Blood Borne by Elizabeth Wixley

233 pages

Blood Borne by Elizabeth Wixley

 

Blood Borne by Elizabeth Wixley

Blood Borne by Elizabeth Wixley

An Alien war has engulfed Earth and Twenty First century reality is profoundly altered. 

On the day Isaac receives his call-up papers a beautiful girl walks into his electrical repair shop but a bombing raid ends all chances of normality. 

Forced into hiding by a demon army, Isaac and Chloe discover the origins of evil but also a possible escape from their enemies’ toxic grip. 

Armed with powerful and much desired secrets the couple begin to fight back against the traitor Oswald. 

Able to trust no one but each other they negotiate the terrifying traps set up to defeat them in order to decide in which time and space their secrets belong. 

5.0 out of 5 stars Still a number one fan. 12 April 2014
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I loved this book. I enjoyed the other two in the series (In the devils own words, and Reflections) immensely, but this completed the journey. And what a journey. Elizabeth takes you into worlds that are totally her own creation. I’ve said before about how her brilliant mind can take you to these places, I could feel the overwhelming darkness actually taking me over such was the writing style behind these stories. Although I use the word series, they can be read as standalones, but my opinion would be to read them back to back because there are links through all three books, just written from a different characters view. Blood borne will appeal on several levels because you have your satanic/pagan/ medieval feel on one level, to suddenly a ‘war of the worlds’ space age/other planet level, which I though was done in a very clever way. We have here a hidden gem of an author who can transport you to a whole new world and experience all the atmosphere and emotions that go with such a journey. Well done.
5.0 out of 5 stars Favourite so far. 23 Mar 2014
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Once again a fascinating read and an original take on the end of world genre. Although, it’s more than that, as there’s something in this book for all readers. If you want something new to believe in this is the book to read.

I particularly enjoyed the main characters, Chloe, Isaac and the demonic Oswald. Most of all, what keeps me coming back to this author is her ability to draw you in and keep you guessing. You never know what is coming next and in places the surprises come thick and fast. The ending was unexpected and left me wanting more.

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