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Publisher Description

Return to the paranormal world of Brogio, the First Vampire….

Snow Blood, Kindred dog of Brogio, the first Vampire, has faced dangers and intrigues alongside his Master – defeating the threats that assault them time and time again.

Now, another evil looms, one more powerful and daunting than any they have known before. This time, the threat may separate him from all he loves… forever. While fighting for the existence he has grown to love, Snow Blood is challenged to prevent a plan to enslave his family and the entire vampire nation.

As Snow Blood's pack struggles to uncover a mysterious disappearance, a hidden truth about Kane, Brogio's eldest blood son, is revealed. Now only Kane is able to prevent their impending fate and reunite them all.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2016
28 June
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
137
Pages
PUBLISHER
Troll River Publications
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
661
KB

Customer Reviews

BuzzyBooks ,

All the loyalty of a canine undead

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Snow Blood, Season 3 continues the story of our favourite vampire dog. Not that there’s a runner up in this field, but I don’t think you could write it better than this has already done.
We also get to follow along with Snow Blood’s second for a while too, giving a fresh perspective to the story. I love Snow Blood, have I mentioned that?
This novel about the ties to family above anything else, and worked hard to explore all of the groups’ relationships. (Though Snow Blood’s attention went to describing naked Kane a little too much on their hunts.)
It also introduced more mythology to the series (as in every ancient monster ever encountered), interwoven in the action. It was a little slower than the other books in the series, but still great. And the fights scene! I think those are my favourite parts in the Snow Blood realm. Seriously, some sock-punching action that isn’t afraid to get a little detailed and gory. Plus, the good guys get to win.
As usual, I wish this book had been longer!

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