Wednesday, October 31, 2012

The Vampire Hunters review


As former Boston cops, Drake Matthews and Alison Monroe thought they had experienced it all... until they found themselves tracking down a serial killer who turned out to be one of the undead. Stopping him cost them their careers and almost their lives.  Thanks to an influential and anonymous benefactor, Drake and Alison find a new job ridding the streets of Washington D.C. of the vampiric threat terrorizing the nation's capital. 
Only this time, Drake and Alison are not facing a single vampire but an entire nest led by Ion Zielenska, one of history's most evil and twisted masters. As the vampires indiscriminately prey on humans, seeing them as nothing more than food to satiate their hunger, they create a wave of violence that threatens to engulf the city. Orchestrating the carnage is Antoinette Varela, the mistress of the nest,who realizes that for the nest to survive the hunters must be eliminated. However, when her vendetta turns personal, the hunters find themselves in struggle they are not prepared for.

My Thoughts:

 I have to say this is the best horror I have read in a while. The vampires are actually scary. Scott has brought back the  true vampire pride! I Love Alison and Drake while they are the heroes of the story they are believable. It isn't like  most stories where the heroes fall flat  they add to the book and enhance the action.Antoinette and Ion are seriously scary even if you put aside the supernatural aspects they would be frightening as humans too true psycho paths. That is what I love about this series while the vamps are way bad you find your self some how rooting for the next gory vamp goodness that before the sparkling good vampire phase we all appreciated and love. Scott's Vampires are defiantly bringing all of that back. This gets the SiNner Stamp of approval!



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