Strigoi: The Blood Bond

Strigoi The Blood Bond On the verge of suicide after his wife leaves him Alex Regal learns he has inherited property located in a small town deep within the mountains Putting things on hold he heads to Glade hoping for s

  • Title: Strigoi: The Blood Bond
  • Author: Ron D. Voigts
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 208
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  • On the verge of suicide after his wife leaves him, Alex Regal learns he has inherited property located in a small town deep within the mountains Putting things on hold, he heads to Glade, hoping for something positive in his life Getting there is easy but leaving proves to be impossible A spell exists, keeping everyone captive in this hidden place The town of Glade isOn the verge of suicide after his wife leaves him, Alex Regal learns he has inherited property located in a small town deep within the mountains Putting things on hold, he heads to Glade, hoping for something positive in his life Getting there is easy but leaving proves to be impossible A spell exists, keeping everyone captive in this hidden place The town of Glade is run by a Shapeshifter called the Strigoi The creature needs to drink human blood to survive Taking the form of a man or an animal, folklore about the Strigoi became the basis of stories about vampires or werewolves Now Alex must discover a dark secret before he becomes the vampire s next meal.

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    1. While not what I had expected, based on the title, I did enjoy this. I expected lots of vampire action. And vampires there are but this has a more generic Paranormal mystery air through much of the book. 3.5 stars for final rating.Alex gets a mysterious inheritance letter, taking him the the small, isolated town of Glade. From snake-like attorney, odd silences and strange townsfolk that are outdated, Alex has a lot to figure out. He wanted to just get in, claim his inheritance and get out. But o [...]

    2. Personal note: Author Ron D. Voigts is my Dad. With that said I want to make sure that everyone understand that this doesn't reflect on my thoughts and feelings about his novel. Before reading Strigoi: The Blood Bond I honestly had no clue what a "Strigoi" was. I had never really heard the name or looked into the meaning until my Dad decided to write about about one. My initial thought was "Oh great, another Vampire novel", like we don't have enough of those. I myself had tired of reading about [...]

    3. This is a very standard Dracula type story, where a vampire holds a secluded town under his spell. There's nothing particularly original about it. It's just vampires and shapeshifters and priests and whores and Damn, it's pretty much True Blood.The story starts out with a man named Alex, trying to kill himself. And he's not fucking around. He's got a bottle of pills. A big fucking knife. And he's jamming a gun in his mouth. He just can't decide if he should shoot up, for more of a brain angle, o [...]

    4. Fun filled, slightly creepy page turner.This book kept me up all night, I liked all of the characters, the plot was interesting and unique and had enough twists and turns to keep you guessing, fun ending also !!

    5. Alex Regal finds himself at a crossroads: his wife has left him and he is right in the middle of attempting to kill himself when he is interrupted by a man who gives him news that will change his life forever: Alex has been named as the sole beneficiary of his distant relative's estate in a town called Glade. Unfortunately for Alex and the girlfriend of the man who served Alex with the notification, Glade isn't anything close to what it first appears. You see, Glade is a town that is sort of a c [...]

    6. I received this book to give an honest review.This was a different kind of vampire read. You have a town that is hidden away from the world, and it is not one you would find unless you have been invited. In comes Alex Regal, he plans on ending his life until he gets a visit from a stranger. He learns that he has acquired a home in a small town called Glade. But not all is what it seems, and soon Alex learns this. His car breaks down, he has no cell service and if he tries to leave town he has be [...]

    7. I didn't know about a Strigoi before I read this book. Yes, they have similarities to vampires but they can also change their form and I think that makes them more dangerous. I love paranormal mysteries and that's why i enjoyed reading Strigoi: The Blood Bond by Ron D. Voigts. The story opens up with a funeral and then leads us to our male protagonist named Alex who's about to commit suicide because of a cheating wife. Fate plays her cards and Alex get a letter telling him about an inheritance f [...]

    8. Nothing can compare to reading DRACULA by Bram Stoker while living in a haunted building in Europe, but STRIGOI: THE BLOOD BOND does a good job of reviving those feelings of dread that I felt back then. It is the first vampire book I've read since the 1970s. Voigts' shape-shifting vampire book drags you deeper into Glade, NC and holds you there as surely as Alex is stuck in the place of no return. And the murder mystery hidden within the horror story is a bonus.It is a smooth read. It's without [...]

    9. This isn't the run of the mill vampire story, a very unique and entertaining read. The characters are strong and the descriptions are amazing, you really get 'sucked in' to their world. I decided to purchase this book after reading "Claws of the Griffin" which was so enjoyable that I had to see what else this talented author had to offer. Strigoi:'The Blood Bond' was a different kind of genre but just as intriguing as the other one. If you like the style of imaginative and articulate backdrops w [...]

    10. I was given the opportunity to read to review this book as part of the blog tour, and I loved it! I loved the whole concept, it was so well written, there was mystery, diverse characters, and of course, a cursed town.Alex Regal was a trigger pull away from ending his life over the unfaithfulness of his wife when he received a fateful missive. A cousin he didn't know he had, living in a town he's never heard of, had died and left him his home. Thinking he can meet with the lawyer and settle the e [...]

    11. I'm now a firm believer of never accepting an inheritance from a long lost relative. Sell that thing! Author Voigts sucked me into this story straight away with his strong writing skills. I found it easy to associate with the sarcastic overtone of the man character, Alex. While I've never been a fan of vampire stories, this book falls well out of that realm. Voigts has something special here that horror fans should not miss.

    12. I received a copy of this story in exchange for a honest review. The story was an interesting remix of what some people would call an original vampire. The stories setting is in a mysterious town that is blocked off from surrounding areas. The community's population is strictly controlled and the towns people are a living form of a strigoi. The author does a wonderful job of providing mystery and suspense within the story.

    13. I don't actually read horror a lot. Most of the times, I watch it. The interesting thing about this book is that I feel like I'm watching it instead of just laying in bed reading it. I like the way the author create the characters of the group of scary people. It was intense and scary for sure! It was a long read, but definitely worth spending. I really look forward seeing this in a big screen!

    14. I truly enjoyed this book. It added a whole new perspective on the vampire myths. I look forward to reading more from this author.

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