Thirst No. 3 The Eternal Dawn By Christopher Pike

Title: Thirst No. 3 (The Eternal Dawn)
Author: Christopher Pike
Series: The Last Vampire Series #7
Genre: Young Adult, Urban Fantasy
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Format: Kindle Book
Publication Date: October 5, 2010
Average Rating: 4.14


Alisa has spent the past five thousand years as a vampire, living alone and fighting for survival. In her loneliness, Alisa cannot resist bringing Teri—a descendant of her human family—into her life. But Alisa is surrounded by death and destruction, and just by knowing Alisa, Teri’s life is at risk.
Alisa’s guilt grows when she becomes involved in a dangerous conspiracy. A top-secret group knows Alisa’s secret and will stop at nothing to use her powers for their cause. As Alisa desperately tries to protect herself and Teri from the unknown enemy, she discovers a force more powerful and more lethal than anything she has ever seen. Alisa doesn’t know who to trust, who to challenge, or who she will become….
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My Review:

Read from July 25 to 27, 2012
Thirst No. 3: The Eternal Dawn by Christopher Pike
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

this one was confusing at the beginning, because it never said on how she had become a vampire again, since the previous book killed her present self to live back in the past with her husband and daughter. So all that was slightly confusing. But in most of Mr. Pike's works I get confused on something somewhere. But this one, brought in a few new characters Teri and Matt... Teri is Sita's descendant, and Matt you find out further into the book is Yaksha's son. Which was kind of sentimental to me because I miss Yaksha and his love for Sita. It was slightly interesting I must say, especially with taking place 14 years after the last book. And Seymour he's different and Paula she's not as nice as she was in the previous books. Things were different, and now with this take on the Templars wanting to get rid of humankind. I am thinking of this as a fresh start the series, like it's the same series but at the same time different, it's hard to explain.

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