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Shelleyrae at Book'd Out
Feb 16, 2011 rated it really liked it
I'm working my way through this series, and having enjoyed the first book, Once Bitten, Twice Shy, I thought Another One Bites the Dust was equally as fun and easy to read. Jaz and Vayl, along with Cole, Cassandra and Bergen, are on a mission to prevent Chien-Lung, and insane Chinese Vampire, from creating an international incident at the Corpus Christi Winter Festival. Chien-Lung is near invincible, having stolen Bergen's invention, an armour that binds with it's wearer on a cellular level, and ...more
Charlotte (Buried in Books)
Jun 28, 2011 rated it really liked it
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As much as I like Jaz, Vayl, Cassandra, Cole and Bergman (hello, Rodney McKay!) this story really didn't hold my interest. Yes, the writing was funny and Jaz's quips hilarious, the story nevertheless dragged in places. Also, the whole body-armor thingy that Lung stole, well, it seemed a bit over the top. I don't know, I just didn't find it all that interesting. The saving grace of this book are the lovable characters, that's for sure. They behave like one big family, though the jealousy between ...more
Apr 14, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: vampires
3.5 stars rounded up.

Better than the first although Jaz and Vayl keep evading and deflecting instead of talking about the important things, like what exactly are the sverhmin/avhar rules? I wasn't happy with the resolution to Jaz's little sleep problem nor her behavior. She's supposed to be snarky but instead sounds like a smartass teen, add to that her bickering with Cole and you get an immature heroine that leaves you wondering how on earth she managed to be in charge of her own team.

At least
Charlotte (Buried in Books)
Not as good as the first book, but really good fun, still with the same sharp sense of humour.

This time Jazz and Vayl are after a Chinese vampire, that has gotten his hands on one of Bergmans inventions - a suit of armour, which can shoot poisioned spines and breath fire at you. They can only get it off him when he's dead and its designed not to let that happen.

Vayl facinates me, he's so old fashioned at times (and incredibly jealous of the smallest things), he makes me smile.
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Kori Klinzing
Dec 03, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: ugh, vampires, spies
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Steph Stephens
Jun 03, 2012 rated it it was ok
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Shelves: jennifer-rardin
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Midu Hadi
Aug 19, 2011 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: PNR/UF fans
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