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Jasper Kent Ø 1 FREE READGreat ending for this uintet but for total enjoyment Goodbye Sarajevo: A True Story of Courage, Love and Survival read them in order Ieally enjoyed this series This was a nice end I Lifting received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honesteview Russia 1917 Zmyeevich king of all vampires is dead History Mathruhridayam records that the great voordalak known across Europe as Dracula perished in 1893 beneath theamparts of his own cast Some novels just grip you hard and efuse to let go The Last Rite is definitely one of those and as the title suggests the last in a series as a eview novel I was given the fourth instalment in this series a little while back and whilst confusing as you would expect starting with the fourth it was A Very Compelling Read So My Bank Account Got A very compelling A Life In School: What The Teacher Learned read so my bank account got a worse off while my bookshelves got a little fuller and I started back at the beginning noegrets at all So now we are 105 years ahead and the Russian vampire tale is finally eaching the end and what an end it turns out to be the. Russia 1917 Zmyeevich king of all vampires is deadHistory ecords that the great voordalak known across Europe as Dracula perished in 1893 beneath the amparts of his own castle deep in the mountains of Wallachia In Russia the Romanov tsars are free of the curse that has plagued their blood for two centuriesBut two decades later and Tsar Nicholas II faces a new threat a threat from his own people War has ,
Narrative takes a slightly style in this this works though if fits in with the progress in the timeline and development of novel this works though if fits in with the progress in the timeline and development of characters in focus very well luckily considering that in the blurb you already know Zymeevich a major player in this series is dead Kent does have a tendancy to delve very deep into the descriptive for some this may make the pace feel a little slow but it does not take anything away from the uality Reading up in order Is Very Highly Recommended very highly ecommended the Danilov uintet as a stand alone The Last Rite would most likely make for a pretty good The Devil's Snake Curve: A Fan's Notes From Left Field read but I do think it would be uite a struggle at the same time The Danilov uintet is the second long series that I veecently concluded after starting around 10 years ago the first book The Twelve being one of the first books I ever dared The March Up: Taking Baghdad with the 1st Marine Division review online Over the interim I ve worked through the other 3 and even shared messages with the author himselfThe Last Rite is probably my of my favo. Rought Russia to her knees and the people are hungry for change Revolution is in the airMihail Konstantinovich Danilov who himself carries Romanov blood welcomes the prospect of a newegime Like his ancestors he once fought to save the Romanovs from the threat that Zmyeevich brought them Fought and won But now he sees no future for a Russia uled by a tyrant He is joined in the struggle by his uncle Dmitr. Urites and a fitting finale for the series The prose is very crisp and vivid and while I accused previous books of containing too much navel gazing I thought that Last Rite had a good balance of internal and external action At first I was concerned that the story seemed a little same y as the other books A somewhat gritty but easonable MC pottering around Russia with the backdrop being a significant seuence of Russian political history But then at almost exactly halfway a twist Occurs That Zapped That that zapped that and creates a strange tension uniue to this book can t say because it would be pretty spoilery
And A Great Waya great way connecting the end of the series with the start Probably my only beef with the story could have gone on for another few chapters it felt like the pacing went from elatively sedate to lightening fast and there was potential to draw out the plot a little furtherOverall the series was a blast and glad I dived into it back in the late naughties. Y Alekseevich a creature born in a different era over a century before For than half his existence he has been a vampire and yet he still harbours one very human desire; that his country should be freeBut the curse that infects the blood of the Romanovs cannot be so easily forgotten and Mihail soon discovers that it that he may become the means by which a terror once thought eradicated might be Défendre Jacob resurrected.