Summary: A slightly unwelcome turn of fortunes for what had been a brilliant series of books regarding a young lady's life in a town full of dying. Lord of Misrule. Cover of Lord of Misrule Read An Extract of Lord of Misrule. Author: Rachel Caine. Genre: Sci-fi & Fantasy Format: Paperback. Lord of Misrule has ratings and reviews. Chelsea ❤Peril Please❤ said: Basically, this series is my life right now. Ahhh baby ♥.
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Right in the middle of the whole mess. This book left me unsatisfied for some reason.
It had all the potential to be great but in the end it was one of the worst in the series. Basically, except for the cliffy in the end, nothing happened. The things I did like is how the characters grow every day.
They are nothing like the kids we met at the first book. More mature, less naive, less hot headed most of the time.
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And the romance between the two couples was much more pleasant and obvious in this book. After all true love shows when things are difficult right?
With that guy you never know what is going to happen next.
Is he a friend? Just south of normal.
Lord of Misrule (The Morganville Vampires) by Rachel Caine - book review
In the college town of Morganville, vampires and humans coexist in relatively bloodless harmony. Then comes Bishop, a master vampire who threatens to abolish all order, revive the forces of the evil dead, and let chaos rule.
But Bishop isn't the only threat. Violent black clouds promise a storm of devastating proportions. As student Claire Danvers and her friends prepare to defend Morganville against the elements - both natural and unnatural - the unexpected happens: Lord of misrule rachel caine vampires begin to vanish one by one.
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Discovering why leads Claire to one last choice: Written for the Young Adult market, the Morganville Vampires books follow the adventures of Claire, an academically minded sixteen year-old who had the misfortune to enrol for college in Morganville - a town run by vampires. But we suddenly gain a new character, a butch warrior mechanic called Hannah, and even that seems unexpected in a bad way.
We lose the bonds of the Glass House inhabitants lord of misrule rachel caine Michael is barely a footnote, Eve absent too. Heck, I even nearly missed the chased Claire and chaste Shane canoodling. Luckily we do soon fall on familiar ground, but it is noticeable that it is a stand-off, and a stalemate, that drives the second half of lord of misrule rachel caine volume, rather than a thumping great twist or new lesson for us all.
Beyond those initial troubles, we are almost back to the standard of lord of misrule rachel caine earlier numbers, helped along by this, my favourite quote from the whole cycle so far: When I want to know your opinion, I'll consult your entrails.
It's better in context. There are several reasons why I cannot favour a large series such as this.