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  1. says: Christine Cody ✓ 5 Read Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Christine Cody review Bloodlands Bloodlands #1

    (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 This is a crow eating review Or considering the kind of carrion eater that lives in Christine Cody’s post apocalyptic world a giant gargoyle bird eating review I had a terrible time getting into Bloodlands it took me several weeks to read it and I fully expected this to be a negative review Instead I’m pleasa

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    review Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Christine Cody ✓ 5 Read Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Christine Cody I finished this book last night and I’m still conflicted I honestly don’t know whether I liked it or not It’s one of those grey books that leaves you with murky feelings and makes you wonder if you should check out the next book before you make up your mind I found this book really hard to get into The writing felt distancing although it became apparent to me later that this was on purpose and I didn’t warm up to the characters ea

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    Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Christine Cody (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Christine Cody ✓ 5 Read Won't be reading the next one

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Christine Cody review Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Originally posted CSILibrarianThis weekend I actually started and abandoned a lot of books but I did so in such rapid succession that I saw no point in even mentioning them But after countless horrible Conan grap

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 This is one of those books that I read the first three chapter of and then skipped to the last I love a good majority of the urban fantasy books that come from the Ace imprint but this one was not for me The motivations of the male character wereweak for me Basically he developed an obsession for a woman who disappeared and he's been searching for her in a dangerous post apocalyptic world for around over a year His memories of her show he

  6. says: (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Christine Cody ✓ 5 Read

    (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Rating 35Genre Science FictionDystopiaReviewBloodlands is told in a post apocalyptic landscape where a mosuito epidemic wiped out and separated much of the population Terrorism both outside and within the US tore the rest of the country apart w

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyIs BLOODLANDS the first book in the Bloodlands Trilogy by Christine Cod

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 review Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 I was waffling between rating this book a 25 or a 3 primarily because I wasn't too thrilled about the treatment of one of the characters at the end of the book Now whether that treatment is deserved is for another discussion which is

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 review Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Set in a future where technology and white collar villains destroyed the planet as we know it now Mariah and a bunch of secluded folks are hi

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    review Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 (EBOOK/EPUB) Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Christine Cody You may also read my review here Lyander who’s family slaughtered in cold blood has come to live in the New Badlands with her Intel Dog smarter than the average bear er dog Chaplin in an underground bunker When a stranger a man named Gabriel is wounded and begs for her help she lets him in against her own better judgement Gabriel

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Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 review Á 5 The New Badlands a desolate area in the West forged by the terrible events that altered the entire country where a few frightened citizens retreated underground to shelter from the brutal weather and from a society gone deadly. I finished this book last night and I m still conflicted I honestly don t know whether I liked it or not It s one of those grey books that leaves you with murky feelings and makes you wonder if you should check out the next book before you make up your mind I found this book really hard to get into The writing felt distancing although it became apparent to me later that this was on purpose and I didn t warm up to the characters easily The world itself was a little hard to figure out but I eventually got a handle on all the particulars of it I still struggled until the end though I really think this book spent way too much time trying to be mysterious and not enough time on development The new world is filled with Shredders and Intel dogs and Text speak which was seriously like nails on a chalkboard for me and it got a little confusing I didn t understand that why s of it all I got that old people or at least old compared to the new desirable age group were no longer acceptable and that the hubs had turned into a wastrel s paradise but why I still don t understand how society got to that point And when exactly did the vampires and demons and werecreatures come into play I got the impression it was around the time everything else went to hell but this wasn t explained at all I eventually shrugged it off but it still continues to nag at me Maybe we could have just had a uick opening pageprologue offering a uick explanation to ease us inIn the beginning I didn t like Gabriel very much I found his motives for following the mysterious Abby less than sympathetic and was a bit repelled by the way his vampirism was presented I suppose I prefer my vampires controlled and sexy and less easily swayed by bloodlust It s all right though I adjusted to how it was presented in the book I eventually came to appreciate his struggle to be than just a monster and was sympathetic to his search to find Abby as symbolic than not He ended up being the most well developed character in the book and I found that he was really the only one I found sympathetic other than the oldster when the book ended The book was slow and grim and felt a bit claustrophobic because of being stuck in such a small area with so few people It didn t help that those people were prickly and secretive and getting any information out of them was like pulling teeth I m honestly surprised that it didn t bother Gabriel than it did because it drove me nuts I had a really hard time adjusting to the narrative style changes the author employed In Mariah s pov it was first person but in everyone else s it was third I did not like this but I know that s not going to be the same for everyone Midway through the book I started to get tired of the lack of information and deliberate mysterious air the author was employing It became tedious and irritating I knew exactly where it was going and I was tired of character development being circumvented by the distance necessary to achieve that air After all was finally revealed toward the end we ended up getting a huge infodump to bring us up to speed on all the information that had been kept from us It made a lot of behaviors and situations make sense but it didn t really change the fact that I spent most of the book bored with the way it was writtenThere is a romantic arc in the book but it doesn t end with a HEA or even a HFN Gabriel ends the book fulfilled in one sense but absolutely destroyed in another He s going to have to work through a lot of things before he can even like Mariah without feeling conflicted I think it ll be the same with me I didn t like her much when the book ended and not much before that if I m being honest I found the romantic development we saw to be sad and not really romantic at all It felt like a creation of close uarters desperation and loneliness and a difficulty controlling the monster than anything actually tender or soft It was interesting to watch develop but I can t say I m invested in any way I m not sure if I will continue with this series or not It s not one that I can out and out recommend but it s not one that I can not recommend either Favorite uoteDon t ask me to explain but I ve had my time with evil Every one of us out here has and that s why I m glad Stamp s men are dying Bad guys deserve their comeuppance and they sure don t get it back in society There unchecked greed is rewarded Out here it s punished and that s why you don t go outside if you ve got something to answer for That s the way of the world hereReview originally posted on Fiction Vixen

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Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 review Á 5 DangerousThen the vampire arrived and they started calling it the BloodlandsNot because Gabriel the so called monster running from his true self was searching for his lover’s murderer Nor because Mariah the woman who reluct. This is one of those books that I read the first three chapter of and then skipped to the last I love a good majority of the urban fantasy books that come from the Ace imprint but this one was not for me The motivations of the male character wereweak for me Basically he developed an obsession for a woman who disappeared and he s been searching for her in a dangerous post apocalyptic world for around over a year His memories of her show her to have had seemingly little interest in or care of him but he s obsessed with finding her holding her up assome sort of ideal or symbol He has no hesitations in using the heroine and her dog to further his uest Meanwhile the heroine is presented as a somewhat cold suspicious person yet she lets this man into her home and then lets him stay And semi masturbates at a time when she thinks he might be watching Yeah that was pretty random in this clearly non romance book Her actions are inconsistent with what we re told about her So both of these characters hit no empathy or connection for me and after flipping to the end and seeing how it ended on a kind of cliffhanger really and definitely no kind of hopeful tone it was only too easy to set it aside I was never able to get into this author s books when she wrote as Chris Marie Green and unfortunately the pseudonym change hasn t changed that for me However fans of darker urban fantasy featuring vampires and shifters might favor this

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Bloodlands Bloodlands #1 review Á 5 Antly took him in was willing to do anything to survive in the changed worldNo the Badlands officially became the Bloodlands the moment a gun for hire who’d decided to slay every monster left in the country came after Gabrie. Set in a future where technology and white collar villains destroyed the planet as we know it now Mariah and a bunch of secluded folks are hiding in tunnels underneath the New Badlands trying to escape the madness That is until Stamp came along wanting to claim their territory for his own Gabriel as vampire looking for his runaway girlfriend will also interfere in his uest to find her and redemption along the way Try and imagine a dystopian set up with bad guys mutant creatures and talking dogs and add to it a healthy dose of Western atmosphere and you ll get a good idea of what to expect in Christine Cody s Bloodlands I really enjoyed this dry and hostile territory where water is the most valuable resource Monsters are roaming the earth and Vampires aren t the only ones out for blood Mystery is also a thick veil over this inhospitable land and the author really keeps us in the dark until the end Even though the whole set up was the star for me in this first novel of the Bloodlands series the characters were also uite amazing Mariah is hiding in the tunnels afraid to go out and trying to run from a terrible yet very mysterious past She was convinced by her Intel Dog a talking mutant dog to help Gabriel a man who showed up at her door bloody and dying She has no idea of the trouble she s letting in Her attraction to him will prove hazardous and I enjoyed their struggle in this very unlikely relationship Both are figuratively haunted and their personal bogeyman might just catch up to themThe bad guys are bad yet when you compare them to the good guys the lines gets blurry Not everyone are what they seem in this terrible landscape and your allegiance may deceive youThe tempo is rather slow even though it s spiked with bursts of violence and the end is the apogee of this marathon It will surprise you and completely challenge the perspective you had of the whole plot Christine tied up the story very well no deadly cliff hanger to speak of yet I m very excited for the second installment Blood Rules to be released on August 30thI would definitely recommend this book to Dystopian and Urban Fantasy fans It s a very original tale not to be missedOh and that cover Down right amazing just sayin

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  • Bloodlands Bloodlands #1
  • Christine Cody
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  • 27 May 2018
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