The ending of Blood Games left us stunned, wondering what that note meant, who sent it, and dying to find out what was up next for our favorite urban supernaturals. When Dark Debt finally landed on my doorstep, all of my weekend plans flew right out the door, and I devoured that thing in two days.
Did I love Dark Debt as much as I expected to? Is Chicagoland Vampires still going strong, or is this long-running series starting to get stale? Come with me through the jump and I'll tell you whether you should snap up this eleventh CLV book right away. Spoiler free!
***There will be no spoilers for Dark Debt, but I'm assuming you've read through Blood Games***
|Two Thumbs Up for Dark Debt!|
|Could Not Put the Book Down!|
The Chicagoland Vampires series is one of my favorite book series, and I believe one of the best out there. It is consistently entertaining and often surprising. We've come to love the characters like old friends, ones who we laugh with, adventure with, and sometimes grieve with. We feel protective of Merit and her compatriots, wanting them all to be happy and safe, and ready to battle with them whenever the bad guys threaten. The pacing is tight, plotlines creative and interesting, characters well developed, and dialogue snappy and quotable.
|Thank you, Ms. Neill!|