Friday, September 28, 2012

Review: Incarnation by Emma Cornwall

Title: Incarnation
Author: Emma Cornwall
Source: Review Request
Genre: Paranormal
Length: 33 pages
Reviewed by: Emi

In the steampunk world of Victorian London, a beautiful vampire seeks out the author of Dracula–to set the record straight . . . If one is to believe Bram Stoker’s legendary vampire tale, Lucy Weston is Dracula’s most wanton creation, a sexual creature of the night who preys on innocent boys. But the real-life Lucy is nothing like her fictional counterpart—and she demands to know why the Victorian author deliberately lied. With Stoker’s reluctant help, she’s determined to track down the very fiend who transformed her—from the sensual underworld where humans vie to become vampires, to a hidden cell beneath a temple to madness, and finally into the glittering Crystal Palace where death reigns supreme.

Haunted by fragmentary memories of her lost life and love, Lucy must battle her thirst for blood as she struggles to stop a catastrophic war that will doom vampires and humans alike. Ultimately, she must make a choice that illuminates for her—and for us—what it means to be human.

This was such a great read!! I absolutely loved the suspense!! Once Lucy awoke from her previous life, everything was new, she had barely any recollection from her past it was all a blur. All she did know was she had to get to the one who made her. It was like a puzzle, Lucy had to put the pieces of the present together and trying at the same time to not have her human past hold her back. While trying to find her maker and getting to know her knew world, she must also be wary of who is a friend or foe.  If you love mystery, suspense, and secret societies, you'll definitely love this book! 

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