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ALL SOULS' NIGHT
by Jennifer Armintrout

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Vampire, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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Armintrout pulls out all the stops in her fourth and final Blood Ties book, skillfully setting up a climactic clash of good vs. evil. Along the way, familiar characters reappear and new ones are introduced, and all are uniformly detailed and interesting. As before, Carrie's first-person viewpoint makes up the bulk of the narrative, adding much to a bloody good read.

Recovering from the showdown with the Oracle, as well as
the death of her first sire, Cyrus Kendrick, undead vampire hunters Carrie Ames and her lover, Nathan Grant, are preparing for the final
battle with Cyrus' father, Jacob, aka
the Soul Eater.

It's an unbalanced fight at best -- even without the zombie army Jacob's amassing. There's too much at stake
for Carrie, Nathan and their merry
band to walk away from -- even when
it becomes clear that Carrie may have
to make the ultimate sacrifice to tip
the balance in their favor.

(MIRA, Jun.,
384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Mira

Published: June 2008

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