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Immortal Betrayal based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I liked this story, that is what brings the rating up to 3 stars. But it was difficult reading it because of the extreme number of typos and missing words. Even a small press like BlackWyrm should edit their books better than this. Also I found the heavy use of anachronisms very distracting. The book is supposed to be set in the 10th century, but many of the devices and information bandied about were from centuries later. There was also significant disregard for true geography. Writing a fictional tale in a made-up place is perfectly fine, but if a book is presented as taking place in our world, a map should be consulted for discussions of travel. But, as I said, I am a sucker for a good vampire story, and I liked the story itself. Perhaps it may appeal even more to the Twitter crowd who do not concern themselves with correct spelling or grammar.
Paul Lewis is a good writer and knows what he is meaning to do with the well placed words and detail he has put into this novel.If you are vampire fan or werewovles Tickle your fancy than this book is for you.it has love,action,brutal Hard hitting in your face storytelling