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Invoking The Blood book pdf download for free or read online, also Invoking The Blood pdf was written by Kalista Neith.

Kalista is a dark fantasy author who writes about the love. What people are willing to put up with to get it and what they sacrifice to keep it.

When she’s not writing, Kalista can usually be found curled up in blankets, eating one too many chocolate panda cookies, and imagining new ways to torment her imaginary friends.

BookInvoking The BloodAuthorKalista NeithLanguageEnglishSize2.6 MBPages579CategoryNovel

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Faye agreed to her sister’s brilliant idea of ​​sneaking into the Hunter’s Moon Ball. A night that the vampires present held sacred, lusting under the eerie glow of the blood-red moon. Faye wasn’t a vampire. She was not even a race that possessed magic. Her ceremony failed, marking her as Anarian. A mortal without magic.

After meeting the Shadow Prince, Faye begins to dream of him. Her longing look leaves you valued when you wake up. A pleasant dream, because there were no men like him. Not for women like her.

But as the days go by and her dreams intensify, the Prince of Shadows grows closer to her. Her gaze was filled with the same longing he had for her during their dreams together. Until he realizes that she is Anarian.

Kidnapped and imprisoned in her home in Hell, Faye is left with only his promise to free her after severing the ties between his life and hers. But with each heated exchange, she almost sees the man she longed for in her dreams.

The one who loved her and tempted her heart.

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This book is very good and captivating. I really recommend reading it. It’s a retelling of Hades and Persephone in such a way that there are only subtle allusions. They don’t hold it against you and the author isn’t aggressively attached to mythology. She’s set in hell, Faye tends a garden, she drinks pomegranate juice, there’s a kidnapping aspect.

It’s also a vampire book, but again, not in an authoritative way. Being a vampire is like another thing that describes some of the characters. It doesn’t become your only personality trait or your only driving factor. They drink blood, sometimes it is offered, sometimes in a glass of wine, and then we go on with our lives.

This book is feminist as hell and I love it for it. Women are respected, they are not objects, they are high in society, men are trained to take care of them. The characters were great. Rune 5/5 once he has surpassed himself. Voshki 6/5 from the start. Faye 5/5 we love badass female characters. Sparrow 5/5 hilarious. Vashien 4/5 only because we don’t get much out of him being a supporting character. Sadi 3/5 obsesses over one thing and that makes up most of his personality.

Damien 5/5 who doesn’t love a shapeshifter who’s also a warrior. Also, the spice stinks once you reach for it. And I liked the world building. It’s a fantasy novel, but it’s not one that feels medieval while using modern conveniences and language and is super awkward. It is easy. The descriptions are enough to create a really beautiful and captivating image, but don’t spend 5 pages on the stage.

I also love that the author doesn’t treat the readers like stupid. They subtly introduce issues and let the reader figure them out or figure them out with the characters. It’s not one of those books where everything is thrown in your face like, “Hey, reader, this is important! The only thing that’s surprising is that the story is a 4/5.

I think the only problem I have with this book is a bit the plot. The fantasy aspect didn’t really climax, I guess the climax/battle was mostly in their relationship. So I would say this is a romance with fantasy elements. There are a lot of stories that we don’t see because he has other books planned for the series. I would have liked to see some of them resolved. I guess towards the end we start to process a conflict, but the book ends in the middle.

I think the internal struggle that Rune faces in the middle could have been shorter and we could have explored something that was hinted at or we could have learned more about Rune’s backstory. It looks super interesting, so I don’t know if the author plans to write some kind of prequel book. Many foundations have been laid, now I want to see the house. I definitely look forward to the next books and will continue this series of books.

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