This is a vampire tale and it isn't. It is a tale of a millennium old conspiracy, complete with a host of identical agents of a secret agency. It is also a love story.
This is an interesting book. You get shades of X Factor, leavened with a smidge of Twilight and a pinch of Indiana Jones. Now that I have spewed forth enough metaphoric flotsam perhaps I can move forward.
Martin writes an entertaining tale regardless of my reviewer's drivel or is that dribble. The story moves with good speed. The plot is intricate with minimal confusion especially when you consider this is the third volume of the series. There was a very minimum back story which is more alluded to than told.
Jack and Beth are on a quest to defeat evil while being pursued by those steeped in ignorance or malice. The two are caught between two implacable foes. As in the best of fiction, things aren't always as they seem or as we hope.
This is a good story that I recommend.
This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.