Reviewed by Melissa Brus
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
For those of us who have been reading and waiting for answers, this book delivers in a HUGE way. In this third book of the series, Kerr takes on history, religion, vampires, and he turns them all on their heads. Gideon is finally able to tell his own story. And in the process, he gives Eli answers to his own past that might be best left buried. Kerr takes the reader on a literal biblical adventure. Seeing the events through his lens is fantastic and disturbing. The origin of the vampire is especially unique and will challenge some readers. Eli’s story will challenge the reader even more. I thought I knew where Kerr was going. But boy was I wrong. With a two-volume finale left, and the rest of WW2 and many books of the bible left to maneuver around, it will be fascinating to see where Kerr will take his characters next.