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Posted July 3, 2013
Still haunting, it gets going pretty well on the gore factor in this episode, but it does take a while still, to get there. Vanora, now a mature young lady, is pretty much getting ready to leave to go to college and maybe lead a somewhat more normal life. How will her undead siblings Alisha and Roman fare without her and deal with it? It’s not looking good, especially since she has already spent an entire summer with her human side of the family. This let us see the vampire siblings slip further into the darkness of the vampire culture and nature…and embrace it.
This also takes you deeper into Armando’s feelings for Vanora. Though I loved what happens between them, it was timed so wrongly and made for a mess that left my head spinning once Vanora leaves. ***Spoiler alert… I hated how the vampires screwed up Vanora & Armando’s lovely moment. Left me hanging. End Spoiler***
A very intense episode and the sneak peek at the end into Armando’s gruesome master’s world was amazing! It was so gothically grotesque and ominous; I wanted to read more after that. If the rest of the episodes dive into that world, it’s going to be even more amazing than the first season.
After season 1, I’m taking a break from this series…but will definitely be returning soon to read the rest of it and look forward to all of season 2. I enjoyed my forage into the world of serial novels and I highly recommend reading stories this way.
If you like chilling, vampire reads that will be an ongoing series with extra dark undertones, this is it.