Bloodborn (Other #2)
Brock Koeman had always loathed werewolves and Others like them. Then, while tracking a werewolf suspected of murder, he and his brother Chris were bitten--and infected with the very disease they despised. Chris is now fighting for his life in the hospital, but Brock faces another kind of battle: stifling the fierce urge to transform into a beast.
When werewolves kidnap hi...more
A very compelling continuation of the tale of a group of people who are hunted and persecuted to near ex...more
Bloodborn is a very different perspective and book from Other, though the character did first appear in Other. What's great about this book is watching a character raised to think bigot thoughts, and then he becomes what he hated and how he deals and accepts that. While Other's prejudices felt more akin to racism, the "bloodborn" ness of Werewolves felt closer to AIDS in the way Brock was treated, the way he was given medicine to fight it. He also insanely beli...more
The characters of this book is what got me hooked. The main character, Brock is so fresh and brightening, that I automatically fell in love with him. You can tell right from the start that Brock is not the same as the others. His heart is so much purer than what I thought it be. He made sacrifices and never thought of himself but of others. I love that even the girl he was running...more
When werewolves kidnap him and the girl he loves, Brock discovers what it means to be Other—wondrous new sensations and experiences, overshadowed by constant danger—and the lif...more
Bloodborn's werewolf mythology is unique in the fact that not all the wo...more
While I liked Bloodborn, I have to admit that Other is still my favorite.
I love the mythology of thes...more