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Monday, June 14, 2010

LM Preston reviews “Minion” by L.A. Banks




Book Blurb for Minion – Vampire Huntress Legend Series by L.A. Banks
Damali Richards is a rising star of Warriors of Light Records--but her fans would never guess that she is also the most important vampire hunter in a millennium. However, unfortunately for the inexperienced young huntress, the vampires and demons have both discovered her existence. An age-old war escalates to unprecedented heights of violence as the dark forces strive to slay Damali before she comes of age and gains her full powers
Book Length: 320
Publisher:St. Martin's Paperbacks
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Author Websitehttp://www.leslieesdailebanks.com/

REVIEW:

I’ve always loved fresh new outlooks on vamps and Minion by L.A. Banks delivers. The main character Damali, you meet in the beginning as a baby, with a destiny foretold. Fast forward to the future and you meet a street smart girl, who’s in a band just trying to make it. Little does she know, her big music deal turns out to be a cover for Vampire Hunters. She finds out that she is a Neteru, a genetically created Vampire Hunter. She and her team hunt vamps in the inner city and the cast of the team is multi-cultural, just like the vamps they chase. Unfortunately though, there is a new breed of vampires that are a lot harder to kill. These vampires made a deal with a demon and are not only vampires but possessed. There is a mild love interest in this book and some seductive scenes with a vampire who’s not her lover. Damili is an enjoyable character who comes into her own throughout the book. The myriad of cultures that work together for the greater good of mankind is also refreshing. If you are looking for a new take on Buffy, check this one out.

REVIEWED BY: LM Preston, author of The Pack and Explorer X-Alpha, writing stories for and about kids that overcome the impossible... 

Book Blurb for The Pack Coming Aug1, 2010:
Kids on Mars are disappearing, and Shamira is on a mission to save them. As a
blind vigilante, she was always an outcast and loner. Yet, to save these kids and
her brother she will need the help of others. Valens is determined to help her,
whether she wants it or not. With his help she recruits an unlikely army, an army
of kids kidnapped and enslaved by the crime organization that is trying to take
over Mars.
In order to even the odds she must tap into her hidden strength, risking her
control of it and herself in order to save them all.

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