Black Bullet (The Order of Senary, #2) by L.D Rose – Review by Sarah Oakes

Black BulletBlack Bullet by L.D. Rose
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A great read about survival. Jon is a vampire in a group of hybrids trying to travel the world from leeches. When he takes down a coven, he clashes with Lawan a hybrid fighter. Intrigued, he follows her as an old enemy of Brooklyn returns for vengeance. Can Jon
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns. Well developed characters like Jons harsh nature but kind underneath or Lawan strong and frierce but caring underneath. Great cast of supporting characters like the strong and silent Rome or the kind Shaul.
I loved the visual detail throughout the novel in the sense of ruin with the empty church and deserted streets and dark alleyways, a world once colourful brought into darkness with the iinsurgency. Or the
the combination of the carousel music and the bloodbath scenes for the sense of the macabre beautifully written and spinechilling.
Also loved with the scenes in the hospital which grabbed the readers attention straight into the action
I loved the combination of realism with hospitals and sci fi dystopia land. I loved the twists wig the hybrids as a wonderful addition to the fantasy genre with ice powers and fire and the shapeshifter.
The only issue I would raise is that it was unclear as to the difference between leeches and vampires why they were fighting them except to save the world. Fast paced action and high stakes made for a captivating read. overall, a great read and I would give it four stars.

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