Dragon's Fall Rise of the Scarlet Order

Dragon's Fall Rise of the Scarlet Order

by David Lee Summers

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ISBN-13: 9781897562604
Publisher: Lachesis Publishing
Publication date: 10/20/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 683 KB

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Dragon's Fall Rise of the Scarlet Order 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is not your daughter’s vampire story: the vampires kill, have sex and the woman doesn’t have to choose— she gets both lovers. Hooray! I’m not a fan of vampires, but I know a lot of their lore because my husband enjoys vampire stories. David Lee Summers’ vampires are more in line with what I think of as “normal” vampires, but he does put in his own twists, which I like. They aren’t souless killing monsters. Some of them remember life before they were turned and keep some of their morals and ethics from their human life. Some of the vampires completely forget who they were before they were turned and either go crazy, or find a path to sanity. The main characters are smart and build a life for themselves whether it’s mercenary or thief or assassin or setting themselves up as nobility. Parts of the book remind me of The Robe, other parts of the Davinci Code and some parts are pure David Lee Summers having fun with thoughts of an immortal life. The story runs parallel to many historical happenings and I enjoy the story line where vampires are seeking holy relics for their own enrichment instead of to destroy them. The one place I wanted more was emotional depth in the characters. As soon as I started to get connected to one of the characters, David would pull back. If he writes another book in the series, and I hope he does, I’d like to wallow a little more in their desires and sorrows. I recommend this book to anyone who likes alternative history stories and vampire stories. It’s not a kids book—adults only :)