Thursday, April 2, 2015

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“A vampire, a fairy and a ghost all climb into an ambulance…”

If life is a funny thing, death has a wicked sense of humor.

President Miranda Hutchinson orchestrated the dissolution of the magical colony of Rezarta following its attempted secession, and three years after her death, no one has any idea that a ghost remains.

Journalist Scanlon Ness exposed the relationship between vampires and organized crime, but he can’t protect himself from joining the ranks of the thirsty dead.

The most perceptive eyes and ears of her generation belong to artist Meliana Lucas, but it is to her surprise when she sees the spirit of a woman who died but did not depart.

Humanity’s answer to the incompletely dead has long been to shun vampires and ignore ghosts. Miranda needs to be heard, and Meliana won’t let the barrier between living and haunting stand in her way. There are some who don’t want Miranda to regain her voice, and for someone like Meliana, the friendship of a ghost is no protection. The paths of artist, ghost and newborn vampire will come crashing together, and they are not prepared for how the dust will clear.

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During her tenure as President of the United States, Miranda Hutchinson passed the Magical Resettlement Act, which scattered the Magic-Handlers to all parts of the country. This allowed the vampires free rein to do as they pleased. When Miranda comes back as a ghost, she is able to make contact with Miliana, who along with her partner Clarice, want to help Miranda to cross over. Unfortunately this friendship causes Miliana to be targeted for a brutal vampire attack, of which she may not survive.

The first quarter of the book was filled with so much backstory detail that it got a bit boring. Once the characters became intertwined though, I picked up the pace and became interested in the plot. I liked how the female characters were strong-willed and independent. I also liked how not all the vampires were malicious, but that some still had a human side to them. Fantasy lovers will really enjoy this one.


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2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to read my book! I'm happy to see you enjoyed it.

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    1. I really did. Thank you for reading my review.

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