Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Review Tuesday: Honor Among Vampires by Elizabeth Guizzetti

Honor Among Vampires by [Guizzetti, Elizabeth]

Honor Among Vampires
by Elizabeth Guizzetti

The back story of Agata from the Paper Flower Consortium.
Vampire universes are different from author to author. I got my first sample of the the world created by Elizabeth Guizzetti when I read Immortal House. It piqued my interest and when I had the opportunity to read the back story of Agata and Jakub for free in exchange for an honest review, I couldn't pass it up.

Solid writing and historically accurate for the early 16th century setting that we are brought into , this tale is woven around the events of the creation of Agata as a vampire. I think one of the most profound lessons from this story is how a  woman is better of dead than to survive the disgrace of a rape. Agata is a wonderful soul who is forced to do unthinkable things to try to survive and protect her family. The tale it written well and has the pages turning quickly.

While the vampires seem to be more akin to those from the books by Anne Rice, this tale comes from the lands where Vlad the Impaler and Bram Stoker's Dracula had come from.

I very much enjoyed every page of this book. If you have read any of the other books in the series, this will be a perfect addition for you. If you are unfamiliar with the series, this seems like a great place to start, seemingly, where it all began. What did I bring away from this book? There really is no honor among vampires.

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