Among all the creatures of the night, such as werewolves and incubuses, vampires have always been the most mysterious and the most captivating. People are fascinated by their beauty, their power, and the dark aura of sensuality that seems to surround them at all times. There have been made a lot of vampire movies and a considerable amount of books, the stories of which are based on these creatures, have been written over the years. However, people’s interest in vampires doesn’t seem to decrease. An explanation as to why things are like this could be easily provided by looking at Paul Gibson’s – a.k.a. C. J. Black’s – latest vampire novel, “The Bloodline: Forbidden Hunger.”
The secret recipe to success comprises three main ingredients: skillfully presenting well-built characters that captivate the reader and spark his curiosity, conceiving engaging plots, and wrapping everything up in a gripping atmosphere. C. J. Black combines all of these elements in “The Bloodline,” his vampire series, creating one of the best vampire novels.
“The Bloodline: Forbidden Hunger” focuses on Zanette Amelia’s destiny, a vampire who struggles with her supernatural nature and who wishes that she were “normal.” When she along with those of her kind are attacked, Zanette has to reconsider her desire – being a Vampire Queen and ruling over an ancient vampire organization is a dangerous thing that brings along a lot of responsibilities. The protagonist and all the other characters will struggle in a world full of pain, fear, heartbreak, loss, and tragedy.
C. J. Black’s novel is full of both action and emotion. It is one of those books that keep you racing through the pages until you finally reach the back cover. “Forbidden Hunger” puts together stories of danger and battle for one’s life, love and betrayal, loss and true emotions. If you are a fan of “Interview with the Vampire,” “Twilight,” and “Underworld,” then you will definitely love this novel.
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