Vampires cannot return to their previous mortal state... or can they?
Jack has spent the past ten years as a vampire, traveling with his fanged friends, but there is something missing. Once a year he comes home to take a nostalgic walk through his childhood home. He visits his grave and looks in on his kid brother, watching him from afar, but this time is different. Billy is older than Jack now, a jaded hunter with a thirst for killing vamps, and he almost catches Jack in the house. Then a werewolf tries to kill a pretty girl in the cemetery. A freak incident restores Jack's mortality and takes away his fangs.
This is it, the day he's dreamed about. He can return home, graduate from high school, and reclaim his life... but there's something Jack doesn't know. His transformation was not an accident. He has a destiny to fulfill and it doesn't include any of the things he so desperately wants.
Jack is supposed to kill the head werewolf using a one-time-only magical device, but he kind of likes the guy. And he's sure the rumors about the head werewolf building an army to destroy the world are just made-up lies. Besides, there's another werewolf Jack wants to kill. The psychotic werewolf still living in town, pretending to be normal, ripped his parents apart in front of Jack. If it wasn't for his vampire friends he'd be dead too.
Should he use the magic Silver is trusting him with to save the world or get revenge?
©2011 Kasi Blake (P)2014 Kasi Blake
I returned this after the first ten seconds of listening. It will teach me to listen to the samples.
-owner of over 200 audio books
The book is awesome. It had me gripped to the end. I can't wait to read the whole series. I wasn't crazy about the narrator's voice, but the book is awesome.
TWILIGHT because Jack could touch somebody and read all their thoughts like Aro could in New Moon and Breaking Dawn.
I don't know
Personally found story good. Predicted the bad guy. However that may be because I am an adult and read lots of mysteries. I disliked the narrator. Voice semed to be condesending at first and to me tainted the audio experience. I found depth in the characters and they were beliveable.
Silver due to how she handled everything.
Tone of voice and the way he portrayed what the main character said.
The strry obviousy was not completed but did not leave in a major cliffhanger like some books do. Story plot kept moving and was enjoyable but to me narrator was a poor choice.
Listen to the sample and make sure you would be willing to listen to the narrator for the whole book. If in doubt read the book.
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