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Joleene Naylor is the author of the glitter-less Amaranthine series, a world where vampires aren’t for children. As a compliment to the novel series, she has also written several short stories, including the Vampire Morsels collection, and an Amaranthine Encyclopedia.
In what little time is left she watches anime and updates her blogs, all from a crooked Victorian house in Villisca, Iowa. Between her husband and her pets, she is never lonely, and should she ever disappear one might look for her on a beach in Tahiti, sipping a tropical drink and wearing a disguise.
Ramblings from the Darkness at www.JoleeneNaylor.com
You never know what you’ll find in the shadows…..
on April 14, 2015 :
I have read all the books in this series, and this one is like the others - such a great read. I couldn't wait for Ms. Naylor to write this one, and I wasn't disappointed when I read it. I could not set this book down. The action, the love scenes, the humor, all my favorite vampires, and now Samael. This is one of the best reads I've had this year. All I can say is keep writing this series, please, author Joleene Naylor.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
on April 09, 2015 :
Joleene Naylor writes adult vampire novels and her series Amaranthine has now reached seven not entirely thin volumes. Vampires are not everyone's cup of blood, but for those those who haven't sampled this literary fare and who are open-minded enough to give this genre a chance to bite their imaginations, Amaranthine is a good place to start.
There is more here than a splatter-fest. Yes, there are battles aplenty, and lurid depictions of the horrors vampire wars can unleash. There is vampire sex too and that is not to be passed over lightly. Yet these titillating aspects are set in a context that ultimately makes these novels a kind of easy-reading philosophical treatise on the nature of reality and the imagination.
Clash of Legends comes at a turning point in the series that makes it significant in terms of the whole. Readers who have not read the earlier instalments might nonetheless find it worth a go; they can get the rest as flashback if they choose.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)