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on July 13, 2012 :
This isn't really a story, but an introduction to something longer. There are about a dozen characters, so each chapter throws new people at the story, but then they just disappear again. Most of the characters are redundant (at least in this volume) and while they might have a purpose in the larger series, here they just serve to confuse (I'm sure at one point the author himself gets mixed up, and refers to an Amanda, rather than an Amber, or maybeI just can't keep track).
Its a shame, as its pretty well written, and the first three characters are actually pretty good. It would be interesting to see where they go, but they just get lost in huge cast. All that really happens is that more and more people get turned into vampires until there are too many to remember, and it ends.
The author could have done so much more with less.
(reviewed the day of purchase)