By Blood We Live

By Blood We Live

Last Werewolf Series, Book 3

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I looked down to see seven or eight inches of a precision-pointed wooden javelin protruding from my gut. Lignum vitae. Second in hardness only to Australian buloke. In the moment it took me to turn around, I thought: This fucker isn't taking any chances. Remshi is used to people trying to drive a stake through his heart. He's been alive for twenty thousand years; it's going to happen. But other things are changing. These new assailants, for example, are quicker. And for the first time ever Remshi's sleep has brought dreams. And there's an aching gap in his memory that turns out to contain a werewolf (a werewolf?) to whom he is irresistibly drawn. This is not just any werewolf, though. It's Talulla Demetriou. The epic conclusion to the Bloodlines Trilogy throws Remshi and Talulla and their werewolves and vampires into a vat of new alliance and enmity and sex and gore, then stirs furiously with a sharpened stick. By Blood We Live...
ISBN: 9781922148797
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Aug 13, 2014

Overall I felt this book didn’t quite measure up to the two previous ones. Although I was pleased with the ending and Glen Duncan does a fantastic job of reaching into the mind of both vampires and werewolves, I felt this book had less to say than the other two. I found the similarity between the voice of Remshi to the original voice of Jake a little off-putting. I do however believe this trilogy will long be the werewolf saga that all others will be measured against.

Jun 14, 2014

This started out gorgeous--I was completely enthralled with the vampire storyline and the vampire. And then... boom, got dropped into a parallel storyline about a werewolf pack that, well, meh. I never could quite care enough about those folks for their fate to matter all that much to me; they seemed obviously doomed in any case. Perhaps this comes of coming into the trilogy at the third book instead of the beginning; I like this author's style enough to give that a try. But for now I have to say this book was disappointing in spite of truly impressive storytelling ability.

Jun 04, 2014

Final volume in a horror trilogy that transcended the blood and gore inherent in werewolf and vampire novels while also reveling in it.

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