Monday, August 3, 2009

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Bloody Right: Brytewood Book 3 by Georgia Evans
Published by: Kensington
Publication Date: August 4th, 2009
Format: Paperback, 320 Pages
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The official patter:
"It will take all of Brytewood's Others to save their village from destruction in the climax of a Georgia Evans' supernatural trilogy.

Gryffyth Pendragon has done his bit for the war effort when he comes back to sleepy Brytewood from the battlefront at Trondheim. It cost him a leg, and his chance to use his dragon's strength against the Nazis—or so he thinks. Until he finds out that his little village is facing a plague of vampire spies set on delivering it to the Third Reich. They've come up with a plan that, if they can pull it off, might break all of Britain's will to fight.

But there are more allies for Gryffyth in Brytewood than he'd ever imagined, and while a doctor, a nurse, a schoolteacher, and a couple of sexagenarians doesn't sound like much of a battle force to him, there's more to his cohorts than meets the eye. Against ancient and impossibly powerful agents of evil, they will need every man, woman, and dragon-shifter they can get."

Bloody Right, the third and possibly final book in the Brytewood series, is released this week. I just picked up the first in the series, Bloody Good,a few weeks ago but have yet to read it. The books drew my attention because of the covers, which I found reminiscent of the Sookie Stackhouse books. I find this is a fair series to be compared to, Brytewood is about vampires after all. Though these supernatural denizens inhabit World War II England and not Bon Temps. The series also fulfills an immediacy need for me, I hate waiting for followup books, and all three books were released this summer, Bloody Good in June, Bloody Awful in July and Bloody Right in August. So if you're in need of some more vampires having read all your Southern Vampire books countless times, check out these new books, they look to be an interesting read. Also be sure to check out the author's, Georgia Evans, website, with lots of fun extras, from contests to bookmarks and signed bookplates! Who really needs the enigma code when evil comes with fangs.


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