Eyes Like Blue Fire

Narrated by: Sarah Jane Rose
Length: 4 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Katja has long spent her life buried in the pain and sorrow of her past, a vampire abandoned to her fate for over 300 years, she never expects to meet another who could help her reclaim her existence. Raven, a poet and fellow lost soul, could be the one to spur her on, but in order to have the future she has only begun to grasp, she must uncover the truth about her origins and the awful event which left her alone centuries before. If she cannot face her past and reclaim her strength, she will lose everything.

©2011, 2019 Amanda M Lyons (P)2019 Amanda M Lyons

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A life of love and loss.

Eyes Like Blue Fire is a book that is almost poetic in a sense. The narrator has a hauntingly beautiful voice that is perfect for this book. I loved how the character of Katja was developed you really got to understand her life from the beginning. The book flowed at a perfect pace you are really able to get into the story.
The determination of the main character is felt throughout the book. I was able to feel her pain, betrayal, love and loss. The book is absolutely phenomenal and descriptive. The plot is creative and powerful. I highly recommend this book if you love books that deal with the supernatural. I received this audio book upon my request and I am glad I did. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review because I really enjoyed this book.

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Eyes are windows to the soul, what if you’re soulless??

I read some sort of vampiric myth or series every year. I really love when some new concept is thrown into the storyline. Either adding to canonical texts, deepening the struggles of holding onto humanity and/or the theologically deep rooted beliefs. In the historical context masters are creators and should be mentors. If they become lovers it never seems to end well. With the Master’s his eyes being a blue like fire there are so many places that could take us. I loved every single one off of them. The Narrator added to the story.

* I highly recommend this book. In lieu of an honest review of the book I received a free copy of this book.

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The reader is wonderful to listen to. The story however is sad and depressing. I could only listen to about 35/40 minutes before I just couldn't stand the depression. It may get better. I'll give it another try at some other time.

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  • Helen
  • 11-04-19

great book

Katja has long spent her life buried in the pain and sorrow of her past,
great horror book enjoyed being scared