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Monday, October 29, 2012

The Devouring (Kavachi's Rise) by Mike Kearby

A Dark Secret. Thomas Morehart and his sister, Kara are vampyre, not the undead, but creatures evolved over hundreds of thousands of years to mimic their prey, man. Then - rescued from a Nazi Prison Camp, Thomas and Kara are brought to the U.S. and forced to work inside government-owned mortuaries. Now -betrayed by the government sixty-seven years later, Thomas and Kara are in a race against time to transform back to their feral states or risk Exsanguination by government sanctioned hit squads

It is hard to figure out a description to go along with this book. Most of the time you can attach a tag to a book after reading it and keep it in a certain genre, but this is not the case. It is so hard to figure out which category this book could fit into, because although it is a vampire book it is not the typical vampire story.

This book gave me odd dreams after I read it, perfect for this time of year when all the little ghosts and goblins come out to play.

I also liked the historical parts they slipped in there. The WWII aspects where unique and very intriguing.

This tale was dark and beautifully woven, a cautionary tale not to be read right before bed.  I loved how the attention to detail pulled me into the story so deep it was hard to come back to reality without jumping at shadows.

5 Raven's.

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