Published: April 11, 2012
ReVamped Book Review
By Chasity Brewer
So as we all know the vampire phenomenon has taken the world by storm and there are plenty of books out there with vampire love stories. We have read about sparkling vampires, and vampires who fall in love with humans all that good stuff. I have been an avid reader of the vampire series that continue to come out so you can rest assured that this review is honest and accurate. This is such a refreshing book. 'Revamped' brings something absolutely new to this genre.
I loved the characters. I loved how fresh and new the idea was. It was really captivating. I haven't read anything like 'Revamped.' I mean this book has the vampire living out in the open with humans. It has a vampire president, and vampire products that are found in grocery stores such as Blood Cola and Blood Vodka. They aren't very fond of feeding from the live source anymore of course. It was more about the story of the main character and her mission. It is not a love story and that's what I really loved. I mean every single vampire book have to be a love story, I think not! It was just beautifully creative, the way this book was written.
It kept me on the edge of my seat. The story plot kept thickening with twists and turns. It was such a thrilling book. I could easily see a series being made out of this book and will become huge. 'Revamped' is the next big thing in vampire books. It would keep your eyes on Ada Adams because she has created something massively powerful here. Wonderful, refreshing, inspiring, absolutely loved it. I would highly recommend it for all you vampire followers out there! A big five stars for 'Revamped'!
Publishing Date: March 17, 2012
Genre: Vampire/ Paranormal
Chasity Brewer is an avid reader and has always had a passion for books, she is a writer and an active book reviewer and she can be reached at NewsBlaze, www.battyforbooksandlovingit.blogspot.com or www.battyforbooks.angelfire.com Read more stories by Chasity Brewer.
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