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by David Thomas Lord

Vampires Jean-Luc Courbet and Claude Halloran travel the world, quenching their thirst, satisfying their desires, and creating a depraved empire, until one of their creations, ex-cop Mike O'Donald, who becomes a new type of vampire trained in the secrets of Tantric sex magic, turns against them. Original.
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ISBN: 1575667657
ISBN13: 978-1575667652
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Author: David Thomas Lord
Language: English
Publisher: Kensington; First Edition edition (August 1, 2006)
Pages: 320 pages
ePUB size: 1471 kb
FB2 size: 1704 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 783
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This book is so bad I can't get past page 22. I have tried and tried but I can't do it. I have read several books with weird premises (sci-fi fan) but this one is just too ridiculous. This book is going in the trash. I will never read anything from this author...the writing style is not for me. I should sue for pain and suffering. Skip this one. Try the author Sunny instead.
Read both books. Great!
Love this book
This book, similar in ilk, surpasses its predecessor. To set first-comers expectations, please see the lot of Bound in Blood reviews.

There is an *unmistakeable* leap forward in quality of writing here -- I could have written the first book, but not this -- and an equally unmistakeable lapse in quality of editing. It's not grammar, as another review bemoans, but density of prose that makes for occasional discomfort.

Your life won't change, but enjoy. And enjoy the growth of true talent. Congratulations!
"Bound In Flesh" was a disappointing sequel to "Bound In Blood", at least to me. The novel appeared to have been written in haste, even though there was a five year interval between the first and second books. Quite frankly, the characters were poorly developed. The storyline was frequently was not entirely believable. The sex scenes were desultory. All in all, the work was unexpectedly mediocre. PRD
I really wanted to like it, there were moments, but all in all, didn't even finish it.
I thought this book had potential so I stuck with it. After the first 25 pages or so it got slightly better, but that was pretty much it. This book is like a secular Easter egg hunt. Buried in it’s ‘zillions’ of words are the few that matter.

The book is detailed, overwhelming. I thought at first it was a reflection on the narcissism that the book claims that vampires get. No detail too small is left out. But its’ the wrong details – I know more about some of the people that the vampires ‘ate’ than I do about the main characters. There will be pages on how a primary character dresses, but nothing on how they think.

The coup de grâce was the ending. I thought it was not good. The worst choice among many possibilities.

The book is about gay vampires. They kill people. They have sex. It’s not really an erotic book as much it is a book about power and control.