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The Isis Collar (Blood Singer Series #4)

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  • Posted April 10, 2012

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    Good Addition to the Series I strongly suggest you read the pre

    Good Addition to the Series

    I strongly suggest you read the previous books in the series (Blood Song, Siren Song and Demon Song) prior to reading this installment.

    While I enjoyed all the books in this series, I enjoyed this particular installment much more than the previous books. The darker storyline engendered a serious tone and feel.

    Celia was a stronger person and a more focused heroine in this installment. Although, it irritated me that she hesitates to use her siren abilities in the face of mortal danger. It also irritated me that the author spends too much time on Celia’s bloody milkshakes and nutrition.

    In my review of the previous book, Demon Song, I commented that Celia was weak and at a disadvantage. Her reaction and response time to situations in her surroundings, were greatly stunted due to the fact that she hasn’t had human blood either from the tap or bagged. Further, the author has limited the potential of the vampire species by making them crazed with bloodlust once they consume human blood. The vampires in Celia’s world will always be out of control and unable to function in society which greatly hampers their potential.

    I am not a fan of zombies, however, I greatly enjoyed this story. The ingenuity of the storyline serve to amplify its creativity and mystification; in addition to being jam-packed with lots of action, suspense and intrigue.

    I recommend this book to fellow dark urban fantasy readers and look forward to the next book Eldritch Conspiracy due out 2013.
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  • Posted June 7, 2013

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    Absolutely love this series! I've read it 3 times already and I'

    Absolutely love this series! I've read it 3 times already and I'm finishing up this book to start her next one tonight. A must read if you enjoy the paranormal that includes action, danger, a strong lead female and laughing out loud while you read.

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