City Without A Sun (Vampire State Book 2) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Angela Hayes

Book cover for City Without A Sun (Vampire State Book 2) by Alexander CharalambidesCity Without A Sun by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


City Without A Sun is the second book in the Vampire State series by Alexander Charalambides. This series really does take vampire lore and shake it up a bit- giving an original and intriguing take on vampire stories. But it is so much more than just a vampire story, with plenty of drama, danger, action, adventure, mysteriousness, surprising developments, politics, agendas, social commentary, wonderful paranormal elements, and superb world-building. There is definitely a bit of a dark dystopian feel to the series, which I love. and more. It felt a little dystopian and dark at times. But that added to the whole atmosphere.
This was an interesting story- complex and dynamic. Though it was a little slow going at times- the story was intriguing enough to keep me invested in the outcome. Even though this book is set around a year after the events in books one, Vampire State, I would really recommend reading book one before starting on this one as having all that storyline and information will definitely give you a better appreciation of this book.
A lot has happened between the events in book one and now. Our characters have to navigate many changes- personal, social, as well as political. I really enjoyed following along to find out how everything played out. Definitely looking forward to more of this series.

Thank you, Alexander Charalambides!



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