Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Review ~ Blood Prophecy (Sons of Navarus #4) by Gabrielle Bisset

I am everything you fear. I am vampire.

As the two Sons chosen to decipher the Prophecy of Idolas, Ramiel and Thane journey to find the key to defeating the Archons. Together with Noele, a born vampire, they confront their fates as they fulfill their duty to their world. Along the way, they'll find love, but death and betrayal lurk in the shadows, threatening everything dear to them.

Descended from the gods and warriors all, each Son's loyalty will be tested. Every action has consequences, and the choices they make now seal their fates. Alliances as old as the vampire world itself are reforged, and the Sons' duty is clear. Stop the Archons. Or die trying.
This one is a keeper…HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for fans of paranormal romances.

Anyone who has yet to experience (read) the Sons of Navarus series by Gabrielle is missing out. I have read so many paranormal vampire romance novels that nothing seems to shock me anymore. However, this author’s entire writing style is distinctive. She does not just toss in a couple of interesting new concepts with a well-worn plot and call it original. She has an unsurpassed ability to take a decent plot twist and manipulate it quite skillfully – generating revelations that are impossible to see coming.

As a reader, I thought, “Where does she come up with the stuff?” This entire book from page one, until the epilogue, is an emotional funhouse. I cannot say this is my favorite installment (because it would be easier to pick a favorite donut); each offers something superbly special and the series would not be the same with even a missing chapter. Noele is my preferred type of female protagonist; she is independent, strong, and loyal. Also, the author did an incredible job of pulling the secondary characters into the spotlight without shadowing neither Noele nor Ramiel.

Disclosure: This book was provided to me free of charge for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.
Disclosure: This ebook was provided free of charge for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.

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