Blood Street by Carl Alves
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Alves does a good job blending mob and vampire, and thankfully none of them sparkle or giggle. If you prefer your vampire novels dark and gritty and lacking lace sparkles and love interests then you’ll enjoy this one. The only negative aspect would be some editing issues that need taken care of. Certain misspellings pull the reader out of the book while editing and transition issues make for a jerky feel to the read. Overall this is an enjoyable fantasy read. I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. This in no way influenced my opinion. All gifted copies are donated to our local library.
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For me a book full is mistakes is the worst. I will not read a book that does not feel edited. It is not that hard to proof read and fix these things before you get your book printed.
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