Saturday, August 23, 2014

Review: Motherless Child by Glen Hirshberg






Fiction State of Mind-04-01


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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a review


So scary Vampires are definitely returning and I couldn't be happier! This book may have snuck by readers, especially because the cover doesn't  really convey the action?horror in the story. This story revolves around Sophie and Natalie, two young mothers who get the night off to see the musician called The Whistler.  The singer entrances both girls from the moment he sings the first note. Especially Natalie.


The next morning both girls wake nude in a strange location with strange new feelings and thirsts. The two return briefly to see their children but Natalie senses something is wrong so the two women take off on a journey to find their Vampire sire.

With echoes of Thelma and Louise the two women set off on a multi state quest, fighting their thirst and adapting to the thrills and horrors of their new condition.

This is a perfect summer read! Quick, sharp and bloody. A book you wont easily forget.


This is my 50th book for Coyer Summer Vacation


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