City of lights

City of lights The vampire outbreaks in New York and London are over most of the world believes the vampires have died out and the human survivors of the epidemics have been released from quarantine Believing that

  • Title: City of lights
  • Author: Katherine Sorin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The vampire outbreaks in New York and London are over, most of the world believes the vampires have died out, and the human survivors of the epidemics have been released from quarantine Believing that it is only a matter of time before Desmond hunts her down, Ailis moves from one city to another, trying to get to Desmond before he can get to her But, as she loses herselfThe vampire outbreaks in New York and London are over, most of the world believes the vampires have died out, and the human survivors of the epidemics have been released from quarantine Believing that it is only a matter of time before Desmond hunts her down, Ailis moves from one city to another, trying to get to Desmond before he can get to her But, as she loses herself in her obsession, Ailis begins to feel she has in common with the one she s hunting than with her fellow humans.

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    1. I waited months for this book – ever since I finished the first two, which i read in succession too. I loved the first two and was hoping that the third installment in the series would be just as good. Sometimes, the wait is what creates too much hype for the book to finally fulfill. But, thankfully, City of Lights did not disappoint!When I began City of Lights, I realized that I was simply turning the pages. I could not stop reading and when I had no choice but to stop (given that I have a jo [...]

    2. I read the first in this series when it first came out in 2012 (I think.). I found it to be a very intriguing concept executed roughly with too many gaping holes in the plot, unpolished language and characters that needed to be more fleshed out. Recently I found the next 2 books in the series and decided to start at the beginning and read straight through. I am glad I did. Book 1 is still rough, Book 2 showed definite improvement and In Book 3, Sorin hits her stride. I enjoyed it thoroughly, eve [...]

    3. Simply awesome!Third book in the series. It was an easy read that tied the 3 books together very well. I read the series in 2 days and enjoyed it very much. I would read more of Katherine Sorin's work

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