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Blood Song (Blood Singer Series #1)

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7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Reviewed by Breia "The Brain" Brickey for TeensReadToo.com

BLOOD SONG is the work of amazing duo C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp, writing as Cat Adams.

In this story we meet Celia Graves, a bodyguard to the rich and famous who, although she is a regular human, knows about ghosts, demons, and other types of supernatural beings. Wh...
BLOOD SONG is the work of amazing duo C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp, writing as Cat Adams.

In this story we meet Celia Graves, a bodyguard to the rich and famous who, although she is a regular human, knows about ghosts, demons, and other types of supernatural beings. While on assignment guarding a prince from a small European country, she is left wounded from a vampire attack.

This attack leaves her as an Abomination, not really vampire but not plain vanilla human, either. Celia must figure out her new limits, as well as destroy her maker before he can gain control over her - although this is the least of her worries.

Action, twists, and turns abound in this wonderful new series. The story flows like magic and the characters are very exciting. Celia Graves is definitely a character to watch.

For readers who are familiar with C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp, I think they'll be surprised at this new take on the old supernatural creature story. For those who are not familiar with them, I believe they'll go back and find their other stories just to get another taste of such wonderful storytelling.

This book is what urban fantasy is all about: fast-paced, mysteries galore, and a main character who is stubborn beyond belief even in the face of stronger creatures. Reading this book was like going on a roller coaster ride where the lever broke off and they can't find the off switch.

Cat Adams has crafted a story that will have others taking notice and scrambling to craft a story just as good. I think this will be one of the best series we'll see this year, and I would expect nothing less from the dynamic duo called Cat Adams.

posted by TeensReadToo on June 13, 2010

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

What??? Boring!

I couln't wait to read this book and see what it was about. Didn't do it for me! nothing captivating, characters were "vague", plot not great, the story seem to be dragging. I didn't enjoy this book, will not continue on to the next book and will not recommend it.

posted by booklover1A1 on September 10, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2010

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    What??? Boring!

    I couln't wait to read this book and see what it was about. Didn't do it for me! nothing captivating, characters were "vague", plot not great, the story seem to be dragging. I didn't enjoy this book, will not continue on to the next book and will not recommend it.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 20, 2012

    I thought I would like this books are purely as a guilty pleasur

    I thought I would like this books are purely as a guilty pleasure trope overdose. The premise and characters do fill that niche, but I think it needs some serious editing. Not for grammar, but it somehow needs to clean up the long exposition info dumps from stopping the narrative flow dead over and over again every time a whole new fantastical element is introduced to the world with an ecyclopeic lecture from the first person narrator.


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