I saw this on sale and thought I would give it a chance. I found myself rapped up in the heroin's story... now I'm hooked. I hope they release the res..Show More »t of the Blood Destiny series on audible.
Yes, i have read this whole series on kindle and it's even better to listen to it on audible. I like the main character and her story flows very quic..Show More »kly. I just want to know when the rest of her series will be out on audible. Because this book ended in quite a cliff hanger
Blood Domination is one of my favorite books in the entire series because this was the book that really started the expansion of Suttle's universe. Be..Show More »fore now there had been hints about the larger universe (like every time they mentioned Adam Chessman but always failed to mention where he was, Griffin constantly popping in and out, and Sherly Walkers odd out-of-the blue comment about Unicorns way back in the first book) but now we get a crash course on it through Lissa's eyes. Another reason I like the book is because Lissa finally gets taken off her leash for most of the book, and the rest of the book is her giving a giant middle finger to the vamps on Earth. I mean, seriously, when will they realize she's at her best when they aren't constantly trying to micromanage her? In any case, they'll all soon realize Lissa was never theirs to command to begin with.
I am really enjoying all the books in this series so far. In fact I wish they would release the others quicker!!! Entirely new take on vampires a..Show More »nd werewolves which wanders off on a very different tangent compared to all the other books I have read of the same genre, there have been many. At first I was thinking it was a bit out there but it's all coalescing surprisingly well. Very worth the credits and the narrator, Traci Odom, does a fantastic job.
Ok, so now that Lissa has somewhat of a handle on her current situation, with being a Queen of a whole freaking planet, things begin to look familiar,..Show More » with plots to kill her. Other than the betrayals and attempts on her life, nothing is the same and Lissa is trying to find her place in this new world and time.
I, for one, was very excited about this new turn the series had taken with Lissa, until now. Three hundred years ago on earth Lissa was in her own element, but here on Le-Ath Veronis, she is struggling to grasp what the hell is going on. She has 13 mates now, rules an entire planet, and is now trying to build that planet one city at a time. The fact that we are 7 books into this series and are going through world building and character development all over again is mind boggling. I miss Winkler, and the pack. I miss OK, and TX, and Franklin. I'm trying to wrap my head around the new changes and roll with em, but it's difficult at times for me. When you get so involved in the characters life, being flipped upside down unexpectedly can take a toll. Whether or not this was the authors intent, I don't know, but I'm having a hard time with it.
I can applaud the author for the spectacular detail to the world building and character development, because it always is a tremendous task to take on. How she kept the family line straight is beyond me, but my God it's twisted! I love Lissa's new role but I don't like how she came about them, just like how she came about becoming a vampire. It was a cruel way to be turned, and her Royal status was no different in my eyes. I'm crossing my fingers and toes that the connection I had with the series comes back to me in the next book, Blood War.
Narrator Review Traci Odom, you are fantastic! I don't even know what to say about your performance anymore but that! Keep up the great work, and I will see you in Blood War!