Thursday, July 5, 2018

Creature of the Night

Creature of the Night
by Anne Stinnett

WOW a reality show in a book how neat is that. This is a hard book to review without giving the story away. You will find vampires and humans live in the same world with rules in place that protects them both. I found this to be a great fun read that made me laugh and smile. There are some shocking parts that made my mouth fall open but the author came through giving me a wonderful delightful read that I fell in love with. It is a vampire event, they hold it and humans want to be turned, you have 12 contestants that come together with chats and challenges only the strongest will make it to the end leaving many, well you will have to read and see what happens to them. I thought it was cleverly written with some surprises and great twists and turns. Dry humor is right up my alley I just love it and use it myself. It’s very witty fun read with vivid details that has you hooked from the start. I enjoyed getting to know the characters even liked a few. Very well written that keeps the read invested. If you have a dry sense of humor and like paranormal you are going to love this.
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What promises to be the most sensational season yet of the controversial reality show Creature of the Night is about to premiere. The competition will be fierce and the challenges bloody because the twelve contestants are competing for more than a check and a bit of fame; they are competing for immortality.
To earn it, they will vie for survival before an audience that lurks like a pack of fiends, ready to repay any sign of weakness with jeering applause. At the same time, they must impress a panel of vampire judges, the most approachable of whom is a nightmare out of history. But the real predators are the producers.
While the audience looks forward to brutal good times, the contestants gear up to be their most outrageous, watchable selves. They have come to live, and to die. Their ranks include an intellectual desperate for more time, a vampire rights advocate on the verge of disillusionment, and a ballerina who thinks she has nothing to lose.
Under scrutiny from the bickering vampires and bloodthirsty audience, the competitors must navigate potentially lethal challenges and, if they ever hope to become undead, stay alive.

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