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by Arika Escalona Rapson,Cat Adams

Free eBook Blood Song (Blood Singer) download ISBN: 1452657556
Author: Arika Escalona Rapson,Cat Adams
Publisher: Tantor Audio; MP3 - Unabridged CD edition (April 30, 2012)
Language: English
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
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Rating: 4.8
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Cat Adams (Author), Arika Escalona Rapson (Narrator). Book 2 of 6 in the Blood Singer Novels Series.

Cat Adams (Author), Arika Escalona Rapson (Narrator). Cat Adams is the author of the much-lauded Blood Singer series, including Blood Song, Siren Song, Demon Song, The Isis Collar, The Eldritch Conspiracy, and To Dance with the Devil. Book 3 of 6 in the Blood Singer Novels Series. Adams is also USA Today bestselling author C. T. Adams, author of The Exile and coauthor of the Thrall series and the Tales of the Sazi books. Series: Blood Singer (Book 3).

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Overall, Cat Adams new Blood Singer series, starting with BLOOD SONG, is the latest in a string truly excellent urban fantasy debut’s this summer. A resilient heroine, a supernatural smack down, and not one but two potential romantic leads? I can’t wait to read Siren Song which will be released on September 28, 2010 followed by Demon Song in 2011.

Blood Song (Blood Singer is a Fantasy novel by Cat Adams. Guarding a prince from terrorists and religious fundamentalists is hard enough, but it seems like the entire supernatural world is after this guy too. When she is betrayed by those she is employed to help, and everything goes horribly wrong, Celia wakes to find herself transformed

Written by Cat Adams, Audiobook narrated by Arika Escalona. Demon Song: Blood Singer Series, Book 3. By: Cat Adams. Narrated by: Arika Escalona Rapson. Length: 9 hrs and 22 mins.

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Bodyguard Celia Graves has definitely accepted her share of weird assignments, both human and supernatural. But her newest job takes the cake. Guarding a prince from terrorists and religious fundamentalists is hard enough, but it seems like the entire supernatural world is after this guy too. When she is betrayed by those she is employed to help, and everything goes horribly wrong, Celia wakes to find herself transformed.Neither human nor vampire, Celia has become an abomination—something that should not exist—and now both human and supernatural alike want her dead. With the help of a few loyal friends—a sexy mage, a powerful werewolf, and a psychic cop—Celia does her best to stay alive. On the run from her enemies, Celia must try to discover who is behind her transformation…before it's too late.
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Meet Celia Graves, a 100% human independent security consultant (BODYGUARD), in a world full of creatures.

You: How's that work? o.O

Me: Someone wise once told her that no human is a match for the monsters, magic or no magic, and the important things are "brains and good equipment."

You: She got those things?

Me: It'd make for a pretty lame story if she didn't.

And a short one.

While on a gig for a particularly royal disgusting client, she's attacked by a vampire, who, inexplicably, decides to turn her rather than kill her . . . Which is weird, b/c (per an overheard conversation between Creatures) the whole point of the attack was apparently so that her DEATH would be blamed on some other vampire, for reasons we aren't privy to.

Creatures do so like their plots and schemes.


Would-Be Master Bat is interrupted by the arrival the plot's intended target and forced to flee before he can finish the process, leaving Celia passed out on the pavement.

She wakes up an abomination--their term, not mine. It's rare, but when this sort of thing happens, the result is varying degrees of partial change.

In Celia's case, this means fangs, an inability to digest solid food, heightened sensitivity to sunlight, increased strength, and a handful of other things, but her biggest hurdle is that even if she's walking around in broad daylight . . . she looks like a vampire.

And having a convenience store worker panic at the sight of you and spray holy water in your face will ruin your whole day.

This actually the third time I've read BLOOD SONG, and for awhile this series occupied one of my Top Five UF Series spots. Then no new installments for years, b/c "Cat Adams" is really a writing partnership that has since dissolved, so even though a new book is finally forthcoming, will it be on the level of its predecessors?

I don't know. But I'm gonna find out. Hence the reread.

In the meantime, I very much enjoyed reconnecting with Celia and co., and I highly recommend the BLOOD SINGER series to all urban fantasy fans. The world is diverse and unique, the characters are well-developed, and the individual plot lines are more than entertaining. *whispers* If I'm being vague, it's b/c there's a significant Plot Twist about midway through the book, and it's a kind of pivotal detail that's pretty much the foundation of the rest of the series. I'm not going to ruin it for you, but trust me--it's good. #spoilerssuck More details in next recap, I promise. *winks*
I'm not a fan of this book.

I will not be reading the next one.

The characters were dull. There were no emotions. Every "emotion" had a follow up explaining why the main character felt the way that she did. And she was annoying. Everything was so clinical. When a tragedy happened in her life, her reactions weren't believable. She just wasn't a well-written character. I couldn't read about her without getting annoyed by something. She acted less like a woman and more like a robot.

I also couldn't remember characters. I got the basics. The main character is Celia. Her best friend is Vicki. Her best friend's lover is Alex. Her ex-fiancee is Bruno. His brother is Matty. That's all I can honestly remember. Characters in this book came and went faster than the wind and then were brought back later in the book. There was no sense to it. We were just supposed to remember who they were.

The only thing that I really liked about this book was the plot. The idea was very interesting. I'd never heard of some of the points or concepts in this novel. Like an "abomination," that was definitely new and very neat! Nice touch, because I'm sure that if they existed that's what they would probably be called. Just not written in a satisfying, easy-to-read way. In fact, I skimmed about thirty percent of this book. And I HATE skimming.

The timespan in this book was unsteady also. I have no idea how long passed. I couldn't comprehend the timing in this novel. It was very unsettling after I thought about it. Do the authors know how many days this book took place in? If they could share, that'd be awesome.

I wanted to love this book, because I love the cover. It's mysterious and captivating. I absolutely love the woman's eyes and make-up, but no cover in the world could make up for what was actually written.
It is easy to see that this is the start of a series, and yet I felt there should have been more answers as well as the feeling of much left unsaid. That left me with an empty feeling in my reader's chest. I like tough female characters but this one is abit too hard for me. I also found that she is not the kind of person to have such close female friends. At the begining of the book she is supposed to be so close to several female friends, later we find she does not make female friends easily. I have trouble having one dear friend, and several more female aquaintances. I also felt she did not have a significiant other, although several are introduced in the book. Generally, she just did not appeal to me.

Celia is a bodyguard. She takes a job guarding a Prince and it goes to fubar. She wakes up and she has been partly changed to vampire. She is now an abomination. The rest of the book leads you on the journey to find out what has happened, introduce many and varied characters. Some are introduced some are not. The story is choppy and doesn't flow well. I had to go back and reread several parts to try to clarify what had happened. Even then I am left with many questions. Celia is left many times with her big fat mouth open. She needs to be brought down abit. I am amazed she has lived this long and that she has any friends.

The premise is good and these are good authors so maybe the next one will be more appealing to me. However, I would wait for the next one to start this series. If it is good you could always go back and get this one, but usually there is an attempt by the authors to tell you what has already happened. Anyway I would wait, this one costs $15.00, unless you buy it on Amazon.