Thursday, 2 May 2013

Review: Blood Skies by Steven Montano

Reviewer: Bex
Rating: 4 out of 5

Blood Skies by Steven Montano is an impressively written, descriptive rich, cross-genre novel. The author’s fantastical plot opened my eyes and kept me gripped, so much so that it was hard to come down after massive build ups of action and tension.

It did take me a few chapters to really warm up the characters, so I wasn’t immediately hooked, but as soon as I got into the character’s mind set and the world that he found himself in, I was engaged and happily so.

The array of characters kept me on my toes. The author successfully created three dimensional characters that were unique and crafted in a way that brought them to life.

If you are looking for a read with traditional evil vamps with a clear thread of horror in the mix, be sure to check out Blood Skies.

Book Details:
Blood Skies (Book 1)
Steven Montano

In the time after The Black, human survivors of the Southern Claw Alliance clash with vampire legions of the Ebon Cities in a constant war for survival. Earth as we know it has been forever damaged by an arcane storm that fused our world with distant realms of madness and terror. Things that once existed only in our nightmares stalk the earth.

Now, humanity is threatened by one of its own.

Eric Cross, an enlisted warlock in the Southern Claw military, is part of an elite team of soldiers and mages in pursuit of a woman known as Red -- a witch whose stolen knowledge threatens the future of the human race. The members of Viper Squad will traverse haunted forests and blighted tundra in their search for the traitor, a journey that ultimately leads them to the necropolis of Koth.

There, in that haven of renegade undead, Cross will discover the dark origins of magic, and the true meaning of sacrifice...

Experience a dark and deadly new world in the debut novel of the "Blood Skies" series from author Steven Montano.

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