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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Rochelle Ferguson

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is a fast-paced, action story that brings the characters to life. I especially loved the character Rowena who made the book worthwhile. Her perspective emphasised the suspense, drama and danger and kept me on the edge of my seat as I questioned everything.

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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3)by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Kerry Carr

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the 3rd book in the Vampire State series and it is just as enjoyable as the the first two books. The story keeps you gripped as you want to find out what happens. Rowena is a great character and the story about her indecision and confusion is really well written. I would definately recommend reading the first 2 books in this series as it will help you completely grasp the story.

The war is raging over freedom for humans in a vampire state. Rowena is not a reporter on the street right in the eye of the storm. In the middle of the war raging all around her. Her jobs is made all the more harder when she doesn’t know which side she wants to be on.
Add to this her blossoming romance with a human Prince and everything is uncertain in her world.

This story is full of action and adventure with danger and romance thrown into the mix as well.

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Eye of Death: A paranormal romance (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rowena is back and she is making a go of being an independent journalist with the help of Quintus, but on this day when she wakes up thinking she is late for work, she realises that she is on her own time and couldn’t be late but still getting up early is not easy for her, as she stumbles into the kitchen to find a note from Vincenzo, he is trying with these notes and today’s is no different with a joke and breakfast in the fridge. As she heads out to do an interview with Prince Antet with her sandwich in tow, she is thinking about the statement she released the day before and what the reactions to it have been, but she hasn’t got time to check them. As she pulls into a parking space near where the hotel is and checks in with Quintus, it is busy in the lobby and there are other news anchors making their own preparations, so she walks to the hotel and goes in via the back entrance and passed the Prince’s security, she pretty much walks into Quintus at the top of the stairs.

They head up to the Prince’s suite and she waves to an ex-colleague on the way, enjoying the look of surprise when he sees her, when she and Quintus arrive there, the Prince welcomes them with open arms, he is not quite ready to start the interview, but they talk and joke a little before talking about the format of the interview and how it is going to work without any camera’s present. They decide to record the audio only and then over coffee, they start the interview. They cover topics about both Rowena and the Prince and Rowena realises that she is getting from the Prince what she wanted from Vincenzo, it is a surprise and sets the tone for the rest of the interview, after it is all checked and completed and everyone is happy with the content and the agreement to allow more interviews in the future, Rowena and Quintus get ready to leave the hotel, this is when the Prince pulls Rowena to the side and asks her out on a date, Rowena says she will think about it and leaves.

As Vincenzo and Rowena prepare to leave for an event, they detour to see a friend on the way, but nothing new can be gleaned about the ULA political party through this source, so they head on to the event and meet Quintus there. The conversations on the boat aren’t wholly desirable to the humans on board and the news that one of the higher profile politicians has defected to the ULA, meaning that their hard work is about to become even harder is when Vincenzo confronts the party members at the same event, but it doesn’t end well and there is an argument between himself and Rowena, he leaves her standing in the cold and to fend for herself to get home again, alone. It is a few weeks later on that Rowena prepares for another interview with the Prince and this time, she is taking a camera with her as it is about the trade deal between Sanguinia and Kemet she will be reporting on, but when she gets to the Senatorio, things do not go quite to plan and it is only later on back at the hotel she finds out why and as things become heated, she takes the camera and shows the reality of the current situation and who is responsible for it/

This is the third installment of the Vampire State series and what a continuation it is, but can Rowena, Vincenzo and Quintus pull together or will this latest battle rip them all apart? Whose side is anyone on and will they stay that way, or will the lines blur? The only way to find out what the future holds is to read the book and find out.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Naomi McDonald

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Eye of Death is the third book in the Vampire State series. In order to truly appreciate this book, you need to read the two previous ones.
This book is a great continuation of the series. Rowena is deciding on her loyalties. Eye of Death contains some suspense, danger, drama, and social commentary that lead to some surprising twists. There isn’t much more I can say without ruining the impact of the story with spoilers.
I love the uniqueness of this series and look forward to reading the next book.

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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Eye of Death: A Paranormal Romance by Alexander Charalambides
Four Stars

Eye of Death is the third book in the Vampire State series by Alexander Charalambides. This series should be read in order, if you haven’t read the first two books, I highly recommend you go back and read them first. All of the books are excellent, but you need the backstory from the first two to really understand all of the nuances of this book. Rowena is back and trying to figure out which path she needs to take. This book hooked me from the first page and I just couldn’t put it down until I finished the last.Alexander Charalambides has a very interesting take on vampires that makes the story not like other vampire romance. If you love Paranormal Vampire Books, I highly recommend this one.

Review by@sunbarn
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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Heather Lovelace

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Charalambides continues to do a brilliant job with his story and character development within the pages of this series and its latest installment. I love how the story has come together and how the characters continue to just jump off the page. I feel that the story is so well written it will be enjoyed if you haven’t read the other parts of the series. However given the brilliance of the work I don’t think you will want to miss a single word. Can’t wait to see what we get from the author next!

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Erin Wolf

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I give Eye of Death: A paranormal romance (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides, 4 stars.

Rowena is back and just trying to figure things out in this her new life. She has ideals, things she strongly believes in, and will do anything to uphold these. You really see her grow and learn to make her own decisions. She is a very strong character, yet she has her issues like anyone. She is what makes this series so good. The story itself is gripping and interesting, dystopia at it’s best.

This is the third book in the series and you really have to read the first two before you read this one. The one thing, I wish there was a short lead-in or reminders of what happened in previous books. It has been a long time since I read the last book, with many other books in between. It took me a bit to not feel lost. Of course, I do have a horrible memory. However, once I got into it, I could not put the book down.

If you are a fan of supernatural dystopia, I recommend this book and series.

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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Jenni Bishop

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Eye of Death: A paranormal romance (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides is a paranormal vampire romance. Alexander has an original and unique portrayal of vampires. This series is exciting and is a creative new world. It is fast paced like the first two books and is interesting and compelling. With political intrigue and action, danger and the drama and before I knew it the story was over. L look forward to where Alexander takes us next with this compelling story.

 

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Betsy Melano

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is amazing series is the most unique story about vampires that I’ve read. The story has a lot going on, action, adventure, danger, and don’t forget the romance. The author did such a wonderful job with changing up the typical vampire story and making it new and exciting. I would definitely recommend you read this series from the beginning. You won’t be disappointed.

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Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Jonell Collins

Eye of Death (Vampire State, #3)Eye of Death by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m really liking these vampire state novels. A unique little twist on vampire tales. In Eye of Death (Vampire State Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides Rowena is still working towards rights for humans. It seems she gets a big break through Prince Antet, royalty from a neighboring kingdom. I have to say in book two, City Without a Sun, I had a sneaking suspicion about the prince. I can’t make up my mind if I am pleased or disappointed in the way that turned out. (Can’t tell you that, gives away too much of the story). If you are a lover of vampire stories and like to see a unique twist on them, I think this book will fit the bill. I’m looking forward to the next one.

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