Review: Darkness Before Dawn

em domingo, 28 de junho de 2015 |

In this book J. A. London managed to create a completely unreal wold that becomes more and more real at every time you turn a page.
Only sunlight can save us.

''We built the wall to keep them out, to keep us safe. But it also makes us prisoners, trapped in what's left of our ravaged city, fearing nightfall.

After the death of my parents, it's up to me—as the newest delegate for humanity—to bargain with our vampire overlord. I thought I was ready. I thought I knew everything there was to know about the monsters. Then again, nothing could have prepared me for Lord Valentine . . . or his son. Maybe not all vampires are killers. Maybe it's safe to let one in.

Only one thing is certain: Even the wall is not enough. A war is coming and we cannot hide forever.''

With enigmatic character that catch your attention from the first appearance. The main character, Dawn, feels real. Her problems are ours (teen’s) problems written in a more interesting way.

As any other great romance, Darkness before dawn, has that intriguing bad boy who you’re instantly going to love and hate, feel the need to kill and protect, all at the same time.

You can consider this book perfect for a vampire lover, but for me, more than being a book about vampires, it’s a book that transmits important lesson. A lesson about the importance of accepting your fears so that you become able to fight them and about the power of friendship, which can help you beat an unfair life.

Rate: 9.6/10
More information: This book is a saga with two more books, Blood-Kissed Sky and After Daybreak. You can find them in Amazon and Book Depository and many more.  
I highly recomend them all.
I'll be giving you my thoughts about the others as well.

Favourite: ''Some times we just want to prove we are not afraid of the dark''

- Tânia

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