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448 pages, Library Binding
First published April 10, 2012
“I hated romance novels, romantic comedies, and cheesy love poetry with equal passion- but I wasn’t stupid enough to think I could ignore them, I believed in happily ever after as much as anyone because Jane Austen, Prince Charming, and Hugh Grant promised me it could happen.
But maybe that particular delusion was universal.”
“I have discovered what fills the vacuum left by love. It is called necessity, and it will not be denied.”
+ a death in the beginningYet unlike TDVC, TBBS had:
+ characters framed for crimes
+ characters traveling across Europe for answers
+ characters who know esoteric things
+ a mystery from history to solve
+ secret organizations seeking to silence our heroes
+ a convergent theme of science and religion
+ a betrayal for the ultimate twist
+ a slow paceIt was mildly dull.
+ a lack of suspense
+ a stingy amount of action
+ a weak protagonist
+ a love square
+ an overload of betrayals
I should probably start with the blood.Too bad she lied.