The Blood Wars: Crystal Secret

The Blood Wars Crystal Secret Aecia has enjoyed her freedom as a human for only a few short months when her uncle Kasen goes missing Fearing the worst she embarks on yet another dangerous quest with her family and friends and th

  • Title: The Blood Wars: Crystal Secret
  • Author: Maria Bradley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Aecia has enjoyed her freedom as a human for only a few short months when her uncle Kasen goes missing Fearing the worst, she embarks on yet another dangerous quest with her family and friends, and they are hurtled into a conflict which will become as historic as The Great War, in which the bloodthirsty vamps were the absolute victors These are the first battles of The BAecia has enjoyed her freedom as a human for only a few short months when her uncle Kasen goes missing Fearing the worst, she embarks on yet another dangerous quest with her family and friends, and they are hurtled into a conflict which will become as historic as The Great War, in which the bloodthirsty vamps were the absolute victors These are the first battles of The Blood Wars, and the secrets they uncover will terrify Aecia s soul, and plunge her into an age of confusion, life threatening danger, and quivering doubts about the one truth she holds as sacred inside her heart the fact that she is human

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    1. I'm not really into vampire novels. In fact I only ever read Interview With the Vampire by Anne Rice before this book. A friend recommended I read it and I was pleasantly surprised. It had me wanting to read more by the author by the time I'd finished so I've just ordered the prequel. Hopefully it will be just as gripping.

    2. The cover was what attracted me to this because I didn't read the first one yet. Gonna buy the first one now. I enjoyed it and want to find out how it all started with the girl.

    3. I realize this is the second book in the series but WHAT?! I don't understand anything. Usually the author provides even the briefest of review so readers who haven't read the book ever OR in a long time can catch up. None of that here.I found all the names way too similar and things were just too confusing.

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