Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Review and Excerpt: Bad Blood by Nicky Peacock

Published: September 5th 2014 by Evernight Teen
Genre: YA, Vampire, Zombie
Format: ebook
Source: provided for honest review
Goodreads Summary

“I am Britannia. I am your protector. I will fend off the hungry hordes of undead hands that reach toward you. I am your steadfast defender. I will stand between you and the zombie masses as they try to taste your flesh. I am strong, unyielding, and dedicated to your survival. All I ask from you… is your blood.” 

A five-hundred-year-old bloody game of vengeance will need to be put on hold if vampires are to survive the zombie uprising. Britannia and Nicholas, bitter enemies and the only two surviving vampires left in London, have to work together to save un-infected humans and deliver them safely to a vampire stronghold in the Scottish Highlands. 

Unable to drink the zombie ‘bad blood’, the remaining vampires need the humans to stay alive. But will the vampires tell the survivors who they are and what they want from them? Will Britannia be able to hold back her vengeance for the greater good? Is survivor Josh the reincarnation of Britannia’s murdered true love? And can she bring herself to deliver him to the ‘safe’ hold? Survival instincts run deep, but bad blood can run deeper.



The vampire took one look at me and ran. He'd been warned. Of course he'd been warned. He was one of Nicholas' brood. I was probably the first topic of conversation Nicholas had with any of his new little children- "If you see a blue-eyed, blue-haired, tall girl dressed in tight red jeans, a Sex Pistols T-shirt, and a blue biker jacket, run for the hills."


The Good

Let's see...the good? Well vampires, zombies and a vampire zombie hybrid. Yeah, that sounds good to me. Britannia doesn’t take crap from anyone..be it vampire, zombie or elder vampire. Probably what I like most about her is she has one boss, herself. Plus, she can kick some serious butt and has some pretty cool hand scythes that she uses to cut of zombie heads. Also with Bad Blood, I can say I'm a fan of Satan and all four of his little legs.


The Bad

Just minor 'why would she make that choice' complaints. I'll share one that's in the beginning as an example... she goes home before they start their gather the humans for food but she knows the crap is already slowly hitting the fan. Well knowing this, she sends the one person on her own to where she would be taking her the next morning safely if she just had her wait in her apartment. I think she just wanted her dog.


The Romance

The romance is a bit weird as Josh is in the group. He just happens to be the reincarnation of Britannia’s murdered true love. Well, Nicholas just happens to have something to do with that. So yeah, the plot thickens. It would probably mess the book up too much if there was a zombie crowd doing a jerry chant.

Conclusion

If you like vampire books or zombie books, you'll enjoy Bad Blood. If you ever wanted to read about vampires herding humans before they all turned to zombies to keep from starving to death and at the same time being at risk of being bitten too much and becoming a vambie then this is the book you've been waiting for. Wait vambie or zompire? Vote your choice in the comments or do you have a better name for a vampire zombie?


About Nicky Peacock

I guess I’ve always been a storyteller, not in a ‘liar liar pants on fire’ kind of way, although I do work in advertising! When I was little, kids would crowd around me in the playground and I’d tell them tales of blood soaked horror filled with vampires, werewolves, ghosts and more. Yes, most would consider me a disturbed child, but my playmates couldn’t help themselves, they’d huddle around me every break time like an ancient tribe feeding off the fear; and that’s how I learned that horror stories hold a certain power, no matter what some might say, everyone is addicted to a good scare, especially if it is somewhat rooted safely in unrealistic beings… or are they unrealistic?

Writing was really a natural progression. Right now I’m obsessed with writing: a YA Urban Fantasy novel, a Paranormal Romance novella series, and several short horror stories! So I’m currently living in a functional fiction coma – and loving it!

I’ve so far been published in 5 countries: USA, UK, Australia, Ireland and Canada and had short stories included in 40 anthologies with over 17 publishers.


Excerpts

We ran to the hospital. On the way, we encountered hardly anyone, alive or dead. Where were they all? When we arrived at the hospital car park, I understood. Zombies were pack animals. A massive crowd of them were crammed in and around the main building like they were waiting for a concert to start, all barely paying attention to their surroundings and seemingly swaying against the force of gravity. The other thing was the smell. When watching horror films filled with shuffling zombies, the horror came from their ghastly looks—the reminder that death has a tight grip on us all, well, most of us. But what the filmmakers should focus on—if they could—was the acidic rank odor zombies gave off. They had been dead barely twenty-four hours. It took a normal human body at least thirty-six hours to really start to smell, and that was with a vampire’s heightened senses. These guys smelled like they’d been out in the sun for three weeks covered in rubbish and besieged by wily maggots. They were mostly intact, though. Maybe this hospital had been Zombie Ground Zero. Most had turned so quickly their comrades hadn’t had time to feed.

“Maybe we should try a less populated target.” Nicholas twitched his nose and turned away from me to dry retch.

“Maybe you should grow a pair.”

“Maybe you should act like a lady.” He now had his hands on his hips, squaring up for yet another argument.

“Acting like a lady isn’t going to help now, is it? What do you want me to do? Drop my handkerchief in front of the zombies and watch them fight one another to scoop it up for me? Moron!”

“Always to the ‘nth degree with you, isn’t it?”

“Shut up. Look, the doors are holding, and they’re outside, not inside, which means there must be some people left in there alive to have barricaded this place so tight.”

“Or maybe there are just more zombies in there.”

“Well, there’s definitely a blood bank in there, and that’ll help matters no end!”
Nicholas looked thoughtful then nodded. He of course didn’t want to actually say aloud that I’d had a good idea. “So, how do we get past them?”
I assumed it was a rhetorical question, so I started down to the car park entrance, where most of the zombies were mobbing. I opened the outer door as quietly as possible.

“Ladies first,” Nicholas whispered in my ear.

“I thought we’d agreed I wasn’t a lady.” And with that, I shoved him as hard as I could into the throbbing throng of zombies.

Published by Evernight Teen 

183 comments:

  1. Bad Blood sounds like a thrilling, creepy read...A book I'd like. :) Best of luck with it, Nicky!

    And Happy (early) Blitz Day, Jaclyn! :D

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  2. Oh, interesting twist. I like this better than the other 'this monster versus that monster' options I've seen. It reminds me a little of the last season of True Blood, but I enjoyed that, too.

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  3. Vampire zombie hybrid! I'm totally getting this one for treating the Zombie and Vampire parts of my brain! Wait does that make me also a Human vampire zombie! lol! I'll be called a Huvombie! rofl!

    Jokes apart! You totally got me on the vampire-zombie part! And I'd like to name them 'Vombie' :)

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  4. I'm not big on vampire books myself, but it sounds intriguing. Thanks for the review! :D

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  5. Vamombies sounds like an interesting hybrid here... gotta love all of the what were you thinking moments

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  6. Hmm. New to me but that's the great thing of being away for a while - when you come back all is new and exiting. :)


    Thank you!

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  7. It definitely had a thrilling feel to it as they tried to gather humans that had not been bitten yet. worth the read if you get the chance. Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. I love monster vs monster books and movies. This one had a good feel to it and leaves open the option for a second book with out sticking you with a killer cliff hanger. :D I really need to catch up on True Blood.

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  9. Yep I love vampire books and I love zombie books. put them in a cage fight where it's one or two vampires verse thousands of zombies and the vamps have to protect their food source and it makes for a good fight.

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  10. This one was a bit different as the vampires in the book don't look down on the humans around them which was pretty cool.

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  11. I know right. I mean you've been alive for how long as a vampire. Maybe get a little better with your decision making. I kinda hope werewolves show up in the second book and they can become zombie werewolves or werebies :D

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  12. Great to have you back. And this is a fun book with a heroine vampire that knows how to kick some zombie butt.

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  13. Two of my favorite paranormal creatures in one book. Sounds fascinating.

    Happy Blitz Day!

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  14. Happu Blitz Day! I have an interest in vampire and paranormal books and have just followed you through google friend connect.

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  15. Oh yeah, this is my kind of book! Love the cover.
    Jaclyn: Let me know if my comments are working. I tried from different computers and it was fine. But if you still are having problems, I will contact Ashley.

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  16. Sounds like a good read. Glad you mostly liked it. Happy Blitz Day!

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  17. Great review. Evernight Teen books are all over lately. They are really taking off.

    Happy blitz day!

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  18. Vampires...zombies...and hybrids? What's not to like? Excellent and thorough review JC!

    BTW...you've been BLITZED! Enjoy. :)

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  19. Vampire zombies - that's quite a mix.
    Happy Blitz Day!

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  20. Happy #Blitz day. That does sound like an interesting book for vampire/zombie lovers.

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  21. Woo! Happy Blitz Day!
    I love how you structured your review with the good and the bad and the romance. It gets right to the heart of the matter

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  22. Heather M. GardnerOctober 15, 2014 at 7:45 AM

    Huh. I never would have thought of this combo. The Undead Man Walking? Well, very best of luck with the book!

    BAZINGA!

    You've been blitzed!

    I hope you have a great day!

    Heather

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  23. Vampires, yes. Zombies, no. *shudder*
    Happy Blitz Day, anyway, Jaclyn! (And Matt!)

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  24. Sounds like an interesting read! Happy Blitz Day!

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  25. Great review. Sounds right up my alley. Happy Blitz Day! :)

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  26. Hmm...sounds intriguing. Thanks for the share. Oh and HAPPY BLITZ DAY!!!

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  27. Best wishes to you Nicky with Bad Blood! And Happy Blitz Day Jaclyn!

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  28. I think my vote is for Zompire. Vambie sounds a little too much like Bambi, which takes some of the terror out of it for me :)
    Happy Blitz Day!

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  29. While this is not my preferred genre, this definitely sounds creepy. Perfect for the upcoming holiday.
    Happy Blitz Day!

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  30. Sounds like a very interesting twist on the Vampire genre!


    Happy Blitz Day!

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  31. Aww Zombies are hug-able, lovable creatures too.

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  32. Thank you. hope you get the chance to enjoy it. :D

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  33. Hand scythes?!! Super awesome, that's totally what I want for the zombie apocalypse, lol! And I love the excerpt, great cliffhanger there. Happy Blitz Day!

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  34. It was a fun book. I like when monsters fight monsters forcing one to become a little more human. thanks for stopping by.

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  35. I believe the vampire wanting to use Zompire said the same thing about Vambie. Way to much like Bambi. lol :D

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  36. I don't usually read horror stories, even though two of the last three books I read this were were... you guessed it!... horror stories. Both of which I enjoyed. Judging from the excerpt posted here, I think I'd like "Bad Blood" too. Good luck with it.

    Nice to meet you. I just popped by to wish you a very Happy Blitz Day. Enjoy!

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  37. Thank you. I would love to take credit for it but Jaclyn the one who deserves the credit there. :D Thanks for stopping by.

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  38. Ooo, sounds interesting. I'll have to look into that.
    Happy Blitz Day!

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  39. Sounds like an interesting book. Happy Blitz!

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  40. Great review. Sounds like a neat book. Happy Blitz Day.

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  41. I love your review format: The Good... The Bad... The Romance... Conclusion.... and the rating comment, "On the verge of greatness"... Very cool.

    Happy BLLLLLIIIIIITTTTZZZZZ Day!

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  42. Ooh this looks like an interesting read!
    Happy Blog Blitz :)

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  43. I know right! How awesome would hand scythes be as a Vampire? Thanks for stopping by :D

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  44. I think you'll really enjoy this book then, it had a strong pace and the vampires had their own style for sure. I'm looking forward to book 2.

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  45. Yeah the cover is fantastic. It really fits the book and has that eye catching book shelf quality you want in a book. :D Plus you know vampires fighting Zombies.

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  46. Happy Blitz Day! It's always refreshing to see a different take on the Vampyre genre.

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  47. sounds absolutely wonderful!! and happy blitz, Jaclyn! :)

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  48. Congratulations. I wish you great success in your writing career. Happy Blitz Day.

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  49. Sounds like the perfect Halloween read! Happy Blitz Day!

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  50. Thanks for stopping by Natalie and it was a good read especially if you like vampires and or Zombies. :D

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  51. Interesting... Not really my cup of tea, but widening horizons are the root of wisdom, eh? ;) Happy Blitz Day! (I vote zompire. Def zompire.)

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  52. They do seem to be doing really well right now. It helps they are putting out quality to match quantity though. :D thanks for stopping by.

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  53. Glad to have found your blog and reviews. I love crime/thrillers.


    Happy Blog Blitz Day!

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  54. Never been much of a zombie or vampire fan, but this definitely seems like a unique spin!

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  55. Joy Campbell-ChambersOctober 15, 2014 at 12:06 PM

    Hi, Jaclyn, that concept of hoarding humans does sound unique. I bet that makes for a really interesting twist in this story..

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  56. I'm not really a fan of vampire stories...but this one looks like a treat for vampire-lovers! Congrats to Nicky!
    Happy Blog Blitz Day, Jaclyn!
    Enjoy!

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  57. Ain't Nicky fortunate to be showcased on a Blitz Day! Not sure about the vampire zombie name.

    Have fun with your Blitz

    Lee

    Tossing It Out

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  58. I know right. To be a human in this situation right. Yeah the vampire is gonna save us...oh wait it's like a sheep herder protecting his flock from wolves. Guess that makes us sheep and lunch. Damn

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  59. These are the same genres my critique group members write. Happy Blitz Day!

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  60. Shudder. Other than the Twilight series, which I read back in high school, vampires are not really my thing... zombies either. But this still sounds like an exciting read!

    Happy Blitz Day!! :)

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  61. Not really one to be in middle of if your not willing to go with the vampires and be a walking blood bag right. but plenty of action and some tender moments believe it or not.

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  62. Vampires and zombies together? What a combination!


    Happy Blitz Day!

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  63. Wait a minute, vampires *and* zombies? Thank for putting the book on my radar with your nice review.

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  64. Sorry to say, I'm not a vampire or zombie fan, but I am a fan of good storytelling. Here's my best to you on your book. Oh, and happy Blitz Day to J..C.

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  65. For sure. IF you like either of these two monsters by on their own, you'll love them fighting each other.

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  66. Nicky is lucky her review is up for Blitz Day. Happy Blitz Day!

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  67. Love your blog & great post. Happy Blitz Day!

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  68. Thank you :D I loved the combo and thought it was unique as well. I hope your day is great as well.

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  69. It was interesting for sure. If you get the chance and like either vampires or zombies I recommend it.

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  70. Oh yeah it's a good Halloween book for sure. Maybe a good costume ideal a zompire?

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  71. It was a fun twist. They only really worried about losing their head. staking,silver garlic and fire was more myth then anything else for this species of vampire.

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  72. Love this " vambie or zompire" I think vambie, but I suppose it depends...

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  73. Love that excerpt! Happy Blitz Day!

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  74. This looks like an intriguing read. Evernight Teen has been releasing some good books lately.
    Happy Blitz Day!

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  75. Great twist, very unique! I might have to give this one a read. You know, in the daylight, with all the doors locked.... ;)

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  76. Happy blitz day! :) This sounds like a great read!

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  77. Zan Marie SteadhamOctober 15, 2014 at 1:10 PM

    J.C. Happy, Happy Blitz Day!!!!!!!!

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  78. I think I'll add this book to my TBR pile. Happy Blitz Day!

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  79. Whoa,... sounds creepy! But perfect for this time of year! Nice to meet you Jaclyn and HAPPY BLITZ DAY!

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  80. Sounds interesting. Happy Blog Blitz Day :)

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  81. I love the setting of the book.

    Happy Blitz day!

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  82. I like books that mix it up. Congrats to NIcky! Happy Blitz

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  83. I like vampires if they're well-written but I'm not a fan of zombies. Happy blitz!

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  84. Hey, happy blitz day! I like some zombie or vampire books, but I'm super picky. Last time I read one was probably last Halloween, so it's time, methinks.

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  85. I have several students who would love something like this. Happy blitz day!

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  86. Sounds good! Happy Blitz Day!

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  87. Love your blog and the forthright review.


    Happy Blitz Day!


    -RB
    (2unpublishedgirls.com)

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  88. Oooooh - Bad Blood seems so intriguing! Have a happy blitz day, one with relatively few zombie hoards! :D

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  89. Hi there! Happy Blitz Day!

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  90. Zombie Vampires, an interesting combination. I love the book cover.

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  91. I'm not a big fan of zombies or vampires, but I am a big fan of honest reviews! Happy blitz day!

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  92. I'm wondering how the vampire-zombie hybrids feed. Hmmm.... Interesting book!

    Happy Blitz Day!

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  93. Hi, JC. Thanks for sharing your review of Bad Blood. I think I'll go with vambie. HAPPY BLITZ DAY!!

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  94. Happy blitz day J C. I like the style of your blog!

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  95. Have a great Blitz Day

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  96. Oh, zompire, definitely zompire!


    Happy Blitz Day!

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  97. Happy Blitz day!



    Sounds like an interesting book. A bit like Buffy in the highlands? Actually, that sounds like a cool idea... LOL. Sweet.

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  98. I'm here for the Blitz as well, to say Happy Blitz Day!! :) I hope you had a great day.

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  99. Julia Phillips SmithOctober 15, 2014 at 7:32 PM

    'vambie or zompire' -- ha ha ha! Love them both! Enjoyed my visit today -- Happy Blitz Day!

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  100. Happy Blitz Day to you!!

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  101. nice book review for October. Happy Blitz Day!!!

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  102. Great October selections! Happy Blitz Day

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  103. Thank you so much! I appreciate you stopping by :D

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  104. Happy Blitz Day. Glad Bad Blood got such a positive review. Nicky's book has been seen around the web and the cover is well done.

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  105. I recommend making it the last three out four books. Thanks for stopping by : )

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  106. Sounds like a plan as its definitely interesting. Hope you enjoy it.

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  107. Awesome! I hope you find some books you enjoy. We post quite a few crime/thriller reviews. Have a fantastic day :D Thanks for stopping by!

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  108. Thank you, it was neat in a lot of ways. Thanks for stopping by

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  109. I really like the template Jaclyn uses as well. Makes it pretty easy for me to stick to it. Thanks for stopping by :D

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  110. If you like zombies or vampires It definitely is interesting :D

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  111. I agree with you. I like when people take a classic monster and spice them up a bit. Not all vampires or werewolves etc have to be the same. Have some fun with them. :D

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  112. Exactly, you have vampires and zombies. All they need is bags of candy and every one is happy. :P

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  113. Zompire does seem to be the popular choice. It sounds a little more monster like then Vambie an all. Thanks for stopping by :D

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  114. I think zompire conveys the hybrid best.

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  115. Bad blood sure looks interesting but even though I love vampires I am not too cool with zombies.
    I really like the blog and love the genre you read and review. I am bookmarking your site as I too do book reviews. :)
    http://www.inderpreetkaur.blogspot.in
    Happy Blitz Day!!

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  116. Vampies and zompires. Funny. Not my cup of tea, but I may have to check this on out. Thanks for sharing and good luck with your costume.

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  117. Vampires and Zombies and a hybrid. YIKES not exactly my thing, but you posted a good review. I did like that.

    Nice to meet you and I sure do hope your enjoying your Blitz Day!

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  118. came to know about this blog through Blitz. unfortunately I don't like much paranormal books. but nevertheless came across one or two book reviews which I think I would like. so thank you. :)

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  119. This book is definitely something I would enjoy reading. Happy blitz.

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  120. Sounds like an interesting read! Happy Blog Blitz Day to you, too.

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  121. Eerie cover and great review.


    Happy Blitz Day.

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  122. Ooo, might be too creepy for me but my son would love it.

    Happy Blitz Day (sorry I'm late).

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  123. Great review! I think I'd enjoy Bad Blood a lot! It's so great to see Nicky here, I had the honor of being interviewed by her once. :D


    . . . And Happy Blitz Day!

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  124. The concept is an eye catcher for sure. Thanks for stopping by :D

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  125. Thanks for stopping by and I'm sure Nicky will be happy to see all the feed back for sure.

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  126. It's always fun to dabble in a different genre now and then. Just to see what you might be missing. :D

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  127. Well you might want to give this one a try as these vampires have adopted a bit of a modern personality. Makes them a bit easier to relate to, other then the undead thing.

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  128. I know right, couldn't turn down the chance to read this one. :D

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  129. Hey you're welcome. I mean either on their own can make a good book but both together. Monster goodness

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  130. Thanks for stopping , have a great day :)

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  131. Thank you we appreciate it and thank you for stopping by. :D

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  132. Even though Vambie is a little cuddly sounding, that could be a good thing as they are predators trying to draw you in. I mean no one is gonna run if you scream "look out it's a Vambie". They'll probably just laugh and or giggle. :D

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  133. I feel the same way. Thanks for stopping by.

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  134. And this is surely one of them. Well worth reading if you ask me :D

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  135. But vampires can break a lock...Not helping am I. Well just don't invite them in as I'm sure that works. :D

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  136. It surely was that. Thanks for stopping by :D

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  137. Definitely worth the read. :D hope you enjoy it.

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  138. LOL Zambie or vompire?!? :) Bad Blood sounds like a great read, Matt. I love heroines who are bad a$$ and Britannia seems to fit the bill. I'm glad you enjoyed his one. I'll add it to my tbr. :)

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  139. Definitely :D Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  140. Absolutely :D Thank you so much for stopping by!

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  141. It was for sure. thanks for stopping by.

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  142. I agree with you. To many people get hung up trying to stick to a set pattern. Spice your monsters up and let them fight, and don't be afraid to do something no one else is doing. :D

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  143. Well I can say I thought the vampires were fantastic and on the bright side they do spend a lot of their time killing the not so popular zombies. :) win - win

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  144. Sounds like a plan to me. Plus you get to say you recently read a zombie and a vampire book with one go. Plus it's a pretty good Halloween Treat.

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  145. I know i would have loved this book in high school. I enjoy it now and I'm no where near high school any more.

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  146. It does doesn't it, Thanks for stopping by :D

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  147. Thank you very much! We appreciate you stopping by :)

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  148. It definitely held my interest and yet I was lucky enough to avoid most f the Hoards :) thanks for stopping by.

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  149. Thanks so much for stopping by :)

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  150. Yeah the book cover really caught my eye. Between vampires fighting zombies and the amazing covers I had to read it. Thanks for stopping by.

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  151. Well I love Honest Feedback so thank you very much :D Have a nice day!

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  152. I do recall one having a snack but I would hate to spoil it for you. Thanks for stopping by :)

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  153. Has a little more bite then Vambie right, Thanks for stopping by :D

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  154. Had a great day thank you. I hope you had a good one as well :D

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  155. I know right. The first one is cuddly and dulls the edge while the 2nd one has a fun dramatic bite to it. :)

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  156. I loved buffy lol. The book was definitely interesting and worth the read if you get the chance.

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  157. Fits in just right for Halloween right :D thanks for stopping by :D

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  158. For sure thanks for stopping by

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  159. I loved the cover and the concept was fantastic. Had a good time with it.

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  160. I did as well. It really draws you in. The fact that they were in Europe made me think of older vampires in general. Thanks for stopping by

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  161. A little more bite to it then Vambie :D

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  162. Thank you very much. I'll be sure to stop by with you being into the same genre :D

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  163. Never hurts to spice things up with something different now and then right. Thanks for stopping by :D

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  164. Thank you and it was great to meet you as well :D

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  165. Well Jaclyn does have a few of us doing reviews for her and we all have a wide variety of books. so feel free to stop back by as you never now what genre could pop up.

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  166. It was for sure, I had no problem getting through the book. I looked forward to what would happen next.

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  167. Thank you and the cover does have a bit of a spooky feeling to it. perfect for October and for Vampires vs Zombies.

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  168. Well it's not that graphic if that helps. I mean fights happen and it hit the fan but Nicky doesn't go overboard in the gore.

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  169. Well if you like Vampires, zombies or just a kick ass Heroine I'm sure you'll like it as well. :D

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  170. Well Britannia fits the bill and more. She has no problem kicking butt and people in the know don't want to get on her bad side. Too bad for the zombies she came to chew bubble gum and Kick Ass and she's all out of bubble gum.

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