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Lucie Le Blanc
on Oct. 03, 2011 :
Brilliant writing. I enjoyed very much the Nabakov character : well defined and disturbingly dark. ;) Well done, Scott.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on March 28, 2011 :
What would you do to rescue a friend from what could be his certain death? If you have family who love and care for you and you for them, the decision would most likely be that you would wish the friend the best and go on with your day. Say however, that you have no family. No one to go to with all your worries and cares except this friend. And this friend did the same with you. You both started to consider each other your family, maybe even loved each other in a way. Then the decision most likely would be to help in any way you could. That is where Dmitri and Poitr have found themselves. Does it matter that one is a Vampire and one a Werewolf? I think not. This decision does not even require much thought, self control in the execution, yes, but the rescue will happen.
Well written and entertaining.
(reviewed the day of purchase)