Title: Vaempires Revolution
Author: Thomas Winship
Length: 214 pages
Publisher: Create Space
Rating: 4 stars
Cassandra’s boyfriend, Daniel, is late for the party. He’s still outside the city when all hell breaks loose. What he believes is an act of terrorism proves to be a full-fledged revolution. Væmpires—former vampires who mutated into warm-blooded creatures with an insatiable hunger for cold blood—have launched coordinated attacks across the globe, with three goals: the eradication of humanity, the enslavement of vampires, and the ascension of væmpires as the dominant species on the planet.
The vampire and human leaders are killed. Cassandra is missing. Daniel is the acting king. Desperate to find the princess, Daniel and his friends fight their way across the besieged city. With the hopes of the free world resting on the shoulders of four vampire teenagers, væmpires unleash their secret weapons—væmpires with special powers.
What can four teens do against an enemy that can shape-shift, fly, or walk through walls?
This new and exciting take on "vampiric fiction" is a breath of fresh air for those of us who like a little bite in our read.
It appears that the "living dead" get to be the good guys in this book.
There are bigger, badder, faster, stronger Vaempire, and they are sooo bad.
The action in this book starts from the opening pages and because of that, it takes a moment to fully understand who is who. When you do get it,and you will. It's off to the blood baths. LOL!!
You don't want to cheer for the baddies, but they are just so cool.
As if the takeover plot, fight scenes, and kick-ass vamp mutants are not enough; there is also the romance between Cassandra and Daniel. Readers will be happy to see that the romantic aspect of this story is neither center stage, nor overshadowed by all of the other action taking place. If anything, the tenderness of their moments help to buffer the beat-downs.
Just when you think that things can't get any better...there is a cliffhanger ending that you will have to read to believe.
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