It didn’t happen, Claire told herself. It’s a bad dream, just another bad dream, you’ll wake up and it’ll be gone like fog…
In the second book of The Morganville Vampires, we kick off right from where the first book ended. With the residents of The Glass House reeling from the apparent murder of Micheal by Shane’s father and his mates.
It turns out, Shane’s vampire hunting dad, came to town at his son’s request, and is hellbent on destroying every single vampire he can find.
This, as well as other strange happenings, end up landing Shane in life threatening trouble, resulting in Eve and Claire having to go undercover at the annual local party, the Dead Girls Dance.
And, Michael has plans of his own, but will his deal with the devil, come back to haunt him?
I read the first four books in the series straight after one another so the cliffhanger at the end of the previous book, was only irritating, not frustrating.
But, once that little issue is resolved this is another interesting installment, the characters continue to grow and develop, and and the tension and problems continue all the way through and the relationships between not only the residents of The Glass House but those of everybody in Morganville, vampire and human start to change.
It kept be gripped throughout, and I read it in a thoroughly entertaining two sittings.
Once again a good fun read.
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