Friday, May 3, 2013

Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa

Description from authors website:

“Who are you trying to fool? People are food. ... You're not any less of a monster than I am." -Jackal
Newly-turned vampire Allison Sekemoto must follow the call of blood, like breadcrumbs, to save her sire and mentor Kanin from Sarren, the psychotic vampire holding him captive. The trail leads Allie to her old home in New Covington and the Fringe, but there’s no time for nostalgia.
A new strain of Red Lung—the insidious virus that decimated the human population decades ago—has emerged. This time, it’s fatal to vampires, too. A cure might be among Kanin’s many secrets—if Allie reach him in time.
But when the brave, fearless human boy she left safely behind re-enters her life, Allie is torn between the remnants of her humanity and the bloodthirst that consumes her. How can two people so different feel so much for each other? One was born good. The other was reborn a monster. It’s a love as undeniable as it is impossible.

So over the weekend I finished the Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa . It is the second book in the Blood of Eden series. The first book, Immortal Rules, was difficult to get through. Its a dystopian vampire series. Vampires and scientists accidently created a plague thats wiped out most of the population. Most vampires turned become Rabids, as well as humans that are bitten (if they survive at all) become Rabids as well. Its a very dark book. Book 2, though, I liked better. Allie and Zeke and that jerk Jackal are searching for Allie and Jackal's sire Kanin, who they think can figure out a cure, but he was kidnapped by Sarrin, this major psycho vampire. I really enjoyed the book, but watch out for the MAJOR cliffhanger at the end! OMG

P.S. The cover really doesnt fit the book At ALL. 

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