Wednesday, February 22, 2012

To Walk the Night by E.S. Moore

iconiconThe difficulty of reviewing books I read so long ago is that they get to be rather difficult to remember, as much else as I read!  That's another reason why these reviews may be a bit shortened until I catch up.

Anyway, I was surprised by how much I enjoyed To Walk the Night.  It seems to have been inspired by Underworld and Blade, as the tone of the whole vampires-and-werewolves setting reminded me a little of both, in addition to many similar details — vampire and werewolf blood not mixing, for instance, and the lone supernatural taking out entire vampire covens.

I liked the main character, though, a reluctant vampire with a kick-ass attitude.  I always do like tough heroines, and Kat is definitely tough.  I also liked the dynamics of her relationships, too — with her human sidekick, and with a couple of the supernaturals that seem like they will be in future books.  The next book isn't due out until summer, though, so I will have to wait!

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