• Title: Death Deceives
  • Author: J.C. Diem
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
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  • Death Deceives From the moment she d been turned into Mortis Natalie Pierce had been fated to come face to face with the first vampire ever created Hideously transformed over thousands of years by the diseased bloo
    From the moment she d been turned into Mortis, Natalie Pierce had been fated to come face to face with the first vampire ever created Hideously transformed over thousands of years by the diseased blood that runs through his veins, the First had created an army of grey skinned imps His plan is to enslave humanity and to turn them into a vast herd of cattle to feed his offFrom the moment she d been turned into Mortis, Natalie Pierce had been fated to come face to face with the first vampire ever created Hideously transformed over thousands of years by the diseased blood that runs through his veins, the First had created an army of grey skinned imps His plan is to enslave humanity and to turn them into a vast herd of cattle to feed his offspring.Nat and her friends are all that stands between the humans and the bat faced, orange eyed imps Aside from the overwhelming odds against them, Natalie foresaw an even bigger danger As vampires, they were all highly susceptible to becoming possessed by their shadows Once that happened, they could then be turned into imps by the First Luc, Geordie, Igor and Gregor would be doomed from the instant they set foot inside the First s lair.A recent prophecy had foretold that an army would come to Natalie s aid With many of her new kin already possessed by their shadows, Nat was uncertain where this mystery army would come from She could only hope that the prophecy would come true If it didn t, she would be facing the First and his growing army of ravenous offspring alone.

    One Reply to “Death Deceives”

    1. Oh good grief, will Natalie never get a break from saving the world!!! I feel so bad for her! At least she has backup now and is not doing this all on her ownI am still disturb with whole fact of her being able to detach and use her limbs in that mode to do her bidding, just not normal, lol!! If you haven't started this series I would highly recommend you do, definitely won't be disappointed!!

    2. the never ending doom of it all without even a little bit of happy celebration has exceeded my limit with this last book. I know there are two or three more of this series left but i'm done.

    3. I'm done.I braved through these books with the hope that it might get better, but after three books, the story just seems to be dragging.(hope i don't sound too harsh)My main problem with the series is as follows.1 Natalie's character development seems juvenile. Most of the time i felt like she's was fifteen year old that was in need of some parental guidance2 No character development for any other character's in the books: Luc, enough said. (even the general had more character than this guy and [...]

    4. Natalie has started to have visions about what the First looks like. Sadly, he's aware that she's there, even if it's just in her dreams.The First is starting to call on more of the damned vampires, those who shadows move on their own or have taken over their host. He's turning them into bat faced, orange eyed, imp like creatures. They're large and love to kill.Natalie has multiple shadows from each vampire blood she has ingested. Sadly, they're starting to move on her own.Natalie and her friend [...]

    5. Book 3 is good, but it moved a bit slow for me. While I still very much enjoy the series, the Shifter Squad series was much better in my opinion. Book 3 neatly wraps up Nat's first major challenge as Mortis, and leads off to the next quest for the fight against evil and world domination. Given this series was the first and was followed up by the Shifter Squad, and then Hellscourage's series, I can tell Diem improves story telling with each book. I am thinking of take a breather before moving on [...]

    6. Ok, the Mortis Series officially has a rabid fan! Book 3 is full of action, suspense, intrigue, love, and there are new bad guys to deal with. As with books 1 and 2 in this series, I read it in one sitting because I couldn't put it down. I can't give anything away, but the end of DD leaves you hanging, desperate for the next book, with the promise of a bigger, more dangerous enemy on the horizon. Bring on the fourth book!

    7. Awesome InstallmentThis third book knocks the first two out. It was amazing with loads of action and adventure. You get to see Nat in full action. The dialogue the author created for the characters interactions were hilarious. I found myself laughing out loud when reading and having my husband look at me like I had lost it. Once again amazingly awesome work. Now onto the next.

    8. I like that this author is not afraid to get down & dirty & even a little ugly with her vamps.This has a modern & original twist to an old school idea.

    9. Aussie girl done goodMade me laugh, a girl from Brisbane takes on the world and wins. A good weekend read onto the next book

    10. Speechless, I mean i knew she was good. but she keeps getting better. i knee she was gonna stop their plans. but that just opened another box of chaos. I'm right there tagging along to their danger.

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