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My name is Pandora, and though my face might not seem familiar to you, you do know me. I’m a Nephilim. What does that mean? I’m half demon, what’s my other name? Lust. I’m the dark craving that drives you mad, makes you want, makes you reckless and stupid. I’m the drug you’ll do anything to get your hands on. But I’m not all bad. I fight for light, for goodness and truth. I love my job, killing vampires and werewolves, zombies, and freaks… it’s what makes me happy.
But people are starting to disappear and lately I’ve felt a dark presence lurking around me. I think it might be a death priest, that’s not good. There isn’t much a demon like me fears, but I fear them. This should have been easy, me killing the fanged freaks, getting rid of my pesky priest problem, but I’m about to be betrayed by the one person I thought I could trust with my life and before the night is through I’ll be covered in crimson…
ARC Review From Sami From The Nerd Girl Team
****I received this Arc for an honest review.****
Crimson Night is a very interesting book. I like the way Marie Hall created this book and the idea. But the ending just left me confused.
The main character of Crimson Night is Pandora she is a 5,000 year old nephilim. A nephilim is half demon and half human. Pandora’s demon is called Lust and you will see why. Pandora and all of her nephilim family work at Carnivale Diabolique. Pandora has the ability to change her form to whatever her prey desires. Pandora is looking to feed Lust and Billy just happens to catch her eye. She is very intrigued by him and can’t figure out billy. The Carnival runs into some vampire problems. So Pandora’s boss Luc has to call grace and see if she knows what is going on. Pandora meets with Grace and she tells her there is a club full of vampires and she wants Pandora to check it out alone. Pandora rather kill all the vampires but she agree’s with grace. That’s when everything goes crazy.
Crimson Night definitely left me hanging at the edge of my seat in the ending. Crimson Night is a good book but left me with a lot of questions at the end and I just feel like something is missing. That’s just my opinion though I know many people will love this book.
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