This is a guest review by Bonnie Wheeler.
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5 out of 5 Stars to author Elita Daniels and her novel “Guardian.”
Before I begin, I must say, I absolutely devoured this novel.Within the very first chapter, Daniels brings us into a world where vampires exist and are treated as second-hand-citizens. The vampire life isn’t glamorous – they have cruel experiments performed on them, they are assigned humans (many of whom are cruel) as a sort of “parole officer” to monitor their every move, and they are forced to take meds that make them ill.
I loved the scientific aspects of how vampirism could be spread as an infection, how the government would have their hands in using the disease as a weapon, and how a society’s fear of the unknown would bring out the worst in them.
What I loved the most was how Daniel’s created characters that were both terrifying and fascinating. Her vampires aren’t made of fluff – they have intense emotions, they have physical urges, and they are suffering.
If you are a fan of Christopher Pike’s “Thirst” or Scott Westfield’s “Peeps,” then I suggest you check this novel out. It is edgy, raw, and the characters deal with real life situations.
If you want a quick read that isn’t all neat and tidy with a happy ending, then I highly recommend Elita Daniel’s “Guardian.” I cannot wait for her to eventually make a book 2 in the series and truly hope to see more of Anna, Greg, and Leon. The novel has so much potential for a full blown series that has grit and passion, leaving the reader with lasting images and pondering the amazing story world Daniels created.
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Thanks for reading my thoughts on a fabulous author! Feel free to leave a comment with any questions or thoughts.