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5.0 out of 5 starsJoss Astounds Yet Again (MINOR SPOILERS)
Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2016
This book truly astounded me. From my previous love of Vladimir, mortal enemy to slayers, Pravus, Tod I had no idea that I could learn to enjoy reading of the difficulties the near killer of Vlad endured. In this story, Joss' loyalties are questioned, leaving him to kill a psychotic vampire in Brooklyn alone. Dorian makes far more than an appearance, and Em is suspected by the Society of being the murdering vampire. But in the end, can we really trust the Society? Joss has more questions on the place of vampires in the order of humans to slayers, all setting up for the grand finale which is Third Strike. This book cannot be skipped if you are planning on reading the Slayer Chronicles, due to Uncle Zac's unforgiving "Jump right in." approach to many books. I would suggest to anyone who loves dark, mentally questioning, and fairly laid back books.
5.0 out of 5 starsI would totally recommend these to any youth that is into the Paranormal ...
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2018
I bought these books for my son, he loves them. Any book series that can get him to read is a plus in my book. I would totally recommend these to any youth that is into the Paranormal and interested in the daily lives of the Paranormal high school life
Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2013
I'll get straight to the point. This and the Vlad Todd series are probably the best side-by-side series I've ever read. There is great action for starters, It's also very easily comprehended, with a pretty clear picture at most times. That being said, the plot could have been a little more complicated, with a bit more delving into things and adding some crisp detail where it matters, to get that 100% clear picture 100% of the time. (Common mistake that I find with most books) I'd give it an 8th-9th grade reading level, yet extremely satisfying for adults that enjoy paranormal books. :) Keep up the good work Ms. Brewer, there's steady improvement with every book!
2.0 out of 5 starsI love Zac Brewer and I love Joss as a character
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2017
I love Zac Brewer and I love Joss as a character. However, after waiting 17 days for my book (longer than I was told I would need to wait), I am yet to receive it. I have asked for a refund. Love the author, love the character, not a huge fan of who I've attempted to purchase it from.
5.0 out of 5 starsGreat characters and enjoyable storyline(s)
Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2012
Heather Brewer has mastered connecting characters through a storyline that could go on forever. Her characters are fresh and interesting. Her storyline(s) keep momentum and provide an enjoyable ride. I love the slayers and the vampires (Todd Chronicles). They're a permanent part of my library which I share with my students.
Just like in the last book there is not much going on in this one. So far this series has only brought unnecessary background information into the mix. Still I like the last series and will continue reading this one for that background info.