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Grown up vampires with teenage angst!

Advantages: A new vampire series.
Disadvantages: Tailed off slightly towards the end.

...you may know i have a real love of books, in particular anything from the vampire genre, so when i am visiting either bookshops or the library i am always on the lookout for something new (good or bad, i will give any book a try!). I haven't s ...

sarahbarrow 10.01.2013 · Read full review
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Review of The Vampire Shrink: Kismet Knight - Lynda Hilburn

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Old Secrets Never Die

Advantages: Based on Charmed, it's easy to get into, it's short, and so many more
Disadvantages: If you don't like Charmed, keep away!

I have been reading these Charmed books for quite some time, as you can tell by the reviews. I do not believe in reading a complete series together, and prefer to space a series out, by reading numerous books in between before reading the next one in line ...

Jonni_boi 07.07.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Whispers From The Past - Constance M. Burge

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Average at best

Advantages: None strong enough to be called advantages
Disadvantages: Confused sense of direction, charachters are note developed, better options out there

I find the zombie genre very hit and miss. This, sadly, is a miss. It's not nearly as bad as David Moody's 'Autumn' series but it suffers from a complete lack of originality. The writing is often acceptable but the author has an annoying habit of slipp ...

awaykitcom 07.11.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Plague of the Dead (The Morningstar Strain) - Z.A. Recht

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Dr Who?

Advantages: Breathless plot
Disadvantages: One of a kind

What would Dr Who be like if it could separate itself from its ‘children’s’ TV image and grow up? Read this and find out. Accomplished British horror novelist Mark Morris sets his sights on revamping the 5th Dr’s image, taking Peter Davison’s incarnation ...

EthanWolfe 12.07.2000 · Read full review
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Review of Dr Who: Deep Blue - Mark Morris

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An Apocolyptic Terror To Reel You In

Advantages: Fast-paced, suspenseful, interesting plot
Disadvantages: Certain lack of relatability

"Sparrow Rock" is definitely a thrilling read with creative new twists for your average 'End-Of- The-World' novel. While initially I couldn't get a strong feel for the characters or the situation, it gradually had me sifting in my seat, disgusted, unner ...

PhillipAnderson 05.08.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Sparrow Rock - Nate Kenyon

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