PurplyCookie's Reviews > Black Blood

Black Blood by Christopher Pike
Rate this book
Clear rating

by
2214498
's review
Apr 29, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: book-series, read-growing-up, vampire, young-adult, fave-author
Read in September, 2009 , read count: 3

"Then you should never have been born."

Sita had thought that she and her companion, Ray, were the last vampires on Earth. However, a murderer who favors dismembering and draining the blood of his victims is stalking Los Angeles, and Sita realizes that her assumption is incorrect. Only she has the power to stop this creature from his evil path but he's much stronger than she expected, and she finds herself in a life-and-death struggle.

Occasionally the narrative digresses to discuss Sita's dreams and visions of her original life in India eons ago in an effort to lend spiritual purpose to her actions; this comes across as a somewhat obvious attempt to link the tale to legitimate mythology. I loved it with or without the digressions. The story is seen through not only her eyes, but her thoughts, her dream, and even her imagination.

What I liked most about the sequel is of course Sita's slyly appealing humor. It never fails, whether she's dealing with the new characters introduced in this sequel or engaging in playful yet edgy banter with Ray or Simon.


Book Details:

Title The Last Vampire 2: Black Blood
Author Christopher Pike
Reviewed By Purplycookie
flag

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Black Blood.
Sign In »

Quotes PurplyCookie Liked

Christopher Pike
“Mortals have always exaggerated the difference between hate and love. Both come from the heart. You can never hate strongly unless you have loved strongly.”
Christopher Pike, Black Blood
tags: love


No comments have been added yet.