The Long Night: Blood Will Be Served (Fortier #2)
Alfred Zeidan is proclaimed Fortier, the Strongest amongst the vampires. After ending a century old feud between the two most prominent vampire houses, he sets out to rid his race of a shadow that has long haunted them.
The Elders have been the deciding factor in the fall of so many civilizations...more
I did have a couple of irks that kept this from being a 5 star read for me. While I don’t mind violence and enjoyed how vivid some of the scenes were from a Writer’s point of view, there were times when I felt like the st ...more
I almost liked this book. It started of engaging, as I went through there were interesting bits about how the werewolf vampier folklore worked for this particular story and it did hit most of the points this fantasy genre hits with the extras designed to set it apart. The problem was the further I got into it the less I wanted to read it. The prologue didn't add anything to the book. Literally everything that was in it I figured out in the reading of the follow ...more
The story is fairly bloody and violent. That didn't bother me too much, but there were several times I couldn't see where it made sense to the story. It was sort of violence for violence's sake. It didn't feel necessary.
Here a ...more
The Long Night: Blood Will Be Served is filled with Alfred journey and with him getting everything in order and his plans made to take care of this ...more
blended well with the story. The main character Alfred was a total bad-ass and totally deserved his title of the Fortier. The story was unique to me in how the Author was not hesitant in his portrayal ...more
I was warned of the violence in this book before I started reading it but it was just way too much for me. I thought maybe I could handle it but thought wrong.
I am sure there will be other readers this would appeal to but it was just over the top for me.