Aboard an airship gala, he meets Avalon, an aspiring vampire slayer who sparks fire into Arthur's shriveled heart. Together they try to solve the mystery of several horrendous murders on the dark streets of London. Cultures clash and pressures rise in this sexy Steampunk Romance.
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Arthur Tudor has made his existence as a vampire bearable for over three hundred years by immersing himself in blood and debauchery. Aboard an airship gala, he meets Avalon, an aspiring vampire slayer who sparks fire into Arthur's shriveled heart. Together they try to solve the mystery of several horrendous murders on the dark streets of London. Cultures clash and pressures rise in this sexy Steampunk Romance.

©2010 O. M. Grey (P)2013 Audio Realms Publishing Company

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    Captain Skurvy Queensland, Australia 12-17-13
    Captain Skurvy Queensland, Australia 12-17-13 Member Since 2008

    I like Fantasy & Science Fiction but not into Zombie. Due to Health issues, listen to Audiobooks/read ebooks where I can enlarge the print

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    "Gail Carriger's Parasol Protectorate it's not"

    I had high hopes for this book, Steam-punk, Victorian London, Vampires and other supernatural creatures. Some reviews even likened it to Gail Carriger's Parasol Protectorate, but they are sadly wrong.

    Warning Spoilers below this point (something I rarely if ever do)

    Arthur Tudor heir apparent of Henry VII of England (yes he really existed) was made into a vampire 350 hundred years ago just after his marriage to Catherine of Aragon when he died of an illness. In-spite of the fact he knows she had little choice in the matter, he felt betrayed by Catherine when she married his younger brother Henry VIIi, and so immerses himself in killing, human blood and debauchery.

    Aboard an airship gala, he meets Avalon, an aspiring vampire slayer who looks a lot like Catherine. He joins her and her companion they try to solve the mystery of several horrendous murders on the dark streets of London.

    I for one felt for only one character in this book Avalon. Arthur is a self centered hedonistic killer with no morals, scruples or remorse yet we are supposed to belive he changes as soon as Avalon enters his life.

    As the book opens he is seducing another wife and ends up killing her in his feeding frenzy but has no remorse over the fact his only worry is ensuring he does not get caught. When two young kidnapped girls are murdered in a brutal way he thoughts are that they are better of dead anyway and he wishes he could take advantage of all the fresh blood going to waste (he is with Avalon at this stage). He has the same thoughts when Avalon's friend is wounded. In short in spite of the authors trying to turn him into one of the good guys as the book progresses and he is trying to impress Avalon, it just does not gel

    Arthur is also not very smart, after getting rid of some of the "killers" he does not follow up on his one strong lead until much and only because the killings start again a he gets to be with Avalon again.

    Near the end instead of killing the "head bad person" as soon as he can he stands and chats with him and lets the "head bad person" pick up and handle the various devices around the "head bad person" laboratory . . . err guess what happens. No prizes for guessing a no brainier.


    Maybe I expected to much from this book and it coloured my view.

    Unlike Carriger's Parasol Protectorate it has very little if any rapier wit, witty parody, sarcastic fun, humor, quirky supporting characters and enduring lead characters that are the hall mark of that series

    Arthur the lead in Avalon Revisited is a very unlikeable character who even by the end of the book i had very few feelings for.

    This is not a bad book as such but don't expect any outstanding revelations and it might be a passable listen.

    The Narrator does a passable job but he is no Emily Gray







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