This book is written in first person POV, alternating with each chapter. I happen to enjoy the intimacy of that format a great deal. There is no head hopping, something I quite detest.
Sahreth’s world building is quite good, he delivers just enough for everything to make sense. I like how he incorporates so many different aspects right down to architecture and food. One thing that comes to mind for more interest, personally, is religion. What kind of religion would the vampires have, as well as the ruling class of humans?
I enjoyed the dialogue, inner and outer, throughout. The action was good also.
I give “Visitor’s Blood” a score of 4.3, it would have been a lot higher except for the large amount of spelling errors I found. However, your reading experience will be much smoother because the author has informed me the errors have been corrected.
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Tags: dystopian fiction, abduction, aliens, first contact, invasion, slavery, rebellion
Copyright 2019 Mark Schultz except for the author’s introduction