The Morganville Vampires #6 Slutspil

28. September 2018 Off By lana88





Title: Carpe Corpus

Series: The Morganville Vampires #6

Author: Rachel Caine

Published in English: 2009

Dansk titel: Slutspil

Dansk Udgivelsesår: 2015

Sideantal: 296

Forlag: Tellerup

ISBN: 978-8758810584

Finished Reading: September 2018

Genre: Young Adult & Fantasy

Stars: 5






This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.




In the small college town of Morganville, vampires and humans lived in (relative) peace-until all the rules got rewritten when the evil vampire Bishop arrived, looking for the lost book of vampire secrets. He’s kept a death grip on the town ever since. Now an underground resistance is brewing, and in order to contain it, Bishop must go to even greater lengths. He vows to obliterate the town and all its inhabitants-the living and the undead. Claire Danvers and her friends are the only ones who stand in his way. But even if they defeat Bishop, will the vampires ever be content to go back to the old rules, after having such a taste of power?



This was even more fantastic as the previous one, how is that possible? I love, love, love Myrnin so much, man his such a fantastic character! He became my favorite long ago, but he keeps getting better as the series progress. Claire is awesome as well; her change from the first to this is unbelievable. I’m not a fan of the other main characters anymore, they annoy me to bits and I get the urge to skip especially when Shane talks. My God, he changed for the worse didn’t think that is even possible. They act like children, only Claire seem intelligent enough to comprehend what happens around them.

I love the struggle between good and bad in this in particular!

The characters are so different from once we first met them and its changes that suits some of them really well. I hope to continuously getting impressed by the story because it’s such a thrill to read them.

I love how the ending of this book differs from the other books. Finally we get to see an ending that’s worthy of our heroine.

Language wise it’s still awesome and very describing. I’m impressed, deeply.