Christmas at the Cole household comes to a devastating end when it is discovered that Ben has been infected by the lampir plague. In a desperate race against time, he, Jack and Emily journey to Poland, to find a doctor who is rumoured to have developed an antidote....
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A Epidemia Reviews
great idea for a vampire book: write a book with a bit over 200 pages and cram into it a story that would be worth a trilogy with 500 pages each. to do this, do not explain any characters, leave them blank and faceless. also, come up with a ridiculous idea for a vampire epidemic, throw in some dhampires and lampires (yes, you heard right, no type-o here!) and create a setting that is so unbelievable, to have three teenagers save warsaw, with a bit help of grown ups. good plan. furthermore create within these 220 pages a cure for the illness, then a cure for the whole curse, then a hybrid and even a few bitter deaths, that are actually not bitter at all, because, yes, we actually do not know the characters at all. nice one!! let´s leave out any romance, because there is no room for this bullshit, neither for friendship or anything else. everything has to fit into 220 pages, remember? if i could give zero stars, i would do so.. this was the worst vampire book i ever read. at least it was only 220 pages and i read through it in a couple of hours..
It's very interesting!I like how the author describe the journey.
Really good book, as well as the other books in this series. It's a really good book to read if you like vampires and vampire books/stories.