Break of Dawn (Vampire Babylon Series #3)

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"A kick-butt ride from start to finish." --Monsters and Critics

To save her father, Hollywood stuntwoman and vampire hunter Dawn Madison must enter the vampire Underground, where she will encounter an unthinkable betrayal.

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Overview


"A kick-butt ride from start to finish." --Monsters and Critics

To save her father, Hollywood stuntwoman and vampire hunter Dawn Madison must enter the vampire Underground, where she will encounter an unthinkable betrayal.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780441018390
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/26/2010
  • Series: Vampire Babylon Series , #3
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 1,020,304
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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Chris Marie Green, former school teacher turned full-time writer, gets out of the office by taking long trips to places such as Japan, Italy, and New Orleans. When she’s not causing international incidents, she enjoys practicing yoga, taking part in fangirl movie and TV program analysis, and writing romance novels under the name Crystal Green.
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  • Posted December 19, 2010

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    Highly Recommended

    This book had some great twists and turns that I did not at all see coming, hence the 4 stars. That being said, there were still some things I didn't like. The 'Master' got to be reeeeeally annoying, I mean there's only so many times I can hear about how lame and depressed and pathetic someone is before I lose all sympathy and I just want to move on to something new. Dawn was also a little dense about some stuff, but nothing new there. Not nearly as much sex in this one as the other 2, which is not necessarily a bad thing, it made Dawn a little more relateable that she's starting to have emotions and what-not. I loved the ending, and I'm excited to see where it's going to go from here. One thing to be said for Green, she's not scared to alter and change major characters in major ways.

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  • Posted May 10, 2010

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    Slow to start but worth persuing...

    Although it took me awhile to get into the first book of this series, I sank right into the second book. The second book got right down to business and was hard to put down from beginning to end. I am starting to warm up to the heroine more. I am enjoying learning a little more about Jonah, Kiko and Bresi as well as the Underground characters. I would recommend this series, especially to those who really love this genre......

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  • Posted September 26, 2009

    Great read

    Good discriptions good plot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2009

    Amazing book just can get boring in a few places

    overall its a really good book and its not like most vampire book that i have read in the past. It goes back and forth so you got to really pay attention to whats happening. But I really liked it. It has a lot of suspense after each chapter so it makes you want to keep reading which is why i read it in like one day.

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  • Posted July 20, 2009

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    Breath taking

    Chris Green Is a breath taking writer, it's like actually living and feeling the events within the pages very sensual!

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  • Posted April 7, 2009

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    Conclusion of story arc.

    This is the 3rd of Chris Marie Green's "Vampire Babylon" series. I originally picked up the first book because the cover was interesting. The entire series is well done and this book does have a great ending to it. I'm not sure where the new arc will take the series. But I have all ready purchased the book.

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  • Posted November 17, 2008

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    Break of Dawn by Chris Marie Green

    "Break of Dawn" is a fitting end to Chris Marie Green's first trilogy set in her Vampire Babylon series. On vampire master is vanquished, but the path to victory is twisted with more hairpins turns than an alpine road.<BR/><BR/>Dawn has fully left her old life of stuntwoman behind and is now committed to getting her father back (hopefully before he's turned) and killing her vampire mother for allowing her buddy Breisi to be killed. She's on a rampage and her new powers can aid her if she can only figure out how to use them. And speaking of figuring things out, she's determined to get more information about 'the Voice' and who and what he/it is. But Dawn may find that too much information can result in too many choices.<BR/><BR/>An excellent urban fantasy with a very different love story. If you've ever wondered about spirit sex, Green does a great job of portraying out of body intercourse. But this third book is really about the Voice and how and why he is what he is. Now I'll just have to wait for the first book of the next trilogy for my Vampire Babylon fix.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2008

    A superb urban fantasy

    Deep below the paved streets of Los Angeles lies the lair of master vampire Beneditke. There they wait living the life of luxury while biding time before coming above ground as performers as they were in a previous life thanks to plastic surgery helping them modify their appearances. Eva, once the Master¿s favorite, kidnapped her husband Frank and turned him into a vampire while their daughter Dawn Madison has become Beneditke¿s new obsession.------------------ Jonah¿s mission is to destroy the Undergrounds and their Masters, but Dawn has misgivings whether she can trust him any longer. Unknowingly she is already attached to the Master who is wearing a human guise. A betrayal forces Dawnawn out of her refuge at Jonah¿s hiding place while her mom and another vampire trick her into going to the Underground. Circumstances put Eva Dawn in a tenuous spot regarding Dawn, but she eventually helps her daughter escape. Dawn returns to Jonah, who has located the underground and intends to kill all its monstrous occupants. Dawn feels pulled in two directions, but must choose which side she is on.--------------- This ends the Vampire Babylon trilogy (see MIDNIGHT REIGN and NIGH RISING), but though complete also sets the stage for a second set of novels in the urban fantasy saga. Chris Marie Green has written a powerful character driven thriller that keeps the audience riveted from start to finish with a need to know what happens next as there is always a shocker every few chapters. The reason this tale and its predecessors are so good are the belief that vampires live in and under Los Angeles and in this case the Underground seems like a real place based on a different perspective of the vampiric mythos. However, from the first page of the first novel to the climax of BREAK OF DAWN, the heroine with her trials and tribulations makes this trilogy well worth reading.------------------ Harriet Klausner

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