I had to put the book down and walk away during every chapter she narrated. I think the next book is probably the series conclusion. Nicholas is back and Solange just made herself queen. She loves medieval dresses, used to be able to recite all of The Lady of Shalott by Tennyson, and has been accused, more than once, of being born in the wrong century. Solange Drake, the youngest of the Drake Clan and a recently changed vampire, has gone off the deep end by drinking human blood and is being lead around by the mysterious vampire named Constantine. The book has been awarded with , and many others. Nicholas swung into the next tree, and then we heard him land on the ground and take off, running away from the dawn, away from Lucy.
When the vampire tribes convene for the rare Blood Moon ceremonies, Solange Drake is plunged into a battle with her feral nature. I do by the way, both of them, Lucy and Nicholas, they're my favourite characters in the whole series. Apparently neither could Harvey because a lot of balls seemed to be dropped. You'll also be left with questions though and this cliffhanger ending was just as bad as the last one! This particular ending left me with lots, and lots of questions which can only be answered with the release of Blood Prophecy. I loved it, I just loved it! My heart went out to Nicholas, who would have never hurt Lucy no matter what and had to do what she did to her. This was a supreme sacrifice on my part for my best friend, Solange, who was having a really bad day, which was about to turn into a really bad week.
I seriously can't wait to see what happens next! And the cliffhanger is just ridiculous. Blood Moon is book 5 of 6. I even love their crazy aunts and uncles. I think if the author had shown her hand earlier we could have had sympathy for Solange as she struggled not to do bad things, especially with her as a narrator. There is a voice in her head tricking her into thinking her family is against her. I just care about Lucy and Nicholas, by the way. Lucy never fails to make me laugh out loud and I just love any scene that contains both her and Nicholas in it.
I loved this addition to The Drake Chronicles. I kinda missed the humor, the Drake banter and the romance. I do like the swirl textures, though. Over the past two books, however, Harvey has let her readers stew in their own aggravation after back to back cliffhanger endings. In this book, however, I found myself not liking Solange very much. Even readers who do not typically read vampire stories will enjoy reading this one, it is that well written.
Meanwhile, Lucy has had her whole world turned upside down. This book is told I first want to say that if you haven't read the other books in this series and you want to then you might not want to read this review. Now he drove into town to a café which bartered secret coffee for free snow removal. I ducked my head a little, trying not to scream like a child in a Halloween haunted house. It was so good to see Solange, Lucy and Nick's point of view in this one since we haven't seen it since the first. Reminds me of Rose and Dimitri from Vampire Academy.
Whoever said vampires were dead and gone have never read this series. We could almost see the road from here and my car parked haphazardly in the bushes. I elbowed him savagely so that he fell back completely into the van, and then I slammed the door shut on him. Maybe loose ends will be tied up in the next book, but this one ended with nothing being answered. I really did not like Constantine, a character we briefly met in the last book, and even though he seems to want to protect her, I think he is behind everything in this book although I might be wrong. Jan 29, 2011 - There are so many more choices out there for a young girl compared to.
Check out more reviews and my music choice for Blood Moon over at my blog, Before reading: Oh yay, the book is going to be in the points of view of Solange, Lucy and Nicholas : Source: I own a copy of this book. Frankly if it hadn't been the second last book in the series I might have even quit during it. Some people like might this 5th book, some won't. It only has one more book then it is finished but I didn't enjoy this book as much as the others, so I am hoping the next one will make up for it. I gotta tell ya, for awhile there I've been really frustrated with Solange character. I don't even remember what the book was about, and I just finished it.
I thought I saw a black combat boot. I found myself wanting to strangle Solange. Last but not least, we get a love triangle. No one said that her senior year would be an easy one. I'm going to try to do this without spoilers here but if you haven't read any ofthe books this might give away a couple of minor things. She shoved Lucy forward so that she sprawled over the roots. Christine Feehan Vampire Romance Books The Angel Stone: Fairwick Chronicles 3 · Juliet Dark.