London, 1794. Lucius Cane, a peculiar sort of vampire, comes upon an opponent the likes of which he has never seen before – a brute with remarkable abilities. But not all is as it seems as their encounter unfolds in a manner that neither of them expected.
I like a good Vampire/Werewolf type story as much as the next paranormal fan, but this book just felt a little … lacking. And that is almost entirely due to its length.
Although the premise is reasonable, and the ending leaves the reader hanging, there is just not enough character development, and the story is a little two dimensional as a result.
For me, this was a tale which needed a little more flesh on the bones. 25 pages just wasn’t sufficient to do the story justice.
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
Vanya Ferreira was born in South Africa and currently resides in Serbia. He has been reading since he can remember and has a passion for writing; he simply finds the syntactical nature of language to be a beautiful and mesmerizing creature. Apart from his short story collection, Vanya is also currently working on a full length psychological crime thriller that should be released before the end of the year.