Wednesday, 4 June 2008
In the town of Morganville vampires and humans live together. It is not always peaceful and not everyone is happy with the arrangement. However leaving isn't really an option. Claire Danvers knows that going out at night can be dangerous but she now has a bracelet that protects her. The problem is that she isn't protected against new arrival Mr. Bishop. Who is he and what does he want? Whatever it is can't be good.

Claire's parents are now in town and Eve's brother Jason is still hanging around like a bad smell. Shane has some unwanted attention from one of Mr Bishop's helpers and Micheal is caught in the middle of it all. The Glass house is obviously not supposed to have a quiet occupancy.

The 'Feast of Fools' is the 4th Morganville vampire book and even though it is not the best from the series so far it is amazingly good. Anyone who has been following this series will be desperate to find out what happened after the cliffhanger ending in the last book. Well be warned. This one has a cliffhanger ending too.

Dramatic and addictive this series is aimed at young adults but it will be enjoyed by any vampire genre reader. There are some great characters in this series and they can be serious, adult and witty all the same time. This newest addition is also quite bloody and things are starting to be a bit more sexy. Rachel Caine's work is always brilliant and I love the little touches she adds eg. Using a Welsh swear word.

I can't wait to see what happens in the next part of the Morganville Vampire series and I am also looking forward to reading the next book in the 'Weather Warden' series also by this author. 'Gale Force' is due out in the Summer and anyone who hasn't tried one of these series by Rachel Caine needs to go and get their hands on them asap! You have been missing out on one of the best there is!

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posted by Amber Katze at Wednesday, June 04, 2008 |


3 Comments:


At 4 June 2008 at 16:22, Blogger Kimberly Swan

She's just an amazing author. :) I follow both of the series as well, and you're right...it's addictive!

 

At 4 June 2008 at 22:16, Blogger Ladytink_534

I've seen a few reviews for this but I think I've only read one of her short stories. She seems like a good author though.

 

At 7 June 2008 at 07:58, Blogger Amberkatze

@ Kimberly - She is addictive. I have to say I prefer this series to the Weather Wardens though. Not sure why...maybe it is the vamps ;)

@ Ladytink - You should really try the first book in this series 'Glass Houses'. If you don't like it I would be very surprised!

 






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