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"a sensational follow up to book one"

Dawn Madison is back in this exciting new installment of Vampire Babylon. It's been a month and Dawn is still searching for her wayward father. Since Kiko is still recovering, most of the detecting is falling to Dawn and Breisi. Jonah, the "Voice", still has not come out of hiding, and Dawn is running into problem after problem, coincidence after coincidence. Not knowing where to turn and who to trust, Dawn has to decide who her real family is, before it's too late for everyone.

This book is a sensational follow up to book one. It seemed to me there was less action in this book, but there was definitely more drama. You learn so much more about the characters and their motivations in book two. The author conveyed the many plateaus of familial structure, no matter how dysfunctional these families are. With the heroine of the tale, you get a real sense of who the author is, and I enjoy getting to know her. The ending of book two has made me salivate for the third and final installment of this section of the Vampire Babylon Trilogy, and I have difficulty trying to imagine what the author has in store for Dawn next.

Reviewed by Dawn Epton
Posted July 20, 2008

SUMMARY

Night Rising was only the beginning...

Dawn Madison reluctantly came to Los Angeles in search of her missing father and found instead a world of murder and the living dead she never imagined existed. When a new vampire slaying lures Dawn deeper into the underground, her alliances in the sunlit world shift. Now she has only herself to trust and her newfound skills as "a spunky vampire slayer"

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Midnight Reign
(Vampire Babylon: Book 2)
by Chris Marie Green

Ace Books
February 1, 2008
Available: February 5, 2008
ISBN #0441015603
EAN #9780441015603
336 pages
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Other Books by
Chris Marie Green

Deep In the Woods
The Path of Razors
A Drop of Red
Night Rising
Break of Dawn
First Blood


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