Starting this book I was very excited. I do love a good Vampire story after all. The synopsis really pulled me and had my interest when I read it. I won't go and say this this is an awful book, because that would be lying. It has a great story line and has lots of imagination put into it, which I find great in a paranormal story. It's nice to see new things within Vampire books.
I think the biggest fault I found in this book was repetition. I felt that some of the details became very repetitive when Dani talked about her home life. I love details in a book. They help for us as readers to imagine and picture where the characters are, and what they are seeing but in this book and this is a first for me. I felt at times that there were just too many details. It's good to know about Dani's home life, and her past, but at the same time I felt that it almost prolonged the story line from picking up. I wanted to know more of the story that was going to evolve around her brother's disappearance, and what would develop with her and Matt, as well in the Vampire world. Other than that, I truly did enjoy reading this book.
I am very happy that I got the pleasure to read this new story and go on a different adventure involving Vampires. I hope that book 2 will uncover more with each of the two Vampire groups, as well as what will happen next for Dani in her new life.
A.G. grew up in a gloomy and quaint suburb near London, England, and now lives in sunny southern California with her family. She has been an avid horror and paranormal fan since she can remember, reading Goosebumps when she was a child, to watching twilight zone as a teenager with her grandpa. She earned her B.A. in psychology, but decided to follow her passion of storytelling instead. Dark Incidence is her first full length novel, a unique vampire science fiction told through the eyes of two siblings. A.G. also has directed numerous shorts and written children’s books. Her favorite pastime is watching paranormal and horror movies, painting landscapes and seascapes, and reading fiction novels. She can never turn down an invite to eat something home cooked.
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