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Those Who Hunt the Night

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  • Posted April 12, 2015

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    Did I enjoy this book: This is a Gothic vampire mystery novel an

    Did I enjoy this book: This is a Gothic vampire mystery novel and I liked it. It’s got “Spooky Halloween Book” written all over it, and guess what – there aren’t any sparkly vampires. Not that there’s anything wrong with sparkly vampires, but I prefer mine with a bit of a classic vampire vibe. You know, sneaking out of dark corners and talking about sucking your blood? Yeah, that’s what Barbara Hambly created in this novel.




    A friend who recommended Those Who Hunt the Night said I’d adore Ysidro’s character. She was right of course. He is the perfect amount of creepy and intelligent for a vampire. He’s eloquent, which makes reading his dialogue fun. It’s easy to fall into a rhythm with the banter he has with our main character James Asher.




    Hambly also lets science take part in this novel. We get to see that perhaps there is science behind being a vampire. No, there is no outbreak of vampire disease that causes Buffy to show up, but the science makes this novel interesting because we get a look at more than just the normal vampire lore.




    Those Who Hunt the Night is a quick read, and now that I found out there‘s a sequel I’ll be rereading it to get myself back into the gothic world of James Asher.
     
    Would I recommend it: I would!




    As reviewed by Gina at Every Free Chance Books. 

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    Posted June 7, 2013

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