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The Judging by Ellen C. Maze
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Feb 09, 2011

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Read from January 25 to February 09, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

Very different vampire novel. The beginning on the story felt a bit rushed, and I didn't get a feel for time or a feel for the character's personalities. I wasn't sure at first whether or not Mark was happy and good, or if he was angry and mean. Hope seemed very, gullible, and helpless. I also didn't get a feel for how they felt for each other, just that their feelings for each other had come about in barely a matter of days.

I loved the flashbacks of Mark's life! Made me understand his confusion, and his personality more.

The last ten or so chapters of the novel were much more clear, detailed, and entertaining. I enjoyed seeing Paul's personality change, and Tony's determination (although a little unrealistic). Great story, very unique, and the religion adds a new twist.
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Ellen Maze Thank you,Danielle, for your review! Great comments. In the second installment, Tony goes searching for Paul, so the book really centers on the two of them and their rocky relationship. The sequel has a humorous element because of these two guys, and now there are 2 detectives hunting for the killer of the body they found behind the gas station (Connie Nixon)...

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I'll have a giveaway for this one soon on Goodreads, and it is for sale in Kindle and paperback.

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