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Lifeblood by Werner A. Lind
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Jun 25, 10

bookshelves: read-in-2008, vampires
Read in November, 2008

I really liked this when I read it, I thought I had done a review, but there doesn't seem to be one up on Goodreads, so I'll have to go back and compose my thoughts on it.
I will say that (disclosure) that author Werner Lind is a friend, but I still can honestly say that the book had an interesting premise and that the two main characters are made interesting to the point that the reader does care about their fate. This to me is the mark of a good storyteller.
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Werner A. Lind
“Foul, misbegotten mound of walking donkey dung!”
Werner A. Lind, Lifeblood

Werner A. Lind
“Yea, v-verily, she answered, understanding his thought though not his idiom and speaking without - she hoped - noticeable hesitation. "Methought I saw a serpent moving in the grass yonder, but now I see 'twas but the stirring of the breeze." She slid her hands under the paper bag in her lap to hide their trembling.
Ana Vasilifata”
Werner A. Lind, Lifeblood


Reading Progress

10/02/2008 page 65
43.92% "Really enjoying the book so far. The two main characters are likeable and sympathetic so far, and I'm interested in what happens next."
10/02/2008 page 100
67.57% 1 comment

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