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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

My Review of "Midnight Savior" by D. McEntire

After reviewing the first three books in Mrs. McEntire's Watchers series, I am beginning to feel like a broken record.  So, the word for this review is consistency.  Each book in the series is just as good, just as well written as the others with strong characters and suspenseful plots that capture my attention, and hold it until the very end.


I am simply in awe of how D. McEntire has built this world and has kept to its rules.  She has established characters, some of which tug at your heart and some of which crawl under your skin.  And, in each story has added a few or highlighted other prior minor characters to create a completely different story with new obstacles that fit right into that established world flawlessly.  The plots of these books weave in and out of each other like a well-woven basket  ~ nothing falls out and nothing is lost as new things are added or old things are elaborated on.  


These are not typical vampire tales either, she has added to the genre a new dimension to these heroes and heroines topping it off with other paranormal elements that blend nicely, highlight and add a new dimension to the stories.  Her villains are just as enticing and written on a grand scale.


Well done Mrs. McEntire.  I applaud you as an author.  Keep them coming!


You can find links to purchase all of the books released in this series at either http://www.dmcentire.com/Watchers1.html or http://samhainpublishing.com/authors/d-mcentire


Links to my previous reviews of the Watchers series:
http://authorsbyauthors.blogspot.com/2010/04/my-review-of-midnight-revelations.html
http://authorsbyauthors.blogspot.com/2010/03/my-review-of-midnight-rose-by-d.html
http://authorsbyauthors.blogspot.com/2010/02/review-midnight-reborn-by-d-mcentire.html

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