The Eye of Heaven

The Eye of Heaven When Dante di Salvatore former prostitute and adopted son of one of Florence s reigning nobles is bitten by the ancient vampire goddess Lillith his mortal life is over Once enslaved by the vampire

  • Title: The Eye of Heaven
  • Author: JoAnne Soper-Cook
  • ISBN: 9781615817344
  • Page: 467
  • Format: ebook
  • When Dante di Salvatore, former prostitute and adopted son of one of Florence s reigning nobles, is bitten by the ancient vampire goddess Lillith, his mortal life is over Once enslaved by the vampire queen s malign influence, Dante allies himself with Rouen, a young man of dazzling beauty and great influence who is enad with Dante But they cannot truly be together unWhen Dante di Salvatore, former prostitute and adopted son of one of Florence s reigning nobles, is bitten by the ancient vampire goddess Lillith, his mortal life is over Once enslaved by the vampire queen s malign influence, Dante allies himself with Rouen, a young man of dazzling beauty and great influence who is enad with Dante But they cannot truly be together unless Dante changes Rouen into a vampire, and for Rouen, accepting the dark gift may ultimately cost him his immortal soul Soon the great city of Florence will be taken to account for her sins as the streets are scourged of everything the fanatical preacher Serenola deems unnatural.But many silent, mostly unseen creatures of the night are coming together from the disparate corners of the earth to do battle one last time against Serenola, evil disguised as good What Dante does not realize is that he, above all others, holds the key to not only his own salvation, but the preservation of all of vampire kind and perhaps even the human race.

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    1. Melodramatic vampires and their grand passion in the time of Plague! A good fit for anyone who likes their bloodsuckers in a Louis/Lestat mode, I think, with intense sensuality and overwrought emotions and baroque prose as they tell their stories. Which is not a criticism -- it takes skill to do that kind of florid, heavy-laden voice and not get lost in it, and it works here. And while the author takes some historical liberties, they're deliberate ones explained in a note at the beginning, which [...]


    2. Read for the Q4 quarterly gang bang challenge.I had a hard time with this book. Not the book's fault at all. It just really pushed at my personal comfort level. I won't rate this because I didn't completely finish reading it. I got to the end of chapter 14, then was unable to read on, but was still curious about what'll happen to Dante, Rouen, Valentin and others, so I read backwards: I read chapter 25, then chapter 24, so on until chapter 20. I might read chapters 15 - 19 someday, but not right [...]


    3. Officially abandoning this book at 26%.I'm struggling to stay engaged in the story with all the multiple POVs and the dark nature of both the story and the characters and their relationships.I'm not deleting the book from my Kindle as I may come back to it at some point in the future, it's issues aren't with the quality of the writing, but for now this book is not for me.


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