Every Last Drop
Publish date: September 30th 2008
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 252
Edition language: English
Series: Joe Pitt (#4)
Every starts with Joe's exile in the Bronx, and him dropping in on a post-baseball game exodus, parsing the crowd for Vampyres. He scents one and follows the trail, tracing it to a pack who has just attacked a woman. It's one of the neatest, heart-breaking series expositions I've read; it orients th...
Joe Pitt is really hitting the bottom this time. Exiled from Manhattan, Pitt finds himself living like a homeless person, trying to stay alive in the Bronx. And there is some real evil going on over there, some really sick stuff.
This is the fourth in the series and is as entertaining as the previous three. You’d think the vampire-noir mood with the protagonist who thumbs authority in all its forms would be a tired cliché, but Charile Huston’s Joe Pitt is a likeable narrator, always quick with a sarcastic comment, always get...
This is what I thought was the last book in the Joe Pitt/Vampyre series, and it’s a book that I’ve had hanging around the house for several months. I mean, I like Charlie Huston’s stories, and when it comes to dialog, I honestly can’t think of anyone who writes it sharper and more effectively than ...
Warning: Do not even try to read this unless you read the first three books of the series. Every Last Drop depends on knowing every last facet of Joe Pitts and his very complex world of Vampyre New York and its many clans. However, once you get to book four you will be hooked and ready to read anoth...