Hey everyone! I’m back with another blog tour hosted by Damp Pebbles Blog Tour! Thank you so much Emma for including me on this tour. Today is the last day of the tour so be sure to check out the other lovely hosts that got to share this book with you.
It’s bad enough you’re from a family of rich bankers, without having to deal with secret genetic engineering factories in the Dakotas.
Especially when you wake up one morning after a tab of E and find you’re thinking in Hebrew.
Follow the adventures of the Vanpyre family as they wrestle with the Dark Side of money and power.
“Deep…”; “Laugh out loud funny…..”If you enjoy more experimental writing styles and brilliant writing …then this is the book for you.” 5 out of 5 stars, by J.S. Menefee, author of the Rephaim: Bloodlines series
Originally from the North Yorkshire coast in England, Clare Blanchard spent half her lifetime in Czechia in Central Europe, where her books are mainly set. Inspired by noir fiction, her settings are often like another character in the plot. She writes crime mysteries and dark urban fantasy with a historical twist.
Clare loves beautiful landscapes and architecture, cross-country skiing, the wine of South Moravia, and of course Czech beer. When she’s not being literary she knits funky socks.
Disclaimer: I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you to Damp Pebbles Blog Tours and CB Books for this free copy. All quotes in this review are taken from the Advanced Reader Copy and may change in final publication.
I feel like this book kind of blew my mind in the way that I really, really, really had to pay attention to what I was reading. Not saying that I don’t pay attention to all the books I read, not at all, but I know that I had to go back to read something over because I was like “wait did that just happen?” or “did I read that right?” or something along those lines. It was an intense kind of experience for me because it wasn’t just one of those books that could flow easily or where you know where the book was taking you.
This is considered the second book from what I’m seeing in the internet world, and while it would probably make sense to read these in order, it worked out as a standalone as well.
And can I just say that I’m not even surprised that other species had to save the world from humans? We’re just terrible when we get in large crowds apparently, so I’m not even mad at that.