Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Vaempires In Reviews Tour


Today is my stop for Vaempires In Reviews as part of Dark Mind Book Tours. I have reviews for all three books.





Title: Vaempires: Revolution
Author: Thomas Winship
Author Info: Website|YouTube|Twitter|Facebook|Goodreads
Genre: Paranormal
Source: Dark Mind Book Tours
Format: eBook
Publication Date: 31st October 2011
Purchase: Amazon.com|Barnes & Noble|Smashwords|Amazon UK|CreateSpace

Here is where I would normally tell you about the book, but since I already have a review for this one I am going to link you to my review where you will find out more about the book as well as get to see my review [Vaempires Revolution Review] and don't forget to check out the trailer for it too [Vaempires: Revolution trailer]


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Title: Vaempires: White Christmas
Author: Thomas Winship
Author Info: Website|YouTube|Twitter|Facebook|Goodreads
Genre: Paranormal
Source: Dark Mind Book Tours
Format: eBook
Publication Date: 14th December 2011
Purchase: Amazon.com|Barnes & Noble|Smashwords|Amazon UK|CreateSpace

Tell Me About It
It's almost Christmas. With the global holiday days away, the people of the world should be turning their attention toward celebrating peace and goodwill, but tension between humans, vampires, and væmpires is at an all-time high.
Desperate for solutions, King Brant schedules a secret summit deep in North America's Northern Forest. Along with Queen Anne, Princess Cassandra, Daniel's family, and the human president and First Lady, the vampire leader seeks to reaffirm the ties between humans and vampires, while brainstorming ways to respond to the growing hostility among væmpires. Meanwhile, Daniel and Cassie's relationship is at an all-time low.
The princess is still reeling from her breakup with Vielyn, and Daniel doesn't know what he should or shouldn't do to help. Little does he know that the summit will be flooded with surprises--guests, allegations, accusations, proposals, and even Christmas Eve revelations--but not all of the surprises will be pleasant.
My Thoughts
Vaempires: White Christmas jumps straight into the action as Daniel is doing his best to fend off a dangerous and life threatening attack, and a few pages further we discover who is attacking Daniel and it wasn't what I expected but I loved how the suspense was built up with no hint at what it was.  After the attack Daniel makes his way home day dreaming about Christmas and one thing I truly love...snow....and more importantly, a white Christmas. Vaempires: White Christmas takes place before Vaempires: Revolution but is meant to be read afterwards. It is a brief read (77) pages on my eReader  but is a perfect filler between books.  I enjoyed getting a glimpse into the previous events before Vaempires: Revolution and most importantly seeing the start of the relationship between Daniel and Cassandra.  Don't forget to check out the trailer here


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Title: Vaempires: Zombie Rising
Author: Thomas Winship
Author Info: Website|YouTube|Twitter|Facebook|Goodreads
Genre: Paranormal
Source: Dark Mind Book Tours
Format: eBook
Publication Date: 25th September 2012
Purchase: Amazon.com|Barnes & Noble|Amazon UK|CreateSpace

Tell Me About It
It's almost Christmas. With the global holiday days away, the people of the world should be turning their attention toward celebrating peace and goodwill, but tension between humans, vampires, and væmpires is at an all-time high.
Desperate for solutions, King Brant schedules a secret summit deep in North America's Northern Forest. Along with Queen Anne, Princess Cassandra, Daniel's family, and the human president and First Lady, the vampire leader seeks to reaffirm the ties between humans and vampires, while brainstorming ways to respond to the growing hostility among væmpires. Meanwhile, Daniel and Cassie's relationship is at an all-time low.
The princess is still reeling from her breakup with Vielyn, and Daniel doesn't know what he should or shouldn't do to help. Little does he know that the summit will be flooded with surprises--guests, allegations, accusations, proposals, and even Christmas Eve revelations--but not all of the surprises will be pleasant.
My Thoughts
Cassie is locked in an underground chamber by Daniel to keep her safe and I love how she orders Linq to open the door to let her out.  While Cassie's only makes a brief apperence in Vaempires: Zombie Rising she certainly makes sure its one that stay firmly in your mind.
Linq and ray are my two favourite characters, they are an amazing fighting team that are three for each other all the time. They have some serious skills and some amazing weaponry and a great sense of comic timing.
“They’re zombies. Dead people brought back to life. They were all the rage back in pre-Devastation times.”
“And how does that help us?”
“It doesn't,” Ray quipped. “I'm just making conversation to pass the time.”
Getting to see the friendship Linq and Ray have was a vast difference to all the violence and war going on around them.  Never letting anything get in their way and even when it seemed like all was lost they fought right to the very end, for each other and for what they stand for.

Vaempires: Zombie Rising was a quick read but packed full of action, gory fighting scenes and zombies that kept me hooked from the moment I began, right to the last word.  The ending however is a different matter, how can it just end like that!!!!! I really need to know what happens and its going to feel like an everlasting wait to find out what happens next.  Don't forget to check out the trailer here.



Thomas Winship lives in New York. He currently serves as MBA Director for St. Thomas Aquinas College, where he also teaches courses in English Composition, Communications, and Business. Prior to this, he spent fifteen years working for a global pharmaceutical company, specializing in organizational development, talent management, and training.
Tom writes in his spare time. His first novel, Temporary Insanity, was a 2008 finalist in a national contest but failed to garner industry attention. Væmpires: Revolution, his second novel (first in the Væmpires series) was published in October and Væmpires: White Christmas followed in December.
He is an avid collector of books, comic books, music, and movies. His interests are diverse: on any given day, Tom is likely to be found watching a horror movie, attending a hard rock concert, or enjoying a Broadway show.
He is currently working on the next installment of the “Væmpires” series, which is scheduled for a 2013 release.

2 comments:

  1. Hello again, Michelle! It's so nice to be back at Much Loved Books. Your reviews are awesome. I'm glad you enjoyed the books and I'll work hard to get the next book done before it's an everlasting wait.

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  2. Tom is good at quick endings to keep us in suspense, so no surprise that he has done it again!
    Great review!

    Naomi
    Nomi's Paranormal Palace

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