Innocent Blood by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell
Published 2014, William Morrow
This was my second read of this book, having read it new last year when it came out, and again now in preparation for finally reading the final book of the trilogy, which has been out for a few months now. I've put it off, being too sad that it will be over to pick it up. But it's time...
Yet again, Rollins and Cantrell do not disappoint. Ripping some of their major players right out of history and slapping them onto their pages, they bring a life and depth of character to each of the heroes and villains of their story.
This book deals with innocence, sacrifice, and choice. It's also an amazing testament to the power of two creative minds coming together to share a story with the world... one that demands to be read.
Pick up this series. It's incredible.
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