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33 A.D. by David McAfee
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Jun 09, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, science-fiction, self-published
Read in June, 2012

Wow! This is such a cool story. Vampires on the backdrop of Jesus' crucifixion! It's very neat how David McAfee weaves together this story that's taking place behind the scenes of the crucifixion story. The twists and turns carry you along, and you don't want to put the book down! I finished it in just a couple days -- I used text-to-speech while I drove and read pretty much any spare moment I had. It's an addicting read! McAfee has a whole host of characters and they all have their own agendas. It's interesting because only a few are actually redeemable, likable characters (Taras and Marcus are really the only ones I can think of) -- the rest you really don't want to succeed because they're so unsavory. But still, something about it kept me reading, even though I didn't like most of the characters. (view spoiler)

Very addicting read with lots of action. Read it if you like historical fiction with some supernatural thrown in! I'm checking out the next one and hoping we see some Paul!

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