Thursday, July 14, 2011

Twilight of the Gods (Immortyl Revolution #2) by Denise Verrico

Vampire lovers Mia and Kurt are on the run from their Forbidden Science rival Gaius Lupus.
After narrowly escaping the implosion of Genpath Laboratories, Immortyls Mia Disantini and Kurt Eisen go into hiding in a place they think is safe. All too soon they are discovered, and Kurt is captured by Gaius.
When he's rescued with the aid of feral child and teen vampires known as sewer rats, Mia witnesses first-hand the charismatic spell her lover casts over these would-be revolutionaries, who vow to join Kurt in his mission to bring down the house of Gaius.
Meeting obstacles to government funding to support the research that will one day allow them to walk in the sun, Kurt builds his forces. Mia navigates the minefield of rat politics, where she is distressed to be shunted into the background; viewed merely as an overly ambitious concubine who stands between the beloved "Loki" and his followers. One in particular-the oddly timid but beautiful Arturo, who threatens to sever the deep bond between Mia and Kurt.
Will Kurt and Mia defeat Gaius's brutal attacks and realize their dream of a cure for their condition? Will the new order they establish survive betrayal from within? And...will their love adapt to the challenge of a third partner?


So yesterday I reviewed book 1 Cara Mia and I couldn't wait to start reading the next book so I started reading it right away. Anyways, Twilight of the Gods did not disappoint me . The story was just as good as the first book and I couldn't put it down. This book is more fast paced then the first one and it is awesome.
There is a third book in this series and I do have it to read and review and will be reading it on the weekend and post my review as soon as I can. Can't wait to read this one and I am hoping it is as good as the other two.

If you are interested in this or any other books by Denise Verrico you can purchase at

I give this 5 out of 5

* I have received a free copy of this book for my honest review.*

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