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No Dominion (Joe Pitt Series #2)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great tale

    The Vyrus causes those exchanging bodily fluids to become Vampyre and for the most part they are divided into two groups: the Coalition and the Society. The Coalition wants to remain underground while the society wants come out in the hopes that human scientists can find a cure for the Vyrus. Joe Pitt belongs to neither group and is considered a Rogue, one who needs blood and money for the rent and to help his HIV girlfriend get the drugs she needs to stay alive because he won¿t turn her.-------------------- At a bar, Joe sees a new Vampyres flip out and he ends up taking him out. Terry the leader of the society says that is happening more and more to newbies. He hires Joe to find the person supplying the drug and during Joe¿s investigation he learns someone has found a way to keep the virus alive in the blood outside a host for a short period of time. The newbies shoot up and get a tremendous high. The answers lie in the Coalition land not controlled by the Hood but they will do Joe no good unless he can stop the mastermind from carrying out a diabolical plan that is nothing more than a power play in vampire politics.----------------- Charlie Huston take on the vampire mythos is fascinating, original and believable because in his universe it is a blood disease. Joe Pitt loves Evie and he takes a job that almost kills him not only for his own needs but because he wants to get the medicines she needs so she can live. He hates being a Vampyre and wants nothing more than for someone to find a cure but he believes the Vampyre groups have their own interests that come before the needs of the individual. Joe Pitt is Phillip Marlow with a blood addiction.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted May 9, 2010

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    Joe Pitt is an interesting dead guy

    I found Charlie Huston's first Joe Pitt book for free on B&N's website. As I enjoy vampire fiction, I decided to give it a try. The book was interesting and, while I found several inconsistencies with other vampire fiction, entertaining. While I find Huston's "vampire lifestyle" conflicts with the way vampire stories have been told in the past, I still found his novel interesting. When I came across Huston's second installment in the Joe Pitt series, I wanted to see how the characters developed and whether the story was going to be as decent as the first one. I was not disappointed. This book not only continues with the story of how Joe Pitt's interacts with his "acquaintances" as well as describes his lifestyle, it gives a good chunk of background to the reader to help [us] understand how Joe Pitt came to be. I am interested to see how the story continues in the third installment of the series.

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