Thursday, June 28, 2007

Valentine's Resolve by E. E. Knight

Valentine’s Resolve
A Novel of The Vampire Earth
E. E. Knight
ROC – New American Library
July 3, 2007
ISBN# 978-0-451-46146-9

For More than 50 years Earth has been occupied by the alien Kurians and terrorized by the vampiric Reapers they use as avatars to enforce their will. When the Lifeweavers begin disappearing, David Valentine finds himself back in the ranks of the resistance as he takes on a new mission for the Southern Command. The Lifeweavers have helped the resistance with their alien abilities for years, and they’re needed now more than ever. In exchange for his help, the Freehold will fake the death of Blake, the young alien that Valentine protects like his own.

Valentine begins his long and danger filled trek to Seattle, a city run by the Kurian Order. His goal is to discover what has happened to the Lifeweavers with the hope of returning with their help before the Southern Command collapses. From allies turning against him to the aliens who see him as prey, Valentine cuts a path to his destination. What he finds there is beyond anything he anticipated, but nothing short of his death will prevent him from carrying out his plans.

Valentine’s Resolve is the sixth installment in The Vampire Earth series. As Valentine once again enters the fray, the adventure is full-on with the nonstop danger greeting him at every turn. E. E. Knight builds an incredibly well-detailed future Earth and populates it with a charismatic hero, unlikely allies and an array of enemies. The gripping action and multitude of perilous battles is sure to capture the reader’s attention and easily keep it until the satisfying end.

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews


E.E. Knight said...

Thanks for the kind words!

Kimberly Swan said...

It was my pleasure! I look forward to reading more in the future. :)


Sticks said...

E.E. Knight, you have toppled J.K. Rowling as my new favorite author. Darque review was accurate. Good job!

Kimberly Swan said...

Hi Sticks - This series is so different from everything else I read, and I've enjoyed everyone one of them. Thank you! :)