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by M.L. Brennan
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Wayward Kitsune
Wayward Kitsune rated it 4 years ago
I highly regretted the fact that it took me so long to pick up Generation V. I didn’t expect it to be this awesome and that’s already saying a lot because I went into this book with high expectations. Thank goodness, it delivered with flying colors. Generation V was certainly a refreshing read as it...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 4 years ago
This novel came to me by way of Goodreads "Readers Also Enjoyed" feature -- and since my own personal reading challenge in May 2014 was "urban fantasy with male protagonist", I thought it was perfect choice. Plus I liked the cover *haha*Well, safe to say I'm adding this to "series I'll be following"...
Romancing the Dark Side
Romancing the Dark Side rated it 5 years ago
Generation V by M.L. Brennan Series: American Vampire #1 Genre: Urban Fantasy Published by Roc on May 7, 2013 Format: Paperback Pages: 320 Source: Author Amazon • Barnes & Noble • Book Depository Goodreads An anti-alpha vampire hero worthy of his name! Twenty-six year old Fortitude Scott’s lif...
kindleaholic
kindleaholic rated it 5 years ago
First posted over at Stellar Four: http://www.stellarfour.com/2013/09/books-read-new-series-found.html4.5 starsFort is a vampire, but he is still a very young one, so he doesn't have the super strength or healing abilities of a fully transitioned vampire. He is trying desperately to remain human, mu...
My Need to Read
My Need to Read rated it 5 years ago
(Originally posted at Book Lovers Inc)When I first found out about this book and read its blurb, I was intrigued–a new UF centered around a seemingly unremarkable guy who happens to straddle an uneasy line between the human and vampire world. When I discovered the author’s writing influences (from I...
The BiblioSanctum
The BiblioSanctum rated it 5 years ago
Update: Interview with the author on my blog: on Japanese mythology, writing underdog characters, creating a new breed of vampires and more http://bibliosanctum.blogspot.com/2013/08/an-interview-with-ml-brennan-author-of.html Urban fantasy is quickly becoming one of my favorite genres, and I've cert...
shewolfreads
shewolfreads rated it 5 years ago
**A copy of this novel was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.**I always get excited when I read the first book in a new series. There’s always the promise of something new, original and immersive. M.L. Brennan’s GENERATION V fulfilled that promise and then some. If I could d...
Library Liz·ard
Library Liz·ard rated it 5 years ago
I would have said that Generation V was a perfectly adequate vampire story, albeit with some interesting twists on the mythology of vamps, but the combination of a male POV and the developments toward the end of the story changed it into something wholly different and interesting. Fortitude is a v...
Khanh the Killjoy
Khanh the Killjoy rated it 5 years ago
This book was just pure fun to read. The plot is not complicated, the characters are not highly complex. It does not have aspirations or pretense to be any higher or more complicated than it actually is; there are no underlying messages or digs upon the nature of man vs. beast, just a simple story o...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it 5 years ago
Fortitude Scott has a degree in film studies and unable to find anything in line with his education, he works in a little coffee shop and struggles to pay his bills, though his family is enormously wealthy. He avoids seeing them as often as possible because Fortitude is a vampire who at this early ...
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