Review: Night Road by A.M. Jenkins

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Book Information:

Night Road by A.M. Jenkins
Harper Teen
Published in 2008
ISBN 9780060546045
362 Pages

Series Information:

Not a series.

Review/Rating:

5 out of 5

When Johnny calls Cole to New York for a mission, he doesn’t know what to expect. Johnny gives him the mission of training a newly made heme, Gordon, on the road. Cole is well known in the heme community for being an observant and controlled master of life on the road. Though, with training a new heme, his experience and caution may not be enough to get the mission accomplished since accidents can still happen, no matter how experienced he is.

Yay. :) Finally another vampire book. :P

This vampire book is totally different for all the other vampire books I have read, which is good. :) In Night Road, the author makes them hemovores, instead of vampires, which is very different from what I’m used to and is a very original theme and plot for a vampire book.  Also, the author gives them a more human-like aura, instead of making them unholy monsters that most authors make them out to be. However, she doesn’t stray too far off of the original vampire legends — still can’t go out into sunlight and drinks blood — thought it adds a few more things that I don’t want to list to make the book seem different from all the other vampire books and has some action. :)

This book is a very good book to read, very original with the vampire theme. :P

Where I Got It:

Checked out from the library.

Challenges Apart Of:

None.

Re-Reading:

Once with a 2nd review added.

Other Reviews/Author Site:

$New_Bullet A.M. Jenkins
$New_Bullet Goodreads
$New_Bullet Library Thing
$New_Bullet The Book Pedler
$New_Bullet Karin’s Book Nook

Places to Buy From:

Amazon | Barnes & Noble

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