Jun 22, 2009

Midnight Reign - Vampire Book Review

Green, Chris Marie. Midnight Reign: Vampire Babylon, Book Two. Ace, Feb. 5, 2008. ISBN: 978-0-441-01560-3.

[reviewed by Patricia]

Hollywood stunt-woman Dawn Morgan continues the search for her father, Frank, who went missing in Night Rising (Ace, 2007) the first book of Green's Vampire Babylon series. Along with her team members, the psychic Kiko and the tech-savvy Breisi, Dawn has learned that within a haven for the undead called the Underground lie many of the secrets that could point to Frank's whereabouts as well as solve the mysterious, vicious vampire-like murders of two young women. Working with them in this quest is the mysterious Jonah Limpet, a man Dawn has yet to see, who feeds them information and guides them toward their mutual goal. The novel's tone is dark, dramatic, and erotic. Green writes a complex story with well defined characters and more than enough paranormal mystery to keep readers enthralled from beginning to end.

Patricia Altner for Library Journal
Reprinted with permission of Reed Business Information.

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SciFiGuy said...

Congrats on the Library Journal review. Another great series.

Patricia Altner said...

Thanks, Doug

I've been lucky. The editor at LJ usually sends me vampire books for review. That's how I discovered Green's series