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30 Days of Night: Light of Day (30 Days of Night novels #4)

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A terrifying species of legend that exists in shadow and thrives in night, preying on and intriguing an unsuspecting modern worldÉ An amoral, clandestine government operation that uses whatever means necessary to inflict maximum damage upon one of the most frightening and demonized forces humanity has ever encounteredÉ And all of mankind is threatened by ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 29th 2009 by Pocket Star (first published 2009)
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Finally, a vampire novel that doesn't focus on a love triangle or the love interests of the main characters!
"Light of Day" is the fourth novel in an ongoing series although each one can be read individually without prior knowledge of the others. This one focuses on a scientist who was experimenting on captured bloodsuckers only to be turned himself. Finding himself as part of the undead he starts work on trying to find a "cure" that will allow vampires to be out in the sun thus allowing them to
I enjoyed this book. It satisfied my need for a more grittier vampire story. I liked most of the characters although I found the special vampire hunter agent a bit cliche, I was able to enjoy it. It was a fast read. I will read another in this series.
Sylvia Marquez
A good gory vampire book. NOT your Twilight vampire story. That's what makes it so great. A few unexpected surprises that had me think back to the story. All in all, a good, quick read.
Caitlyn Fortunato
I thought that it was good for a vampire book. glad there was no love triangles!!! good spin on vampires :) would recommend
No Stella and Eben. Story wasn't that great but entertaining enough.
Rob Findlay
Really weak offering. This series needs the input of Steve Niles.
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Award-winning author Jeffrey J. Mariotte has published more than 30 novels, including horror epic The Slab, award nominated teen horror quartet Witch Season, and the recent supernatural thrillers River Runs Red and Missing White Girl, in addition to tie-in novels and many, many comic books. He is also co-owner of specialty bookstore Mysterious Galaxy in San Diego. He lives in southeastern Arizona. ...more
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