Adrenaline

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Jonathan Laing and Blake Roth are two men with nothing in common. Until now.

Finding themselves suffering from memory loss, erratic behaviour and a ferocious thirst, they come to realise that their lives have become mysteriously entangled. As one searches desperately for answers, the other tries to flee them.

But the truth is hunting both men and they must decide how they will choose to face it. More
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Words: 70,590
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781301367733
About Robert Young

Robert Young is a busy professional in Financial Services and a married father of three, living on the south coast and working in London.

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Review by: Sadie S. Forsythe on Dec. 12, 2014 : (no rating)
I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from this book. The synopsis is pretty vague. But I'm sure I didn't dare hope to find such good writing, interesting characters and quite so much action.

Admittedly, I noticed a few missing words and editorial mistakes and it takes quite a while for the reader to figure out what is going on (though to be fair, it takes the main character a while too, so that's perhaps forgivable). The main character's wilful ignorance or denial last longer than seems otherwise tenable, there is quite a lot of seemingly aimless running about, and the help that arrived at the end was awful convenient. But despite that, I really enjoyed the psychology (for lack of a better description) of discovering yourself changing into an impossibility. I liked the diametric natures of Roth and John. There are enough twists to keep the reader engaged, but not so many that you start to feel manipulated. And while there is apparently a sequel, Phoenix, coming out the book ends satisfactorily. No precipitous cliffhanger.

I quite enjoyed this one and have no qualms recommending it to fans of vampire (of the not quite sparkly, though not quite gothic sort) fiction.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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