Written by: Katie Salidas
Great book, good twists and turns in the book.Its an interesting story about postapocalyptal events. Just the beginning with the prologue drew me in, it was a good draw.
This book follows Mira who wants freedom, and doesn't understand how while she fights and kills other vampires, how the humans can sit there and watch and even eat, but she does what she must do to live to see another day. If there is a way out of this fighting to survive she will find it and do what she needs to do.
The Narrator did an awesome job, she has a soft voice and you can tell she enjoyed reading this book. Her voice rose and fell in the right places with makes the book to listen to that much better.
Between a great Narrator voice and/or a great Author writing, you can really imagine what you are listening to/reading.
I would love to read/listen to the next 5 books in the series later on.
I received a free review copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.
I received a free copy of this e-book free and am giving it an honest review, of my thoughts.
Survival is a deadly game that Mira refuses to lose.
In the new world order, being supernatural is a crime. Vampires once thought to be mythical, have been discovered, assimilated, and enslaved. Used for blood sport in the gladiatorial arena, their immortal lives are allowed to continue only for the entertainment of the human masses.
Mira is a proven warrior with a blade as sharp as her fangs. She's spent the last thirty years in the arena, where life and death are determined by the stroke of a sword and the cheers of her fans. The only way for a vampire to get out out of this never ending battle is in a body bag, and Mira's fought too long and too hard to go out like that.
If there is another way, she'll find it.