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    Dark Genesis

    This book held my interest. However, I was a little disappointed that Luna died but interested enough to read the next book, and to learn more about Lina.
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    The darkling

    Great book loved it a great read from cover tpo cover. Couldn'td put ut down would read the rest of the books in the series
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    My thoughts.

    I enjoyed it and want to read more. The ending leaves you wanting to continue to find out how the story evolves.
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    A likable heroine but out of period references.

    There was one scene in particular near the end when a bolt cutter and wheel barrow were needed for rescue, that had no excuse being there. Bolt cutter was patented in 1886 and the end of the civil war was 1865 (official end of slavery, not the end of mistreatment), therefor the bolt cutter was out of time. How were chains (and manacles) cut off in those days? With a heavy hammer and a chisel, which of course made a lot of noise, especially if you missed the chisel(owwwwwwwww)!!! A chain cutter at hardware stores now are much lighter to carry and would look chisel under a screw; again, for reasons unknown, this simple invention was apparently not being made or used at that time.
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    It was an interesting take

    Slave, forbidden love, vampires i give it points for different direction and at times it was a page turner. But it didn't captivate me enough to want to read book two. I feel it would have been better without the present day context.
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