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Visions of Blood & Shadow

(Of Blood #1)

3.83  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Alistair is grieving after the death of his daughter Tabitha who was killed in a hit-and-run. He is desperate to find the man responsible so he can make him pay.

Marcus, Prince of the wereleopards, was happy to mind his own business. But when Black Alistair comes calling there's no refusing his demands.

Alane the Dreamer is Seeing terrible visions of the future, of darkness
Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 290 pages
Published June 4th 2011
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Heather C
This book was so intense. I really don't want to even think right now, but I think I'll feel better once I review.

1. There were no numerical chapters. Each new section started off with the day, time and character from whose POV that section was told. It was a little confusing in the beginning but I quickly became used to it.

2. There are many characters. In the beginning I was having trouble keeping up with who was human and who was what type of creature and if they were straight, gay or bi. Onc
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Wow this book is intense. A lot happens and you slowly get to know several characters throughout the book. There is not really a main character but a cast of characters and we get pretty much everyone’s POV. The POV wasn’t confusing because each POV change started with the characters name and felt like the start of a new chapter usually. The book did not have chapters which I missed but with the POV switching the way it was made sense not to have chapters.

I didn’t want to stop reading it just b
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